Christina Comeau is founder of the collaborative transformation® methodology (CTM). collaborative transformation® is a field proven approach that makes mid to large scale transformational change easier. Christina specializes in leading strategic consulting, change management, collective governance and breakthrough thinking initiatives that are able to meet the complex challenges of today’s world.
Christina is a New Brunswick born Acadian with over 30 years’ experience in facilitating change through collaborative solutions, complex problem solving, and international planning. She has worked in both official languages in a variety of sectors including Health, Environment, Finance, Information Technology, Education, Research, Hydro & Telecom Utilities, Transportation, Agriculture, Defence and Aerospace.
Christina is a passionate advocate of clarity and collaboration. She shares his views with audiences from heads of state to shop floor employees and occasionally mentors leaders interested in how to manage complex challenges. She has extensive experience as a coach, is a Certified NLP Master Practitioner, and is accredited in the Japanese style of Morita/Naikan performance coaching.
She is a graduate of L’Université de la Défence, in Paris, France where she studied Geopolitics and Strategic Planning. In 1990, she was inducted as an officer of the Order of Military Merit by the Governor General of Canada. She is the proud parent of five children, all of them interesting to know.