Meet Catherine Angus of Catherine Angus Consulting Inc.!

Catherine Angus Consulting Inc. is an independent management consulting firm practicing professional management consulting under Western Management Consultants.

At VR, we are so fortunate to have amazing clients and love getting to know them better. We feel so honoured to have long lasting relationships with our clients and thought it would be great for our other clients to learn more about them. Catherine has been a part of the VR team since before the 2000’s!

We wanted to share her brief Q&A so you could get to know her better:

1. How did you meet Kevin/Jodi?

“I was introduced to Kevin by a colleague of mine in 1999. Have been fortunate to have had an ongoing great working relationship with Vertefeuille Rempel since then”.

This is fantastic! We are the fortunate ones.

2. What is an example of work that you do or service that you provide?

“Western Management Consultants is in the business of management consulting – and I know what you are thinking, “what the heck is that… are you un-employed?” In typical consultant-speak… ‘management consulting’ really doesn’t mean that much. So, I try to describe it as helping organizations solve business problems. Our work spans strategy, leadership and transformation across a really diverse set of organizations”.

3. What is your favorite part about your work OR what is your most memorable moment related to your work?

“I have a really eclectic, inspiring and committed group of colleagues – who could ask for anything more?”.

4. What advice would you give your younger self about venturing into this field?

“I think like any professional services organization, you need to be focused on the needs of your client FIRST, and a close SECOND is to be that someone that people like to be around”.

We couldn’t agree with you more Catherine!

5. Are you a movie/tv watcher, book reader or podcast listener? What is your top recommendation from one of these categories and why?

“I’m a fan of Canadian Literature, so for a novel that brings a light tone to a dark topic, check out Amphibian by Carla Gunn. (Shortlisted for the Commonwealth Writers’ Prize for Best First Book Canada and Caribbean region). For non-fiction, anyone who calls the Rocky Mountains home must flip through Chic Scott’s Pushing The Limits: The Story of Canadian Mountaineering. This captures Canada’s 200-year mountaineering history, showcasing the extremely impressive and mostly overlooked achievements of Canadian climbers.
(Recipient of the Banff Mountain Book Festival’s Canadian Rockies Award).”

Thanks for the recommendation!  As a reader myself I am definitely going to check this out.

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