Jocelyne has been called an “architect of success” possessing an “impressive understanding of business.”
In a career that took her from public service to entrepreneur to CEO of a software company while growing her own leadership training company, she found a passion for impactful leadership, employee empowerment, sustainable growth, and business agility.
She has led organizations through crisis and transformation, redesigned recruiting processes, and overhauled business financials leading to profitability and measured growth.
Through her company, Loxentus Inc., she draws from her expertise and insight to teach leaders the skills they need to drive business success by unleashing the real magic of a business focused on both the people AND the profits.
She is also the Chair of the Forbes Business Council's Employee Empowerment group, and Loxentus is proudly certified WBE.
I have found a passion for teaching leaders and entrepreneurs how to build and lead a successful people-centric organization through impactful leadership, targeted recruiting, and employee empowerment leading to retention.BOOK NOW FOR YOUR PODCAST
CEO ORIGIN STORY
I never pursued becoming an executive.
But whatever I do, I give it my all.
And so it’s my skills, my hard work, my deep desire to help and lead others that pulled me into that position.
As a child, I became fascinated by the stock market and law and business, and I’d watch the Nightly Business Report (it pairs well with the Jetsons!).
In an odd way, I’d say it wasn’t until I left my stable, well-paying public service position -- and sold our home and almost all of our possessions -- to go cruising on our sailboat with my husband even though I had been "warned" this would ruin my career that I really started down this path. That led us to the motorhome life and a five-year nomadic adventure. I took positions of convenience, freelanced as a writer.
And I joined a software company as an executive assistant (I was only going to do that part-time while growing my writing business), but then became Director of Accounts and Content, then COO, then CEO because they could use my skills and past experience and I kept offering up my help and advice. I genuinely wanted to make a difference in everyone's lives by ensuring the organization was efficient, growing, and profitable.
The more I became involved, the better I wanted to be and do and I just read and took courses and learned by doing and offered to help with pretty much everything. It was exhausting but seeing my strategies work really fueled me and pushed me to see what else I could do. How much better I could make things.
Here's what others have to say about Jocelyne
Jocelyne was a guest for my “15-Minute RESET” podcast and radio show, and she’s just a really polished entrepreneur, author, and speaker. I found her to be not only delightful, but powerful. I feel she’s fast-tracking toward many great things.
- Lori Carrese, 360 Talk Radio for Women
In the years I’ve collaborated with Jocelyne, especially in her role as an executive, I’ve been impressed by her understanding of business and the successful transformative results she's achieved.
- F. Stephen Fishel, Director of Tax & Advisory Services, SIMA Financial Group, Inc.
Jocelyne Morin-Nurse is fiercely dedicated to creating a workplace environment where employees are engaged, invested, and committed to creating a people-centred approach to collaboration and inclusion at work. If you wanted to have a meaningful and in-depth conversation about people-centric leadership, then Jocelyne Morin-Nurse would be a great and authentic place to start.
- Kevin McShan, Motivational Speaker and Journalist, Let’s Have This Conversation
Thank you, Jocelyne Morin-Nurse! I have learned so much through your guidance. Thank you for seeing my potential and helping me realize it!
- Melissa Todd, Operations Specialist, Corgibytes, LLC.
Collaborating with Jocelyne on creating a powerful training workshop for leaders was a great experience. We've teamed up again since then and are likely to join forces on other special projects in the future.
- Lara Wellman, Founder & CEO, of The Biz Studio
I listened to a podcast episode on leadership that featured Jocelyne. So much of what she said resonated with me. I was nodding along!
- Lee Eisenstaedt, Founder and Group Host at Leading With Courage® Networking
I had a great time interviewing Jocelyne. Definitely looking forward to having her on my podcast again.
- Wil "Wize" Otero, Stuck in My Mind Podcast
- Khudania Ajay, The KAJ Masterclass LIVE
Awesome personality and great conversation.
- Michael "Buzz" Buzinski, You Are Buzzworthy Podcast
I interviewed Jocelyne for my podcast, Leadership Secrets. She was fun and easy to interview, and her leadership journey is so interesting and relatable. It ended up being a great conversation full of high-quality leadership advice.
- Barry Moline, Author, CONNECT! How to Quickly Collaborate for Success in Business and Life
Jocelyne has a fascinating story... Must listen.
- Joe Dimino, Radio and Podcast Host, Famous Interviews with Joe Dimino Series & Neon Jazz
We could talk about
Essential leadership skills to grow a successful people-centric organization
Embracing healthy conflict as a tool for team growth
Becoming a more well-rounded leader by taking a career break — inspired by Jocelyne‘s five-year nomadic journey
Starting with a targeted recruiting process to increase the likelihood of retaining top talent
Finding the right balance between team support and accountability for your organization — from a leader’s perspective
And so much more!
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JOCELYNE MORIN-NURSE, CEO
LOXENTUS INC. (CERTIFIED WBE)
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