Re/Max NorthWest Realty
We worked with the partners of this great real estate firm to capture the lake country professional vibe that sets them apart in their market. This included interviewing key players and agents to add some sizzle to the content that would work well with the template they had selected to refresh their old, outdated website. Not hard to have fun telling this great story!
Workplace Strategies for Mental Health
Leanne has been part of this award-winning website and project since its inception in 2007. In fact, she pretty much wrote the book on workplace mental health (as you can see in our Books section). She worked long and hard with her client and colleague Mary Ann Baynton, a leader in workplace relations, to bring this project to reality and to continues to collaborate on new website content and resources to ensure the information is relevant, cutting edge and focused on meeting the changing needs of workplaces striving to achieve workplace mental health and the psychological health and safety of all employees.
White Wolf Recovery Coaching
Leanne conducted many interviews with recovery coach Rob Emund to tell his story and ensure accuracy for his evolving recovery coaching practice. The site has changed a fair bit since Leanne first developed web content and a series of blogs relating Rob’s recovery journey but the overall message and tone are still some of Leanne’s work.
Blue Sky Financial Administration
Who would have thought writing about accoutants would be so much fun? The owner and employees of Blue Sky FA are a lively bunch who are passionate about providing value to their clients. Interviews and research were conducted to bring this website, written on behalf of a favourite client, KIK Partners, to life.
Lake of the Woods Arts Community
When Leanne took over as chair of this local arts organization, she didn’t know exactly what she was getting into. But, she prevailed and has since helped develop an up to date website, which she writes the content for, successfully applied for grants, and staged virtual arts programming during the pandemic. While she might complain, the fact is, this is what feeds her soul.