With her 35 years experience in Human Resources Management and Organisational Development, Diane is a consultant, executive coach, trainer, speaker and facilitator known for her highly dynamic and participative style and her systemic approach to change management.

She consults to managers and senior level executives in both the public and the private sectors, in Canada, in the United States, and in Europe on issues related to Leadership Development and Action Learning, Creativity and Creative Problem Solving, Individual and Team Coaching, Change and Transition Management, Conflict Resolution, Team Building, Organisational and Personal Health and Well-being, and Group Facilitation.

Diane has developed a multi-rater assessment the HRCI 360° for Executives which is currently being used in a federal agency.  This feedback tool is the result of several years of research and application in the context of a leadership development program for senior executives in the Federal Public Service.  

Diane is a licensed practitioner of the Kirton Adaption Innovation Inventory (KAI).  She is certified by the Creative Problem Solving Group – Buffalo to administer the Situational Outlook Questionnaire (SOQ) to assess organisational climate for creativity.   Diane is a colleague of the Basadur Applied Creativity and is certified to teach the Basadur Simplexity Thinking Process.

In her consulting work, Diane uses a variety of other paychometric assessments such as the Basadur Profile, the Kolb Learning Style Inventory, the FIRO-B and the Thomas Killman Conflict Style Inventory.

She is a graduate of Ottawa University in Public Administration and of Concordia University with a Master's degree in Human Systems Intervention.  She has trained with the Professional School of Psychology in Executive Coaching. She was on the faculty of l’Université de Sherbrooke for 6 years.  

She is a leader at the European Conference on Creativity – Innovation and Leadership (CREA) held every year in Italy and presented at the International Leadership Association in Boston, the International Creativity Conference in South Africa and most recently at the Talentopolis conference in Mexico.  Diane uses an Appreciative Approach to her interventions with individuals and groups.  

Diane was a founding Board member of Créa-Québec, a not-for-profit organization, dedicated to the promotion of creativity.

Diane also served for 10 years as President of the Board of a condominium Association.

She is fluent in both French and English.

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