About FOUG

Your organization operates in an increasingly complex environment where the pace can sometimes be frantic, so Jacinthe has joined forces with a network of experienced partners, to work in teams when needed.

The heart and soul of FOUG is Jacinthe Bergevin, Organizational Development Consultant.

Jacinthe Bergevin, MSOD

From the community sector to the upper reaches of the corporate world, Jacinthe boasts rich and unique experience, fueled by her passion for people and organizations. She learned the meaning of community, generosity and integrity at her first job as leadership trainer at the Fédération des élèves du secondaire franco-ontarien [Federation of Franco-Ontarian High School Students].

A life-long learner, Jacinthe is constantly seeking ways to improve and finds great satisfaction in crafting the optimal approach in a given situation.

Jacinthe knows how to go to the heart of things and simplify complex matters.

She draws on her creativity and diligence to propose innovative avenues that are adapted to her clients’ needs.

Professional Background

Jacinthe Bergevin brings more than 30 years of experience serving organizations from the private and public sectors as well as from the non-profit sector across Canada. She has taken part in large project teams where she was responsible for the implementation of change strategies. Her former employers include companies such as Deloitte & Touche and Domtar.

Certifications

Jacinthe is certified to use the following tools:

  • FIRO-B® / FIRO-B Business®
  • Effective Leadership Indicators (ELI)® – Niagara Institute
  • Change Style Indicator (CSI) – Discovery Learning
  • Leadership Values Assessment (LVA) – Barrett Values Centre
  • MBTI®
  • Cultural Transformation Tools® (CTT ) – Barrett Values Centre
  • The Coaching Clinic – Corporate Coach U
  • Thomas-Kilmann®
  • WorkPlace Big Five®

Professional associations

Jacinthe is a member of the following professional associations:

  • Appreciative Inquiry International Community (since 2001)
  • Communauté de pratique – Enquête appréciative – co-founder (since 2012)
  • Centre d’excellence en gestion du changement (since 2011)
  • Niagara Institute (1989–2015)
  • Réseau des conseillers en management du Québec (since 2010)
  • Organization Development Network of Ottawa-Outaouais (ODNOO) (since 1994)
  • Réseau DOD Québec (since 2009)
  • MSOD Pepperdine Alumni Network (since 1987)

Jacinthe is certified to use the following tools:

  • FIRO-B® / FIRO-B Business®
  • Effective Leadership Indicators (ELI)® – Niagara Institute
  • Change Style Indicator (CSI) – Discovery Learning
  • Leadership Values Assessment (LVA) – Barrett Values Centre
  • MBTI®
  • Cultural Transformation Tools® (CTT ) – Barrett Values Centre
  • The Coaching Clinic – Corporate Coach U
  • Thomas-Kilmann®
  • WorkPlace Big Five®

Jacinthe is a member of the following professional associations:

  • Appreciative Inquiry International Community (since 2001)
  • Communauté de pratique – Enquête appréciative – co-founder (since 2012)
  • Centre d’excellence en gestion du changement (since 2011)
  • Niagara Institute (1989–2015)
  • Réseau des conseillers en management du Québec (since 2010)
  • Organization Development Network of Ottawa-Outaouais (ODNOO) (since 1994)
  • Réseau DOD Québec (since 2009)
  • MSOD Pepperdine Alumni Network (since 1987)

Training

Jacinthe Bergevin holds a Master of Science in Organization Development (MSOD) from the Pepperdine University School of Business and Management in California, and a Bachelor of Social Sciences from the University of Ottawa (honours in recreology, minor in psychology).

In addition to her academic training, Jacinthe prioritizes continuing education, which is at the heart of her professional approach. Her openness and curiosity have taken her all over the world, both for fun and for training. This brought her to develop an international perspective of management and organizational development.

