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Neill R. MacMillan

President & Founder Communicare Inc.

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 Neill R. MacMillan is President and Founding Partner of Communicare Inc., a Toronto-based training and consulting company he founded in 1978. Neill has spent over 30 years providing consulting services to clients in business and public sector organizations across Canada. In 2005 he formed a strategic alliance with Lake McLean, aligning his Dimensional Management expertise with Lake McLean’s “Performance Maturity” solutions portfolio.

Since 1978 Communicare, Inc. has been the Canadian affiliate of Psychological Associates, Inc., a U.S.-based consulting firm and developers of The Dimensional® Training System™.  As a member of Dimensional Worldwide™, Communicare works with an international network of affiliated consultants to bring the power and advantage of Dimensional Training to sales and management professionals across Canada.

Over the past three decades Communicare has worked with many of Canada's leading corporations including BMO Financial Group, Scotiabank Group, Nortel Networks, Bayer Canada, CIBC, and Aecon Inc. as well as many public sector organizations at all levels of government.

Neill devotes much of his time helping clients develop strategic workforce capabilities aimed at developing higher productivity through effective interpersonal skills.  His focus is currently on building client capabilities in the areas of leadership, sales effectiveness and high performance teamwork.

Neill is a member of the Metropolitan Toronto Board of Trade, the Mississauga Board of Trade and the Canadian Society for Training and Development.

 

Mike Rowlinson
Facilitator & Dimensional Training Coach

M Rowlinson Mike is an experienced, passionate trainer from the financial field. He began his career with a well-known private bank in London, England. He moved to the trading floor of an American bank as a trading analyst, reporting to senior management in London and New York.

After arriving in Canada in 1992, Mike worked in banking education for seven years, managing course development, operations and sales. There he honed his analytical and interpersonal skills to meet the needs of the Canadian banks.

He moved from the “back office” of training to the front of the class when he joined a large financial planning organization in 1999 to train new and existing financial advisors. While there he was involved in training over a thousand advisors, specializing in sales, practice management and communication.