Randy is a founding partner of WilsonBrooks, a practice that focuses on assisting organizations via consulting, executive coaching, and facilitating learning sessions on leadership, teams, strategy, change and culture.
Her clients include large and small organizations in professional services, municipalities, government, broadcasting, the arts, pharmaceuticals, non-profits, and manufacturing.
In addition, Randy has served as an internal organization development consultant for the IT divisions of AT&T and Salomon Brothers.
Randy has facilitated projects to build leader and team skills, to define strategy, to redesign organizations, to evolve culture, and to lead change.
She has served as a member of executive teams; has functioned as an ombudsperson mediating complex and sensitive issues; has managed technical and non technical training, and has coached CEOs and leaders at all levels.
Driven by a natural curiosity about what enables organizations and individuals to work at their best, Randy combines solid research with a flair for designing innovative ways to help clients succeed.
She has published a major report for the Conference Board of Canada on the service-profit chain; authored numerous papers and briefings for clients; has presented at conferences in both Canada and the US.
For 19 years, Randy partnered with the Niagara Institute to design and deliver programs, and provide their clients with coaching.
She is certified in a range of 360 feedback and other psychological and organizational inventories.
She holds a Master of Science in Organizational Development from Pepperdine University, and an honors degree in Psychology from Fairleigh Dickinson University where she was awarded the Mennon Scholars Award for research.
Marc blends sound organization research with practical, hands-on experience, common sense, and engaging humor to help clients consider, undertake, and achieve lasting change.
He is particularly adept at helping people bridge organizational barriers to access the full range of resources and increase value.
Marc has designed and facilitated search conferences, strategy forums, project start-ups, after-action-reviews, problem solving and conflict resolution sessions, and a variety of teambuilding and leadership sessions in a broad range of settings.
He has worked inside large, complex corporations and small firms; and has served as an ad hoc member of executive teams advising and coaching CEOs and their teams on organization effectiveness, organization redesign, succession and change.
Marc has written articles on topics related to leadership, strategy, organization design, and change for a variety of clients. He has authored training manuals on quality, management skills, and instructional techniques.
Marc is a founding partner of Wilson Brooks, and a former Senior Associate at The Niagara Institute.
He holds a Master of Science in Organizational Development from Pepperdine University, a certificate in Organizational Systems Design from McGill, and a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Ottawa.
He is fluent in French and English and is certified in a range of 360 feedback and other psychological and organizational inventories.