Here’s an overview of the workshops and conferences she has attended and places traveled in her pursuit of knowledge.

formations FOUG Exploring trips

formations FOUG Trainings

  • Conférence C2-Montréal, Commerce et créativité,
    Montréal, May 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013 et 2012
  • La gestion du changement en contexte de transformation des lieux de travail : Le cas Deloitte
    Montréal, April 2018
    ACMP Québec
  • Reinventing Organizations avec Frédérick Laloux
    Live streaming from Brusells, April 2018
  • Strength-based LEAN Six-Sigma
    David Shaked,
    Montréal, March 2018
  • Les tablettistes 2018
    Groupe media TFO, Ottawa
    March 2018
  • Playing to Win
    Jennifer Riel, Rotman Executive Program,
    University of Toronto, February 2018
  • La compassion dans l’action
    Matthieu Ricard et Rémi Tremblay
    Montréal, October 2017
  • Reinventing Organizations avec Frédérick Laloux
    Congrès des CRHA
    Montréal, Fall 2017
  • The Fifth World Congress on Positive Psychology
    International Positive Psychology Association
    Montréal, July 2017
  • Colloque francophone sur la psychologie positive
    Montréal, July 2017
  • The New Change Equation
    The ten most powerful change management techniques

    7-weeks webinar course with David Cooperrider
    Weatherhead School of Management
    Case Western Reserve University, January- March 2017
  • Les tablettistes 2017
    Conférence on the Future of Digital Learning

    Groupe media TFO, Ottawa,
    January 2016 (1 day)
  • Kaospilot Education Masterclass
    The Art and Craft of facilitating Learning Spaces – learning experience, strategy and design

