Ene is strategic and values difference.
As Principal of Evolve Again Consulting Group, Ene Querney has been building innovative, collaborative, and sustainable businesses for Fortune 500 companies for 5 years and her expertise has been sought out by senior leaders in the healthcare, mining, publishing, education, and not-for-profit sectors. Ene is an experienced group facilitator and uses group process such as Future Search, World Café and Open Space to help leaders, teams and organizations embrace differences, identify key issues and see their challenges as an opportunity for innovation and growth.
Ene helps leaders shift to the next level of performance. She re structured teams in a medium sized, high growth business to minimize gridlock and facilitate the completion of strategic projects and CEO reengagement. She coaches Health Care executives as they struggle with their journey from the technically competent manager to the relationship-oriented leader. Using group process, she has also facilitated polarized stakeholders to find common ground, common vision and ultimately a new way of working together as a new organization.
Ene honed her skills as leader, facilitator and coach during her 20-year tenure at 3M Health Care. Her areas of expertise include business development, sales, strategy and change management. She built sales territories and created expansion plans for untapped markets. She has been repeatedly recognized for successfully managing change initiatives in hospitals, exceeding her sales goals, and achieving exceptional expertise in the products she sold. Her stellar sales record and subject matter acumen led to opportunities to turnaround underperforming sales teams and create and facilitate a national, multi-day sales curriculum to hundreds of sales professionals.
Ene is a mother, grandmother, wife, competitive rower and an entrepreneur. She is also on the Board of Directors of the Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce and is Rotarian.
Ene holds a Master of Arts degree in Organizational Management & Development from Fielding Graduate University in Santa Barbara, CA and a Graduate Certificate in Executive Coaching from Royal Roads University in Victoria, BC and a Commerce degree from Laurentian University in Sudbury, Ontario. Ene’s specialty is Complexity and Complex Environments.
David is passionate and visionary
An experienced group facilitator, David uses Narrative and Appreciative Inquiry, World Café and many other facilitation tools to help groups, teams and individuals identify key issues and see their challenges as opportunities for growth. David has had great success in assisting individuals, groups and organizations to have the crucial conversations necessary for the development of collective solutions.
Over his 28 years of leadership in the non profit sector, David has also consistently demonstrated significant skill in the area of conflict resolution. His skills have been instrumental in restoring trust in employee/management relationships, facilitating positive dialogue between management and union, and in transforming toxic work environments into work environments that recognise, enhance and celebrate the skills and contributions of everyone.
David has his Masters of Arts in Leadership from Royal Roads University, a Certificate in Business management, and has also studied Executive Coaching. He has a comprehensive understanding of leadership in complex organizational systems, and his practical, insightful and often humorous approach, has often been instrumental in facilitating organizational change.
His experience in the non profit, social services sector have provided him with a perfect laboratory for observing and testing the fundamental elements of systems theory, and David has consistently demonstrated his capacity to understand how the interconnecting details impact on the big picture.
A gifted communicator, David is able to transform complex issues into understandable ideas, and uses them to facilitate inclusive transformational conversations which lead to positive personal, professional and organizational development.