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Life is all about enthusiasm, learning new skills, understanding your value in the working world, reaching out to others, and helping your organization increase their market share, in a way that is meaningful and provides a sense of self-satisfaction and solid results. This is why Pathways & Transitions works with organizations and associations to gain their desired results and to retain those key employees.

There is tremendous potential in everyone – unlocking that potential is the key to achieving extraordinary success.

We can tailor programs to help your business harness energy, help shape corporate culture, retain talent and use humour to integrate learning into your organization and to accomplish strategic objectives.

Helen Lomax VP of Enthusiasm, is a speaker, trainer, facilitator and coach who has worked in the petrochemical industry, finance and service sector, four levels of government and the Not-for-Profit sector with over 25 years of experience. She has delivered workshops and spoken at various conferences across Canada, the United Sates and the Bahamas.

Helen has been a proud member of the Canadian Association of Professional Speakers (CAPS), a founding Chapter President of the Business and Professional Women organization, a member of the American Society of Training and Development, a Chamber member in both Halton Hills and Sarnia/Lambton, on the part-time faculty of McMaster University, has worked with both Queens University and King’s College at Western, a member of the Halton Health Alliance Group and she created and hosted her own TV show – The Workplace Puzzle, which aired for 4 consecutive seasons.

Helen is also a contributing author to the International Best Seller book, “Dreaming Big, Being Bold”, released in 2016. This collection of authors is intended to inspire readers to reach out and follow their dreams and live the life they want to live.

Her accomplishments have been celebrated and she has been the recipient of a “Women of Excellence” award and also an “Inclusivity” award for her work to encourage others in their endeavours.

Client Base

Our clients who benefited from our services:

  • Canadian Nuclear Laboratories
  • VIP Rail
  • Bell Canada
  • Steeves & Rozema
  • Greenfield Global
  • Queens University
  • Sheridan College
  • Cutting Edge Precision Services
  • Canadian Management Centre
  • American Management Association
  • Kraus Carpet Mills
  • Watford Quality Care
  • Willowdale Day Care
  • Goodwill Industries – Essex, Kent, Lambton
  • St. Clair Region Conservation Authority
  • Humber River Regional Hospital
  • Hoffman LaRoche
  • Leamington Health Team
  • King’s College, Western University
  • Lambton College
  • McMaster University
  • Sarnia/Lambton Chamber of Commerce
  • Rotary & Optimists Clubs
  • Worley Parsons
  • Lac Seul First Nations
  • First Nations Kettle Point
  • Curve Lake First Nations
  • Ontario Electric Association
  • North Kent Mutual Insurance
  • S.W. Ontario Tourism
  • Penta
  • Women’s Interval Home
  • Chatham/Kent Health Services
  • Human Resource Professional Association
  • Solareh
  • ActivEars
  • Hardie
  • Fidelity Investments
  • Child Development Resources Connection Peel
  • Sarnia First Nations
  • Ontario Aboriginal Lands Association
  • Muskoka Roastery Coffee Co.
  • Greystone
  • Ontario Dental Association
  • Ontario Parks and Recreation
  • Waterloo Regional Police
  • Endpoint Research
  • Organization for Literacy
  • Mintz & Partners
  • CCAC Burlington
  • Hayter Group

Government Clients:

  • Federal Dept. of Citizenship and Immigration
  • City of Sarnia
  • City of Cambridge
  • City of Kingston
  • Department of Justice
  • City of Burlington
  • Town of Richmond Hill
  • City of Toronto
  • Sarnia/Lambton Economic Partnership
  • Town of Oakville
  • County of Lambton
  • Region of Halton
  • County of Wellington
  • City of Guelph
  • Region of Peel
  • Township of Brooke/Alvinston
  • City of Vaughn
  • Village of Point Edward

Inclusivity Award

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