    Montréal, Québec
    December 2016 (3 days)
  • Zappos Tour Experience
    Tour of new corporate headquarters to learn about the Zappos Service culture.
    October 2016
    Las Vegas, Nevada
  • Barrett Value Center International Conference
    Toronto, Ontario
    September 2016 (3 days)
  • Leadership, La maison des leaders
    August 2016 (4 days)
  • Training in Leadership with Meg Wheatley et al.
    Warriors for the Human Spirit, Utah,
    October 2015, May 2016, October 2016
  • Change Management 2016: 3D Change—Digital, Disruptive
    Conference Board of Canada, Toronto,
    May 2016 
  • Vision 2020 – Rêver au futur de la psychologie positive au Québec
    Montréal,
    April 2016 
  • The Ambush of Hope
    Montréal, Meg Wheatley,
    June 2015
  • MSOD Pepperdine Alumni Conferences,
    Monterey, California,
    May 2015, May 2011, July 1999 and 1995
  • Third Global Forum for Business as an Agent of World Benefit
    Cleveland, OH. Weatherhead School of Management.
    October 2014
  • The Design of Flourishing Enterprises: A Visual Studio Approach
    Stephen Davies and Anthony Upwards, Cleveland, OH.,
    October 2014
  • Symposium Project Management Institute,
    Québec 
    Montréal,
    October 2014
  • Socio Technical Roundtable,
    Conférence internationale,
    September 2014
  • Data-Driven Storytelling
    Webinaire de Theresa M. Welbourne, PhD
    University of Southern California,
    June 2014
  • Les bases du dialogue authentique
    Spiralis
    March 2014
  • Conception innovante
    Mines Paris Tech, Mosaic HEC. Montréal,
    May 2013
  • Apprivoiser les forces du stress,
    Dr Serge Marquis Montréal,
    February 2013
  • Art of Hosting, L’art d’agir ensemble
    Toke Moeller, Tuesday Ryan-Hart, Chris Corrigan, Montréal,
    January 2013
  • 2012 World Appreciative Inquiry Conference, Ghent,
    Belgique,
    April 2012
  • Appreciative Inquiry
    David Cooperrider, Ghent, Belgique
    April 2012
  • Leadership et discernement,
    Rémi Tremblay, La Maison des leaders, Québec,
    October 2011
  • OD as Citizen,
    Pepperdine Alumni OD Network Conference, Cincinnati, USA,
    May 2011
  • Théorie U
    Mario Cayer et Rémi Tremblay, Québec,
    2010
  • Conference on New Trends in OD,
    American  Universit y/ NTL, Washingtion,USA,
    March 2010
  • International Coaching Federation  Annual Conference,
    Fort Lauderdale, Florida,
    December 2010
  • International Coaching Federation  Annual Conference,
    Montréal, Québec
    November 2009
  • Certification:  Cultural Transformation Tool (CTT) PART 2: Building a Values-Driven Organization, Barrett Values Center
    Montréal,
    September 9 to 11, 2009
  • Cultural Transformation Tool (CTT )- Part 1, Models and Tools TrainingBarrett Values Center,
    Montréal,
    February 2009
  • Women’s Leadership, Margaret Wheatley,
    Montréal,
    April 2007
  • Emotional IntelligenceDaniel Goleman
    Video Conference Workshop in Montréal,
    May 2005
  • Leadership  in Turbulent Times,
    Margaret Wheatley and Peter Block, Ottawa OD Network,
    February 2005
  • Leadership Journey to South Africa and Zimbabwe,
    Berkana Exchange, Berkana Institute,
    October 30 to November 14, 2004
  • International Conference on Appreciative Inquiry,
    Miami,
    September 2004
  • Whole Scale Coaching,
    Sylvia James and Steve Cady, Cape Cod Institute,
    July 2004
  • Leadership in Turbulent Times,
    Margaret Wheatley, Cape Cod Institute,
    July 2004
  • Using the Viable System Model for Redesign Efforts,
    Jean Fuller, Montréal,
    February 2004
  • MBTI® Qualifying Program, Qualifying.org,
    Greensboro, North Carolina,
    November 2003
  • Nouvelles tendances dans les technologies de l’information,
    Technologia , Montréal,
    November 2003
  • Creating a Culture of Accountability,
    Peter Block Ottawa,
    October 2003
  • Spiral Dynamics Integral, Level One,
    Dr. Don Beck, Ottawa,
    October 2003
  • OD Network Conference,
    Montréal,
    October 2002
  • Certification to Deliver Leadership Development
    Program Follow-On Coaching,
    The Niagara Institute and Centre for Creative Leadership,
    2002
  • Appreciative Inquiry
    David Cooperrider and Marge Schiller
    Cape Cod Institute
    August 2001
  • The Coaching Clinic and Train the Trainer
    Corporate Coach U  International,
    March 2001
  • Certification to Deliver Feedback in the Leadership Development Program,
    Niagara Institute,
    2000
  • Int. Assoc. of Facilitators Conference,
    Toronto,
    April 2000
  • Developing Whole Scale Change,
    Dannemiller Tyson and Ass.,
    May 1999
  • Appreciative Inquiry,
    Bernard Mohr, Ottawa,
    1998
  • Ecology of Work Conference,
    Toronto,
    1998
  • Socio-Technical Roundtable,
    Ottawa,
    1998
  • Project Management,
    Project Management Institute, Toronto,
    1997
  • Open Space Technology,
    Harrison Owen, Ottawa,
    April 1996
  • Leadership, Impact and Influence,
    Niagara Institute,
    Spring 1995
  • Creative Problem Solving Institute,
    Buffalo,
    1995
  • Large Group Intervention,
    Billie Alban and Barbara Bunker, Boston,
    1995
  • Total Quality, Domtar,
    Montréal
    1990

Partner network

When you do business with FOUG, you connect with a network of outstanding partners.

Jacques E. Tremblay

Jacques E. Tremblay

Jacques brings his many years of experience in psychology to the service of companies, as a consultant, trainer, mediator and coach. Without ever losing sight of the purpose of their organization, Jacques helps leaders develop awareness of their impact, their relational courage and their creative abilities.

Also an adherent of the appreciative inquiry approach, he firmly believes that human development and organizational performance go hand in hand.

