• creative, strategic, analytical,
• flexible, authentic, personable,
• respectful, honest, friendly,
• experienced, professional, fun,
- Operations Manager, Executive Brand Manager, Program Director, Information and Cultural Director
- Radio and Digital Content Programming, Production, and Marketing Management
- Proven ability to efficiently plan and administer Operating/Marketing budgets
- Exceptional leadership, team building, and communication skills
Gord Eno(ɡôːrd;ɛnoʊ)1) an experienced radio programming professional. 2) a digital media communications specialist. 3) a creative problem solver. See also: voice actor, amateur photographer, novice graphic designer
- UBC Certificate in Digital Content and Communications – Graduated 2014
- Extensive media experience
- Client-side video production
- Created over 750 internal newsletters
- Inaugurated and developed a longterm ongoing audience email newsletter program
How I Work
Discussion with stakeholder(s) to learn what they want to do better and identify challenges.
Proposal written and presented.
Thoroughly educate myself on your radio station, organization or company.
Begin project well informed.
Listening and fact finding phase.
Connections begin to emerge between the problem, the causes and potential solutions. Sometimes, only an outsider can see how bits of unrelated, abstract information will unlock the solution to your organization’s puzzles, challenges and frustrations.
A “best solution” decision is made and the plan on how to fix the problem is developed, executed, tracked and completed.
A follow up evaluation of the project and what can be learned to avoid similar problems in the future.
How I Don't Work
I do not practise Seagull consulting. To paraphrase Ken Blanchard in his book Leadership and the One Minute Manager, Seagull consulting (management) flies in, makes a lot of noise, craps on everything and flies out. Fortunately, I do not know any seagull consultants, but it is important to make the distinction between how I work and how consultants are sometimes perceived.
What I Bring
-a creative, collegial, respectful, personable, witty, analytical approach to interacting with people
-the sagacity to sift through complex problems and see solutions
-the experience to bring people with divergent personalities and opinions together to find common ground and align as a creative problem solving team
-an outsider’s objectivity to offer a different perspective to your organization
-commitment to naturally see a way when others are convinced there is no way
-a flair for breaking down technical aspects to an easy to understand concept
-an aptitude to translate technical terminology into simple language
Jim Pattison Broadcast Group – Vancouver 1993-2013
Operations Manager – Program Director (Executive Brand Manager)
South Fraser Broadcasting – Vancouver 1991-1993
Information and Cultural Director
Executive Producer- Spoken Word Programming Content
Moffat Communications – Hamilton 1988-1991
Only Canadian radio station to be awarded Country Music Association (Nashville) Station of the Year Award
BCIT – Chair – Program Advisory Committee -Radio 1993-2013
BCIT – Guest Lecturer – Radio Faculty
Canadian Country Music Association – Board Director 2010-2013
CCMA Discovery Program – 2013 (Inaugural)
Seminars Facilitator – Program Content Coordinator
Certificate in Digital Content and Communications
Performing Arts Experience
Calgary Philharmonic Chorus,
Calgary Opera Chorus,
Te Deum Singers – Hamilton/Toronto