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What We Have Been Working On:

  • Helping a large downtown hospital drive alignment, innovation and strategy through all of its programs, units and departments
  • Supporting a large acute care hospital to create a culture of service excellence
  • Helping leaders from a Canadian rehabilitation hospital export their knowledge and expertise to health centres in the Middle East
  • Working with leaders across the Death Investigation System in 5 provinces to bring the opportunity of organ and tissue donation to more families
  • Supporting a Nursing School to plan their future
  • Helping key players in the justice system to advance victims' rights
  • Continuing to advance stroke care in the Toronto area
  • Planning a National Education Forum for the future of Nursing Education
  • Leadership Development for Academic Leaders
  • Supporting a large academic medical department to create a comprehensive strategy to best utilize resources and achieve excellence in education, research and patient care across all of its specialties and multiple hospital sites
  • Helping ensure victims of crime in Ontario have a robust voice
  • Helping to build a program to help families navigate the mental health system
  • Building a strategy for community impact for an academic family health team
  • Helping nursing and allied health professionals in a large downtown hospital to enhance their contributions in research and education


The Potential Group is proud of our Social Accountability – we proudly support Nikibasika, the Triadventure and the East Scarborough Boys and Girls Club.

Nikibasika and the Triadventure:

Danny has been involved with Nikibasika since 2006, when he was the first of the current team to visit, fall in love with the kids and see the potential in the project.  He is one of the Co-Directors of the Canadian board and the founder of the TriAdventure, a 3 day event that raises most of the annual budget for Nikibasika. Along with participating in the event and building the Triadventure community, he continues to raise significant funds and provide strategic and business insight to the project.

Cate has been involved with Nikibasika since 2006, and is one of the volunteer Co-Directors. She is one of the core drivers of the mission of the project, and oversees the day to day operations of the Canadian charity and the project on the ground in Uganda.

Leslie is pleased to be a part of the Nikibasika Development Program and has been involved since 2006. Leslie was part of the team that created the inaugural TriAdventure in 2005 which is now the main source of funding to Nikibasika.