Executive and
team coaching
discover how coaching can help you
build new leadership competencies
and expend your perspectives

 

Transforming leadership and team dynamics.

Powerful conversations for meaningful transformations.

Services include Leadership and Executive Development, Team Coaching, Mediation, Group Coaching for women and Life Coaching.
A comprehensive profile that presents the inter-relationship between your leadership competencies and your self-limiting assumptions.
We provide ICF-approved coaching and mentoring services for coaches of all experience levels. All programs lead to ICF accreditation.
Our workshops portfolio addresses the most commonly experienced workplace challenges but, when situations dictate, we create workshops from scratch to meet clients' unique needs.

 

 
 

Forge Coaching & Consulting was founded in 2005 by Manon Dulude, Ph.D, PCC, BCC. Manon is a seasoned registered psychotherapist and Professional Certified Coach and a Core Member of the Ivey Academy Coaching Network

 

 

 

Workshops

Currently offering some of our workshops online

A Series of Six, Three-Hour Workshops, Delivered Online! Become a better leader by learning how to incorporate coaching skills into your management toolbox.
Building Communication Bridges with Style gets to the root cause of most workplace relationship issues; misunderstandings and poor communication.
This workshop provides exercises to help teams tackle each dysfunction to build trust, make embracing debate more comfortable, introduce collaboration for complex problem solving.
From Conflict to Collaboration introduces the positive role conflict can play in building healthy team dynamics.

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Quiet quitting is a relatively new term in the workplace. It occurs when an employee who has lost all interest and motivation in their work, decides to not actually quit, but stay in the job and do the absolute minimum, while still receiving a pay cheque. This has become a real problem for employers because, with many people now working from home in the wake of COVID, quiet quitting is easier to get away with. This lack of employee engagement is detrimental to healthy team dynamics and productivity, damages morale, and impacts the bottom line.  So, why do employees quietly quit, and what can …

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Have you ever been in a work situation where you wanted to speak up but held back?  Perhaps you were in a meeting where you kept your great idea to yourself.  Perhaps it was when your boss announced a decision you felt would be a mistake.  Perhaps you discovered an unsafe or unethical practice frequently performed by colleagues with more years on the job than you.  Most of us have experienced these types of situations, and the reason for our silence is fear.

Why Psychological Safety is Important
In her TEDx Talk, Amy Edmondson, a Harvard Business School professor, and author discus…

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Most of us have some degree of prejudice or negative notions about individuals or groups we consider a certain “type”. It’s not something we like to admit, but it is an aspect of being human.  We are wired to mistrust or even fear what we don’t know or understand. Yet, being the subject of a stereotype or discriminated against can be very harmful to the impacted individual and society as a whole. So, it’s up to each of us to make an effort to get better informed of the facts.

What if there were a way to make the world a kinder, better place just by listening? What if we could have a sit-do…

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Stepping into the role of manager for the first time can be a little daunting. It’s natural to feel a bit anxious but, remember, you were promoted because others have faith in you. You earned this job! Here are a few tips to help you make a successful transition into this next phase of your career.
Meet with your direct reports individually as soon as possible
It’s important to sit down privately with each individual as soon as you can. This is a discovery meeting for both of you, but also a chance to start forming a connection. What are their skills and interests and how well do they align …

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