Doug Bolger
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Doug Bolger

Founder and CEO

doug@learn2.com

Doug Bolger wants to change the way the world works. As Founder & CEO of Learn2, Doug believes that every team can achieve inspired results by unlearning, optimizing and creating best practices. At the heart of his award-winning approach to facilitation and design lies Doug’s commitment to participant-centered and experiential Live Sessions. Teams transform and bottom lines grow when leaders and teams get committed to “doing differently”. This results-driven approach to learning has benefited clients such as Amex, J&J, JPMorgan Chase, Microsoft and the Canadian Olympic Team. His business acumen, sizzling insights and creative approach earned the Learn2 team over a dozen industry awards and recognition. Doug’s conviction that anything is possible releases the power and energy inside participants and inspires them to lead differently.

Languages: English, French, Spanish

 

Recent Posts by Doug Bolger

How to develop leadership skills in your employees from Learn2

HOW TO DEVELOP LEADERSHIP SKILLS IN YOUR EMPLOYEES

How to Develop Leadership Skills in your Employees You want your employees to develop leadership skills to achieve your business results. You know that most leaders and employees do not have individual development plans, but you want them to be constantly developing...

Learn2 Lead Podcast with Lori Marshall

LEARN2 LEAD – LEARN2 LEAD – LORI MARSHALL – PRESIDENT AND CEO OF CHATHAM-KENT HEALTH ALLIANCE

https://youtu.be/tXIPCI6h3VU How has COVID-19 impacted Chatham-Kent Health Alliance and what helped them prepare? Podcast: Transcipt: Doug Bolger 0:04So Laurie, you've been through our Learn2 Save the Titanic program. How has it prepared you for the Covid-19...

Tips for increasing collaboration between meeting vendors and suppliers at Learn2

4 TIPS FOR INCREASING COLLABORATION BETWEEN MEETING VENDORS & SUPPLIERS

Here are 4 tips to improve collaboration: 1. Introducing a needs impact identifier to understand the desired outcome for the event – move beyond the focus on budget and timing. Break down exactly what it is you need and communicate it clearly to your vendor. Most...