Exploring motivations. Identifying key strengths. Unlocking career and performance potential. Luanne is a seasoned, trusted HR professional driven by results and focused on the growth and success of her clients.
With over twenty-five years of progressive Human Resources and independent consulting experience, Luanne has honed a style of mentorship that accelerates the careers of high-potential employees. She guides the development of a strong sense of self-awareness in the areas of leadership, work performance and communication, helping employees maximize their personal and professional impact. Individuals and their employers gain insights and continuous improvement strategies on their approach to teamwork, creativity, problem solving and conflict resolution.
Luanne presents a varied background across multiple work structures, cultures and industries including technology, manufacturing, staffing services and healthcare. From a tech start-up through to a Fortune 100 software developer, she has held responsibility for strategic HR initiatives, innovative policy and program development, talent acquisition and retention, while providing coaching to executives, managers and employees. Her clients benefit from a wealth of experience in leading change management activities including directing and successfully executing an acquisition to new ownership ensuring HR due diligence, consistency and seamless transition.
PROFESSIONAL EXPERTISE AND SERVICES
- Career Transition Consulting
- Executive Search
- Talent Acquisition & Retention
- Career and High-Performance Coaching
- Training & Development
- Change Management
- HR Strategy and Policy Development
- HRIS Consulting & Implementation
EDUCATION & CERTIFICATIONS
Honours BA, Communication Studies, University of Windsor, 1991
Associate Certified Coach accreditation, International Coach Federation, 2021
Certificate in Adult Education, Staff Training and Development, Seneca College, 1997
Myers Briggs Type Indicator, Type Resources/Career LifeSkills Resources Inc., 2000
Human Resources Program, Queen’s University School of Business, Kingston, 2003
The Coaches Training Institute (CTI), Co-Active Coaching Model, 2018