IN THE SPIRIT OF THE VOYAGEURS ~ THE EARLY ENTREPRENEURS
The Voyageurs were a group of 17th century individuals who carved out a niche in the market and took responsibility for the inherent risks and outcomes. Included in this group were: Alexander MacKenzie, George Simpson and John Jacob Astor. The picture of their Voyageur Freighter Canoe best represents the challenges faced by the Voyageur.
Their success depended on individual initiative, leadership and an understanding of group dynamics. You and your team face modern day challenges not unlike the Voyageurs in that you rely on similar dynamics to bring about the success of your venture or enterprise.
The difference between disaster and success rests on the proficiency of your team and the strength of their skills. A winning team includes those with individual initiative, leadership ability and the understanding of group dynamics. Voyageur One Consultants are available to assist your organization in planning and foresight. We can help you identify unforeseen problems before they arise which otherwise may impede the success of your enterprise.
Is your work environment this refreshing? Imagine that it can be.
Picture the morale of your organization. Is it soaring? It will be.
Images on this page, (top to bottom): "Shooting the Rapids", by Frances Hopkins, Courtesy
of The National Archives of Canada,C-002774, "Refreshing Waterfall"
c.2000,Chris Bacigalupo. "Eagle in Flight",c.1999, Arnold Bacigalupo.