Biographie de dan normandeau

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Daniel Normandeau


Daniel Normandeau, Partner, is a fluently bilingual senior management consultant with over 30 years experience in the private and public sectors. He has over 20 yearsexperience in change management, strategic planning, public consultation, organizational development and learning. He holds a Masters of Public Administration from Carleton University, a Diploma inEducation from McGill University and a Bachelor of Science from Concordia University's Loyola College. He also participated in the Career Assignment Program, one of the federal government'smanagement development program during his time with the federal public service from which he left the Executive ranks in 1990.

Mr. Normandeau acquired extensive knowledge related to organizationaldevelopment, change management and culture change through his Master’s program, CAP, and private sector training with specialists and practitioners including Kathie Dannemillar, Peter Block, Margaret Wheatleyand Henry Mintzberg.

Mr. Normandeau provides management consulting, professional and strategic development support to clients at the most senior levels of the federal government, nationalindustry associations including Boards of Directors, and the private sector. He has extensive experience in leading and participating in large public sector organizational change projects and facilitatinglarge and small workshops and conversations related to strategy change and transformation involving both internal and external stakeholders.

He has recent change management experience with theTreasury Board Secretariat, Health Canada’s recent organizational realignment, large organizational changes at Canadian Heritage, Industry Canada, Library and Archives of Canada and the Canada Council forthe Arts. Each one of these projects involved designing and facilitating small and large group workshops (involving up to 1200 people) to engage employees, managers and leaders in shaping their...
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