Complementary strengths:

  • Extensive psychology expertise
  • In-depth experience and knowledge in emotional intelligence and conscious and non-violent communication
  • Belief in the ability of all individuals to reinvent themselves

Josée Blaquière

Josée Blaquière

Josée Blaquière, organizational development consultant and executive coach, has over 30 years of experience in the business sector. Early in her career, she worked for ten years as a labour relations advisor and human resources manager in the manufacturing sector.

For the past twenty years, she has offered consulting, training and coaching services to many private companies and government agencies. Josée is passionate about leadership development and the transformation of individuals and organizations.

Complementary strengths:

  • Individual and group coaching experience
  • In-depth understanding and experience with appreciative inquiry
  • Ability to ask powerful questions

Suzanne Gagnon

Suzanne Gagnon

As a coach and facilitator, Suzanne draws on her business acumen and in-depth understanding of the role of human resources to assist organizations in all aspects of management. She has extensive experience as a senior human resources executive in global corporations (such as Pratt & Whitney Canada and Cirque du Soleil).

Involved with numerous organizations and winner of prestigious awards, Suzanne is also Associate Professor at HEC Montréal and Fellow CHRP.

Complementary strengths:

  • Broad experience as a senior executive in global corporations
  • Business savvy
  • Wisdom and deep commitment to supporting people who want to excel

Jean Fuller

Jean Fuller

Jean is an organizational design consultant who helps his clients improve their performance and their operations. Using a wide range of approaches and methodologies, he works with companies in both the private and public sectors, as well as with unions and non-profit organizations.

According to Jean, the need to align values, knowledge and resources is important for organizations because their environment is constantly changing.

Complementary strengths:

  • Interest in fully understanding the organizations he works with
  • Audacity, which led him to integrate the spirit of appreciative inquiry into the work design approach
  • Great generosity and sense of humour
Jacques E. Tremblay

Jacques brings his many years of experience in psychology to the service of companies, as a consultant, trainer, mediator and coach. Without ever losing sight of the purpose of their organization, Jacques helps leaders develop awareness of their impact, their relational courage and their creative abilities.

Also an adherent of the appreciative inquiry approach, he firmly believes that human development and organizational performance go hand in hand.

Complementary strengths:

  • Extensive psychology expertise
  • In-depth experience and knowledge in emotional intelligence and conscious and non-violent communication
  • Belief in the ability of all individuals to reinvent themselves
Josée Blaquière

Josée Blaquière, organizational development consultant and executive coach, has over 30 years of experience in the business sector. Early in her career, she worked for ten years as a labour relations advisor and human resources manager in the manufacturing sector.

For the past twenty years, she has offered consulting, training and coaching services to many private companies and government agencies. Josée is passionate about leadership development and the transformation of individuals and organizations.

Complementary strengths:

  • Individual and group coaching experience
  • In-depth understanding and experience with appreciative inquiry
  • Ability to ask powerful questions
Suzanne Gagnon

As a coach and facilitator, Suzanne draws on her business acumen and in-depth understanding of the role of human resources to assist organizations in all aspects of management. She has extensive experience as a senior human resources executive in global corporations (such as Pratt & Whitney Canada and Cirque du Soleil).

Involved with numerous organizations and winner of prestigious awards, Suzanne is also Associate Professor at HEC Montréal and Fellow CHRP.

Complementary strengths:

  • Broad experience as a senior executive in global corporations
  • Business savvy
  • Wisdom and deep commitment to supporting people who want to excel
Jean Fuller

Jean is an organizational design consultant who helps his clients improve their performance and their operations. Using a wide range of approaches and methodologies, he works with companies in both the private and public sectors, as well as with unions and non-profit organizations.

According to Jean, the need to align values, knowledge and resources is important for organizations because their environment is constantly changing.

Complementary strengths:

  • Interest in fully understanding the organizations he works with
  • Audacity, which led him to integrate the spirit of appreciative inquiry into the work design approach
  • Great generosity and sense of humour

France Cloutier

France Cloutier

France offers a practical approach to assist organizations in their transformation processes. As an organizational development consultant and coach, she attaches great importance to clarifying intentions, since change comes from expressing the need for change.

