Dovico Appoints Shelley Butler as Chief Executive Officer

MONCTON, NB. March 26, 2020 – Dovico Software, Inc. has announced that the company’s Board of Directors has appointed Shelley Butler as President and Chief Executive Officer. She will assume day-to-day leadership of the company.  Butler has served as Dovico’s Sales & Marketing Director and Chief Operating Officer since she joined the Company in September 2001. Yves Doucet, Dovico’s co-founder, has stepped down from his role as President and Chief Executive Officer and will continue…

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Employee Spotlight: Who’s Shelley Butler?

Who’s Shelley Butler? In every great organization, there’s a powershifter—someone whose purpose is to transfer power from one person to another. Shelley is Dovico’s powershifter. But instead of taking power from one person and moving it to another, Shelley helps everyone she meets to see the power they have within, and she does it with nothing more than love, dignity and respect. #LoveWins What does Shelley do at Dovico? By title, Shelley is our newly…

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Employee Spotlight: Who’s Felicia Flewelling?

A first impression is a mental image you form of someone you encounter for the first time. You create first impressions fast. Science says it takes only 1/10th of a second to create one. The accuracy of the impression depends on the genuineness of the person you meet. If it’s accurate, you’ll produce confidence in the mental image and, thus, trust in that person. Felicia Flewelling creates the best first impressions; she is genuine. She…

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Employee Spotlight: Who’s Trent Gallant?

Who’s Trent Gallant? Friendship is what social life is all about. It blooms from the bud of two people coming together through a common bond. Both people can change, but friendship only lasts if that common bond stays the same. Sometimes that bond can be made up of the friendship itself, and if that’s the case, it will last a lifetime. Without friendship, life is unbearable. We all need a little help from one another,…

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Employee Spotlight: Who’s Dominique Bourgoin?

Who’s Dominique Bourgoin? Every team needs energy players. Those who carry their weight on the field, but also add an element of surprise and excitement off the field. When times are down, energy players rise and take the lead. When times are up, energy players maintain the momentum. Dominique is Dovico’s top energy player. As Dovico’s user-experience and interface designer, Dominique is one of the few people that I know who are genuinely made for…

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Walking the Camino de Santiago: Wendy’s Courage Story

Imagine going on a trip, solo, to a foreign country, then hiking 110 kilometres (68 miles) over six days, sometimes in the middle of nowhere with strangers from all over the world. Our very courageous Wendy Leblanc did just that! Wendy is Dovico’s international product and implementation specialist, who you most likely have come into contact with if you did any timesheet business with us outside of North America. Where did Wendy go? Wendy took…

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Engage Employees Faster by Removing the Barriers to Courage

Have you put yourself in the shoes of your most disengaged employees? If you did, you would likely see that they’re not challenging themselves at a personal level. What are the barriers that are preventing them from being their best, most courageous selves? Offering a company benefit that removes barriers to courage could be the key to re-engaging employees. If you had no barriers holding you back from doing something you’ve always wanted to do,…

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How to Create Amazing Company Culture by Watching Ants

Ants are fascinating creatures. What I’m about to propose may make you itch and squirm a little in your chair, but I hope it’s because you are itching and squirming your way to make a change in your company culture! I’m sorry in advance if this blog post makes you feel uncomfortable, but here is what ants teach us about amazing company culture. According to a recent report, 1 in 3 (28%) of executives report…

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Organizational Psychology 101: The 6 Traits of Dynamic Company Culture

Your job is more than just a place to make money. You put time into your work, hoping that at some time, your efforts will make a meaningful impact. To make time at work meaningful, your community at work has to feel right. Organizational psychology has to be a priority and a commitment to the six traits of dynamic company culture. Key takeaways: 71% of employees are not engaged in their work. Bad company culture…

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7 Lessons You Can Use to Grow a Business That Lasts

In today’s lightning-fast consumer-driven economy, organizational loyalty often takes a back seat to bigger paycheques and higher profits. Companies rise and fall; startups are sold. The average lifespan of an S&P Company used to be 60 years in the 1950s, now, it’s down to 20. CEO’s of startups are planning their exits before they even enter the front door. That’s not you; a quick exit doesn’t interest you. Your goal is to grow a business…

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