Lynne Dupuis coaches people and organizations towards sustainable change by offering guidance and tools to identify goals, develop processes and find solutions.
Her talk topics: Sustainable Change, Time Management, Good Governance, Social Media Content and Cultural Services. She also offers a talk on her worldwide online movement that encourages daily mindfulness: search for the #OasisChallenge2019.
Lynne tackles a project on both the theoretical and practical sides. Over the last 20 years she has become a trusted expert in the field of strategic and governance planning, evaluation procedures, data collection and project management.
Lynne is community minded. She is the current Chair of the Centre de santé communautaire du Grand Sudbury and is a past member of the board for Family Service Ontario (Toronto) and the Sudbury Counselling. She has extensive knowledge in developing governance policies and procedures, strategic directions and refocusing on ‘the bigger picture’.
Lynne shares her knowledge and learns from collaboration. She has developed and taught courses such as Pratiques basées sur les données probantes (Evidence Based Practices) at Collège Boréal and Gestion d’évènements (event management) at Université de Sudbury. This work helped sharpen her tools in project management, research methods, evaluation and data collection.
Lynne holds a Master’s degree and 2 years of an Applied Sociology PhD.