Jim LeBlanc has more than thirty years of international experience advising and counseling the leadership of private companies, NGOs and governments often operating in conflict and post conflict areas of the world. Today he provides highly personal and focused strategic advice to a select group of CEOs involved in national security, counterterrorism and international development.

“One of the required skills of a CEO, be it of a large or small company, is to recognize when to call upon the strategic advice of a trusted counsellor. Jim LeBlanc has helped us grow our business by being that independent advisor; bringing gravitas and international experience in government and the private sector whilst being grounded in today’s reality.”

-Jonathan Marks, founder & CEO, Candy Group

Jim LeBlanc here with the CEO of The Navanti Group
at the 2016 Aspen Security Forum, Aspen Institute.

Insights & Perspectives

Paying a Price for Their Actions?

November 10th, 2017|0 Comments

  • Duty of Care

Duty of Care for NGOs

September 26th, 2017|0 Comments

Canadian Secretary of State Barbara McDougall, Mekon River, Cambodia, 1992

Me & My ‘Boys’, Victory Arch’s Cross Swords, Baghdad, 2004

Kuwait, 2008

National Palace of Haiti after 2010 Earthquake

Primary School Solar Lighting Project, Chumvi Kenya, 2012

Neighborhood Travel Club Briefing on Security and Risk in Turkey, 2017