Jared Kligerman

Jared Kligerman
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JARED is VP Business Development at Witz Education. Coming from a rich academic background, with degrees in biology and neuropsychology along with an MBA, he is heavily involved in the development of Witz Education’s programs and presentations. Along with finding the latest research, Jared is also a keynote speaker and facilitator having delivered sessions to organizations across North America including the Canadian Franchise Association, St. John Ambulance, and US Federal Government. Rounding out his skill set, he is an MBTI and MRPI practitioner. Jared’s passion for helping others is not limited to the classroom. In 2014 he joined the Board of Directors at Madison Community Services and is now chair of the fundraising committee and Secretary of the board. He is also on the committee for the Young Professionals Network at the Toronto Region Board of Trade.
WHY SHOULD YOU CARE about emotional intelligence and developing relationships? Regardless of industry or company size, effective communication is the root to success. It is crucial to know how to construct what to say to shape and influence focused outcomes....
by Jared Kligerman, Featured Contributor THE HARDEST PART of business is finding new clients. Most of us start out by asking our friends and family. The frequency of inbound calls is influenced by a number of factors and may go...
by Jared Kligerman, Featured Contributor THE HARDEST PART of business is finding new clients. Most of us start out by asking our friends and family. The frequency of inbound calls is influenced by a number of factors and may...
SLEEP. As our lives become busier and time more valuable, many of us forfeit sleep in favour of watching one more episode of our favourite show or completing another blog post. The 8-hour workday, a concept started during the...
by Jared Kligerman, Featured Contributor THERE ARE A NUMBER of differences between the generations in terms of motivation and expectations of the workplace. Tied to these differences is one that many overlook: learning style. Informal or transformational learning has been...
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