Why CAPS?

Today, access to the very best knowledge is critical to success. If you’re a corporation, organization or association searching for competitive edge, look no further.

CAPS members are experts who speak. They provide in-depth information and highly focused content targeted to specific needs, delivered in a compelling manner.

We are the premier speakers in Canada: keynote speakers, facilitators, coaches, and trainers. Many are internationally renowned, and have been certified as Certified Speaking Professionals (CSP) by the National Speakers Association, the world’s largest and most respected association of professional speakers.

From inspirational to highly practical to business and leadership – count on CAPS members to provide the highest value – the edge you need to succeed and the depth of knowledge to give you a winning advantage in business or a whole new “take” on life.

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Pause Gem #32 – You Can Laugh It Off To Lighten Up

July 30, 2014 - Patricia Katz

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Your Fifth Pauseworks Postcard Pick Of The Week

July 30, 2014 - Patricia Katz

Here it is! The fifth of nine chances in the 2014 ‘Summer Sketchbook Special’ to own a piece of original art at a sizzling price of just $49 (plus applicable taxes and $10 for shipping). Backroads Of Vermont is number five in the series of Pauseworks Postcards.

Is what you focus on helping or hurting your communications?

July 29, 2014 - Marion Grobb Finkelstein

During my live workshops, I often give exercises and demonstrations illustrating how what you focus on makes a difference. You can miss great things in life when you're not looking for them. In other words, if you're focusing on thought A, you won't see thought B -- literall…
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