Come visit Toronto’s best B2B BNI!
We meet every Thursday from 7 to 8:30 am at the Toronto Lawn Tennis Club, 44 Price Street, just off Yonge, between the Summerhill and Rosedale subway stations.
Our aim is to help each other find new, high-quality clients. This year we exceeded our goal of referring $1.5 million in business to each other.
Here’s what visitors say about our meetings:
“I really like the structured agenda...”
“There’s a wonderful spirit of fun at these meetings...”
“The money you generate for members is impressive...”
“Very professional group...”
Referral marketing is powerful and proven
There is no more effective way to grow your business than word-of-mouth. Our BNI Business Connections One chapter helps you harnesses the power of word of mouth marketing.
See how our network and energy can help you grow your business.
Come visit one of our weekly meetings.
Entrepreneurs? Clients? Executives?
You never know who you'll meet at Business Connections One. That’s because we attract some of Toronto’s top professionals.
But we can tell you this: You'll laugh. You'll learn. And you'll be inspired to get out there and make a difference in your company — and your community.
WHO: Dynamic, diverse professionals
WHAT: The Business Connections One chapter of BNI
WHEN: Every Thursday at 7:00 am
WHERE: Toronto Lawn Tennis Club, 44 Price Street, Toronto, ON, M4W 1Z1. East off Yonge Street, between Rosedale and Summerhill subway stations. Last building on the left at the end of the street, follow signs to entrance. Meter parking in the area. Five minute walk from Summerhill subway station.
WHY: To learn, have fun and build business.
We want you!
Here are some of our most sought after category openings:
I have seen first-hand the harm that can be caused by conflict in organizations. Valued employees leave. Stress levels go through the roof. Decisions don’t get made. Important tasks don’t get done. A feeling of helplessness prevails.
Mediation offers an affordable and collaborative process to resolve harmful conflict and preserve relationships. I help my clients create stronger organizations where employees can focus on their work in an atmosphere of cooperation and mutual respect.
Not all conflict is bad. In fact, constructive and respectful disagreements about things that matter can be a sign of a very healthy organization. Whether it’s a team or a board, I help members trust one another enough to make conflict natural and productive.
I hold Advanced Certificates in Alternative Dispute Resolution and in Family Mediation, and a Ph.D. in Philosophy from York University in Toronto. I have earned the designation “Chartered Mediator” from the Alternative Dispute Resolution Institute of Canada. This is Canada’s most senior official designation for mediators, with extensive training and experience requirements.
I work with individuals and with large and small organizations. One thing never changes, client names and identifying details are strictly confidential.