What’s Your “Go Word”?

Friday, May 1, 2015

CSIO is undergoing an interior design transformation and we want you to be involved!

We want to know what is your “Go Word”? What words or short phrases pump you up, inspire you to dig deep, and motivate you to achieve your goals?

We will have paper and ballot box located at our reception desk until May 9. Stop by anytime and jot down your “Go Word”.

Have a few suggestions? Not to worry - submit as many words or short phrases as you would like!

If you are unable to submit your “Go Word” in person, please email your submission to Laura Albright, CSIO’s Senior Communications Coordinator at lalbright@csiontario.ca.

What exactly will we be doing with these words? You will have to wait and see!

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