Trudy Pelletier


Licensed Facilitator and Trainer

Trudy Pelletier is the president of Trudy Pelletier Consulting Inc. She specializes in facilitating difficult conversations at work.

Her skills are sought after by leaders interested in optimizing people and performance. She coaches business partners and private businesses on issues like succession planning and conflict management.

She works with corporate business leaders on communication, leadership development and building an empowering culture. She helps organizations navigate highly charged issues and recurring challenges.

Recently, that includes changes to organizational culture following the #MeToo movement, and emerging discussions of gender parity in leadership.

Trudy goes beyond quick-fix measures to transformational conversations, resulting in mutual understanding for all parties.

Trudy is a trainer and facilitator with a deep sales background. She is a mediator, Certified Executive Coach and designated family enterprise advisor who draws on decades of experience to connect and cultivate understanding, bringing the difficult issues from the background into the foreground. She is also licensed in Empowering Women and Empowering Men, material now relevant for all genders.

Who I Can Help

Conflict and upset are natural reactions to life, especially when the stakes are high.

It is difficult for a business to solve problems once people on the team are experiencing that type of reactive behaviour. Work life will deteriorate. Individual and team results degrade. Ultimately, that affects your business’s reputation. Furthermore, if an organization’s culture isn’t one of diversity, inclusion and partnership, it will affect the ability to attract and retain top talent, which ultimately diminishes your organization’s competitive advantage.

These are exactly the types of situations in which I specialize. I can teach your team how to develop the skill of cooperative mutual understanding. This can totally change your culture.

Positive workplace culture comes from creating extraordinary relationships. This process is a mountain with no top; it requires consistent effort. Even if a team is working well together, there is no guarantee that will continue in times of stress or tragedy. Increasing understanding among team members gives us choices in the face of tension. It’s an investment in your future and a toolbox your team will draw from again and again.