Please contact Jim at (416) 694-6101 x 116 or by email at email@example.com
Jim McKibbin is a senior consultant at Brown Consulting Group with extensive experience focusing in the areas of communications, management, labour relations, media and public relations, and sales and marketing.
Jim provides consulting, facilitation, training and management coaching to clients. In addition, Jim also handles the majority of our senior search assignments. His solid understanding of business, in both union and non-union environments, is invaluable in helping clients to identify issues, respond to challenges and develop results-oriented solutions.
Jim also develops and delivers a number of specialized seminars and workshops in the areas of management, leadership, communications, negotiations, sales, and conflict resolution techniques.
As a frequent speaker on leadership, diversity, management communications, demographics and social values, Jim has made keynote presentations to numerous organizations in the public, private and non-profit sectors including: Broadcast Research Council, the CBC, Canadian Chamber of Commerce, Canadian Database and Marketing Association, Metro Toronto Convention and Visitors Association, Ontario Federal Council of Government Departments, the Ontario Multifaith Council and the Radio and Television News Directors Association.
Prior to joining Brown Consulting Group, Jim was Communications Manager for Statistics Canada’s Central Region for both the 2001 and 2006 Census. During his tenure at the agency he created the ethno-cultural communications program. He also inaugurated the agency’s Account Executive marketing program and produced the annual Perspectives on Canada Conference on social trends. Jim was also Director of the Toronto Learning Annex; Secretary of the Industrial Market Research Association of Canada; and for five years, was Chair of the Provincial Soft Drink Workers’ Union. He is a Certified Sales Professional (CSP) and a member of the Canadian Professional Sales Association. Jim also serves on a number of not- for-profit boards and commissions and is currently president-elect of AOTS, the men’s organization of the United Church of Canada.