Françoise Morissette, M.Ed., P.C.C.
Françoise is a major contributor to the field of Organizational Development, with a major emphasis on Leadership. Through a variety of interventions, she helps individuals, organizations and communities enhance their leadership capacity.
Her practice takes her within Canada and internationally. Her areas of expertise include: leadership, talent management, systems transformation, coaching, consulting, and team development. She works both in the private and public sectors. Some of her clients include: Gay Lea Foods, The Co-Operators, The Alberta Government, CBC, Hydro Ottawa, the York Region, Toyota, The Alberta Energy Regulator, to mention a few.
Françoise has been a Faculty Member at Queen’s University’s prestigious Industrial Relations Centre since 1994, and was made a Fellow in 2006. She played a key role in developing and implementing a new Organizational Development curriculum intended for practitioners. She co-leads the Organizational Development Foundations program.
In 2008, Françoise was made a Fellow of the leading edge Wallace McCain Institute at UNB, whose mission is to enhance the leadership capacity of New Brunswick most promising entrepreneurs. Since 2009, she has also been involved with the Alberta School of Business’ Executive Education. Her focus is on leadership development for Government, Health Care and Industry executives.
She is also a much in demand speaker in both official languages, and regularly presents at major conferences, such as the Conference Board of Canada events, especially on leadership and system transformation. Recently, she spoke at the national HRPA and the IPAC (Institute of Public Administration of Canada) Conferences. She frequently presents at academic conferences, such as the recent Laurentian University Leadership Forum,
With HR expert Amal Henein, CHRP, she wrote Made in Canada Leadership. The book is the product of a large research on leadership excellence and development from coast to coast. It has garnered many accolades and become a Canadian success.