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Thriving through change and transition

Find areas of influence and control to thrive through chaotic times

Date & time

Wednesday, October 21, 2020
12 p.m. – 1 p.m.

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Caroline Samné, MA 01


This event is free


University Advancement



Wednesday, October 21

We are living through a time that can leave us feeling powerless and reaction mode.

Join Caroline Samné, MA 01, to discuss what it means to navigate through a transition process. Find your areas of influence and control to thrive through chaotic times.

Participants will be invited to engage in conversations, and design their personal transition strategy.

  • Learn what factors define a change as opposed to a transition
  • Learn about the 3 phases of a transition
  • Develop a strategy to thrive through the process

Caroline Samné, MA 01

Caroline Samné, MA 01, is the co-founder of The Pillars, a Montreal-based consulting firm that specializes in organizational effectiveness, specifically: organizational culture and transformation, leadership development and talent management.

A fluently bilingual Change Architect, Caroline is very passionate about helping leaders develop organizations that know how to thrive through and create change-enabled cultures for on-going success. As a strong believer that people are the key to success in any transformation, she helps the teams she works with find systems to develop, guide and implement strategies that encompass people, process, structure and culture. Developing and supporting cultures that thrive and embrace change is at the core of her passion.

Caroline teaches part-time in the faculty of Applied Human Sciences at Concordia University and is on the board of the Concordia University Alumni Association and Games for Hope Foundation.

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