She covers all aspects of organizational change and helps clients find their way through the complexity and uncertainty of their environment. She has an aptitude for guiding leaders on their path to discovering better ways to exercise leadership.

Complementary strengths:

  • Extensive experience in leadership development training
  • Major technology project management skills
  • Natural leadership and quick thinking

Nancy Juneau

Nancy Juneau

Nancy offers expert consulting services in facilitation, strategic planning and public relations. Having personally held management positions in the public and parapublic sectors, she has a deep understanding of their roles and responsibilities, as well as their interdependence.

Nancy has always been involved in social justice issues, in particular the rights of Francophone minorities and funding for arts and culture.

Complementary strengths:

  • Public relations and event management expertise
  • Her in-depth understanding of cultural and social issues combined with her management experience
  • Her intuition and authenticity

Lynne Lamarche

Lynne Lamarche

Lynne is a Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP, CCP, MBA) and has over 20 years experience in human resources, organizational development, facilitation and group dynamics with a variety of organizations.

She’s known for her effective synthesizing skills, talent for clear communication and familiarity with the collective intelligence process.

Complementary strengths:

  • Her ability to place graphic recording at the service of organizational development
  • Multidisciplinary human resources experience
  • Determination and zest for life

Diane Hélène Lalande

Diane Hélène Lalande

Diane Hélène is first and foremost a passionate artist, well-known for 25 years of visual art productions. Over a period of thirty years, she has built up considerable experience in the varied but complementary fields of design, project management and adult education. Underlying these, a constant dedication to creative processes.

Currently, Diane Hélène is busy applying her knowledge to the conception and facilitation of innovative pedagogical experiences, design thinking and prototyping for individuals and organizations

Complementary strengths:

  • A fundamental commitment towards the emergence of “living creativity” in each individualt
  • A demonstrated capacity for inventiveness and great organizational skills, which she applies to the transformation of ideas into solutions
  • Generosity and a sense of humour which always underlie her interventions
France Cloutier

France offers a practical approach to assist organizations in their transformation processes. As an organizational development consultant and coach, she attaches great importance to clarifying intentions, since change comes from expressing the need for change.

She covers all aspects of organizational change and helps clients find their way through the complexity and uncertainty of their environment. She has an aptitude for guiding leaders on their path to discovering better ways to exercise leadership.

Complementary strengths:

  • Extensive experience in leadership development training
  • Major technology project management skills
  • Natural leadership and quick thinking
Nancy Juneau

Nancy offers expert consulting services in facilitation, strategic planning and public relations. Having personally held management positions in the public and parapublic sectors, she has a deep understanding of their roles and responsibilities, as well as their interdependence.

Nancy has always been involved in social justice issues, in particular the rights of Francophone minorities and funding for arts and culture.

Complementary strengths:

  • Public relations and event management expertise
  • Her in-depth understanding of cultural and social issues combined with her management experience
  • Her intuition and authenticity
Lynne Lamarche

Lynne is a Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP, CCP, MBA) and has over 20 years experience in human resources, organizational development, facilitation and group dynamics with a variety of organizations.

She’s known for her effective synthesizing skills, talent for clear communication and familiarity with the collective intelligence process.

Complementary strengths:

  • Her ability to place graphic recording at the service of organizational development
  • Multidisciplinary human resources experience
  • Determination and zest for life
Diane Hélène Lalande

Diane Hélène is first and foremost a passionate artist, well-known for 25 years of visual art productions. Over a period of thirty years, she has built up considerable experience in the varied but complementary fields of design, project management and adult education. Underlying these, a constant dedication to creative processes.

Currently, Diane Hélène is busy applying her knowledge to the conception and facilitation of innovative pedagogical experiences, design thinking and prototyping for individuals and organizations

Complementary strengths:

  • A fundamental commitment towards the emergence of “living creativity” in each individualt
  • A demonstrated capacity for inventiveness and great organizational skills, which she applies to the transformation of ideas into solutions
  • Generosity and a sense of humour which always underlie her interventions

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