Harry French Bs.F, M.Sc., M.A. 

Key attributes that clients say describe Harry:

  1. Harry has senior operational experience in the planning, development and implementation of organizational development and management initiatives in a diversity of environments including the public, private and not-for-profit sectors.

  2. A thought leader with extensive experience in the project leadership of complex initiatives employing strong human relations skills and techniques, supported by more than 15 years in an executive capacity. A recognized national expert in the organizational development and change management fields.

  3. Harry employs a wide range of organizational intervention skills and a demonstrated ability to design and to deliver customized programs in the field of coaching for organizational transformation, high-performance management and public policy development.

  4. Within the healthcare environment, Harry has applied the principles of interdisciplinary collaboration to assist healthcare teams and healthcare leaders with a focus on building a more collaborative work place in order to improve productivity and contain costs by identifying and solving practical work place situations.

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Charlotte Kirby B.A Law and Sociology (Associate)

Key accomplishments and attributes that describe Charlotte:

  1. Charlotte is a dedicated, results-focused leader with over 12 years experience in stakeholder and community engagement, coaching and training. 

  2. As Director, Medical Administration Markham Stouffville Hospital, Charlotte provided support to all Chiefs for physician recruitment & retention of specialty, family medicine and chief positions and was instrumental in spearheading successful physician engagement strategies as well as developing a new physician impact analysis process collaborating with all departments in the hospital.        

  3. Charlotte served as the Primary Advisor in York Region and South Simcoe County for HealthForceOntario’s health human resources programs and services. Health care stakeholders included hospitals, physicians, primary care and specialty clinics, mayors and council members, recruitment committees, academic health centres and teaching sites.

  4. As a valued and trusted resource for LHIN staff, Charlotte functioned as a member of a provincially distributed workforce. Her role focussed on, with the Central Local Health Integration Network, fostering collaboration and coordination of regional health services and programs. 

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