OUR CORE VALUES
1. Quality First
We take pride in providing high quality services and products which ensures client satisfaction, profitability and future growth.
2. Respect Your Vision
We build upon your mission, vision and values by respecting and staying true to your purpose.
3. Personalize Your Brand
We create, design and build your personal brand. We develop customized tools and processes that is built on a sustainable infrastructure.
4. Leverage Standards
We seek to support you in raising the bar by developing care or service standards that are built on industry evidence and best practices.
5. Practical and Sustainable Change
We focus on expanding the art of possibility for your organization by developing succinct strategic plans.
IN THE MEDIA
Sheryl Bernard still remembers her struggles as a 19-year-old single mom back in the mid-1980s. Financially, she was on her own while attending college full-time to be a lab tech assistant, and commuting by bus to take her son to daycare. She recalls one miserable day that made her rethink her life. She got on the bus “…with this big, clunky stroller…and no one really offered to help me,” she says. “I remember saying to myself: this will not be my life.”
That day was pivotal for Bernard. Later that same week, she applied for a job as a secretary for The Scarborough Hospital (TSH) and was successful. It was there she had her first real encounter with #nursing...
After working in the management and senior leadership of hospitals for more than 20 years, Sheryl Antoinette Bernard recently decided to launch her consulting firm, Bernard Consultancy.
She provides operational reviews, executive coaching, board advancement and policy & procedure development for healthcare organizations, group homes and small businesses in the community.
Bernard is a registered nurse and a certified health executive of the Canadian College of Health Service Leaders (CCHL), with clinical and administrative experience across...
This award recognizes RNs who have made an outstanding contribution to RNAO and to the profession of nursing in Ontario. Winners demonstrate responsibility for professional development and are exemplary role models and mentors to peers. This year, there are two winners in this category.
They don’t call her “the Motivator” for nothing. Sheryl Bernard has a reputation for raising the bar for health care at Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences, where she serves as administrative director. When she arrived at Ontario Shores eight years ago, the role of clinical nurse specialist didn’t exist. As a result of her efforts, there are now eight nurses working in that role, helping to raise the hospital’s standards of practice...
A new culturally appropriate adult day program for seniors with dementia will fill an unmet need in Scarborough, says the Jamaican Canadian Association of Nurses.
Created with a $75,000 Ontario Trillium Foundation seed grant, the program will be run at Malvern’s Taibu Community Health Centre, which has a special mission to serve Greater Toronto’s black community.
A nurse, three personal support workers and a social worker will be hired, Sheryl Bernard, JCAN’s founding president, said last week...