Senior Consultant and Facilitator | Consultante principale et facilitatrice
Consultation, Public & Stakeholder Engagement, Partnerships | Facilitation of Meetings, Events, and Conferences | Organizational Change, Design and Development | Strategic and Operational Planning | Marketing and Communications | Consultation, Mobilisation du public et des intervenants, Partenariats | Changement et développement organisationnels | Facilitation de Réunions, Événements et Conférences | Marketing et Communications
Kathleen Connelly has facilitated change in organizations for over 20 years. She provides management consulting services to federal and provincial governments, the non-profit and private sectors. Ms. Connelly has extensive experience in strategy development, group and conference facilitation, stakeholder consultations/engagements, the design and facilitation of senior management meetings and retreats, governance and change management. She provides training in the areas of leadership, communication, change management, stakeholder consultation and facilitation.
Kathleen is fluently bilingual. She holds a Master of Business Administration Degree (Major in Governance) and an Honours Bachelor of Commerce Degree from the University of Ottawa (Major in Marketing). Kathleen is a Certified Professional Facilitator by the International Association of Facilitators. Kathleen is certified in the Prosci Change Management Methodology (Prosci is a world leader in change management research and training) and has the Professional Certificate in Public Sector and Non-Profit Marketing from the Sprott School of Business, Carleton University.
Kathleen’s strength lies in her ability to support groups in working more cooperatively through complex issues and dynamics toward their goals.
Kathleen Connelly facilite le changement au sein des organisations et des communautés au Canada depuis plus de 20 ans. Elle fournit des services de consultation en gestion au gouvernement fédéral et provincial ainsi qu’à des organismes à buts non lucratifs et à des organisations du secteur privé. Kathleen possède une vaste expérience de la facilitation de réunions et de congrès, de la consultation et de l‘engagement des intervenants, de la gestion du changement, de la conception et de la facilitation de réunions et de retraites de hauts gestionnaires, de la planification de stratégies et de programmes et de la gouvernance. Elle donne de la formation dans les domaines du leadership, de la communication, de la gestion de changement, de la consultation des intervenants et de la facilitation. La force de Kathleen est sa capacité à aider les groupes à travailler en coopération pour résoudre des questions complexes et délicates vers l’atteinte de leurs buts.
Kathleen parle et écrit couramment le français et l’anglais. Elle détient un diplôme de maîtrise en administration des affaires (spécialisation en gouvernance) et un baccalauréat en commerce de l’Université d’Ottawa. Elle est une facilitatrice professionnelle accréditée par la International Association of Facilitators ainsi qu’en gestion du changement – méthode Prosci (meneur mondial en recherche et formation en gestion du changement). Kathleen détient un certificat professionnel de l’Université Carleton Sprott School of Business en marketing pour les secteurs public et à buts non lucratifs.
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