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Lynn Davies is an organizational effectiveness consultant with 40 years’ experience. She is a member of the faculty in the University of Ottawa’s Executive MBA and part of the Telfer Executive Programs Community of Practice, with whom she has been Academic Director for the Quality Improvement and Patient Safety Leadership Program for the past six years. Lynn has an MA in Human Systems Intervention and advanced training in Coaching and Gestalt therapy and her teaching specialties include Change Management, Leadership and Team Development. Her professional mission is to help individuals, teams and organizations organize and manage for dignity, community and meaning. She has been coaching leaders for over 25 years and has consulted widely to all levels of government, the hospital sector and the private sector. Lynn has counted among her clients the Canada School of Public Service, The Ottawa Hospital, the Department of Justice, and The Bank of Montreal. She has volunteered on several boards and has published work in the area of women in the workplace. Lynn is an avid outdoorswoman, enjoying cross country skiing, canoeing, and biking. She also enjoys gardening at her cottage, cooking, reading and bridge (at which she is slowly improving). She is the proud mother of two children and two grandchildren.

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