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Doug Bolger

Chief Product Officer, Founder

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Doug Bolger wants to change the way the world works. As Founder & CPO 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 increase employee happiness

How to Increase Employee Happiness

As a business owner or organization, the more effort you sink into making sure you have a happy team, the more efficient and productive your workplace becomes. However, slight missteps in how team member morale is supported can generate larger problems. Here is a look at how to increase employee happiness with simple strategies that […]

Building a high-trust workplace culture with Learn2

How to Build High-Trust Workplace Culture

In any relationship, trust is like the glue that keeps people woven together. High-trust workplace culture is much the same — trust is the glue that solidifies the relationships between the company and its team members. However, a high-trust organization does not happen by accident. Below is a look at why a high-trust work environment […]

Woman coaching her employee to improve her business writing skills with Learn2

How to Address Issues with Employee Writing Skills

Effective writing in the workplace not only portrays professionalism and competence, but it also demonstrates a level of care that will be noticed by customers and team members. When team members are struggling to clearly convey meaning or producing writing that contains errors, supportive coaching can be a great opportunity for meaningful professional development. With […]