Neville Joffe created the AME Learning System after spending more than 25 years in the manufacturing and distribution industry. His maverick style of leadership embraced numerous philosophies such as Quality Circle, the Theory of Constraints, “Just In Time” inventory systems and many more. These processes were adopted to find new and innovative ways to continually improve productivity and profitability.

Eventually Neville discovered that the one key factor that made all these philosophies effective was to ensure that everyone understood the financial impact of their decisions.

This newly acquired financial knowledge opened a world of opportunity for both the employees’ personal growth in the company and the profitability of the organization.

His patented process and workshop format is a winner of several awards including:

The CSTD “Otter Award” for The Best Training Product in the Canada
The Ontario Chamber of Commerce Business Achievement Award
Finalist of the CODIE award for the Best Postsecondary Instructional Solution in North America
Finalist in the Deloitte Fast 50 Companies

Neville has trained internationally with many of the world’s leading companies including Hallmark Cards, Campbell’s Soup, Canadian Tire, Toyota, Mac’s Convenience Stores, Alliance Atlantis, Molson, Constellation Brands, Hydro One, various government sectors, and non-profit organizations.

He has been featured in various news publications and several industry-specific newspapers and is a sought after speaker. He has written and published many textbooks that accompany the AME™ teaching method for use in universities, community colleges, high schools and pre Executive Education programs including Harvard Business School.

His training peers have called him a “trainer’s trainer”. He is a motivating, passionate, humorous, engaging and compelling educator that will open your mind and bring a new perspective to you and your team on the topic of business acumen and financial literacy.

Read the Financial Post article Entrepreneurs aren’t the only business leaders who don’t understand finance featuring Neville Joffe.