Micheline LaForme, MBA, CHRP

Micheline LaForme

Biography

Micheline LaForme is a business-oriented, entrepreneurial human resources professional with over 15 years’ experience in a variety of challenging business environments. She teaches at George Brown College, Humber and Ryerson in the area of human resources and consults to companies in the private, public and not-for-profit sectors, including start-ups and well-established companies, across a variety of industries. Micheline successfully partners with senior teams, CEOs and employees to create innovative strategies to build, grow and evolve many types of business, including education, entertainment, telecommunications, health care and consulting.

Academic Credentials

Publishing certificate (in progress), Ryerson UniversityMaster of Business Administration, Queen’s University, School of Business, 1999Bachelor of Commerce (Honours), Human Resources Management and Industrial Relations (first class standing), Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, Ontario, 1999 Bachelor of Science, Home Economics, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, 1983

Areas Of Specialization

Human Resources

Areas Of Expertise

Organizational Behaviour, Human Resources, Training and Development, Strategic Planning, Human Resource Information Systems, Recruitment and Selection, Pension and Benefits, Change Management, Consulting, Leadership, Performance Management

Career Highlights

2010-Present – Instructor, Ryerson University, The Chang School 2009-Present – Instructor, Humber College, School of Business 2008-Present – Instructor, George Brown College, School of Business 2007 – Instructor, Sheridan College, School of Business 2007-Present – HR Consultant for a start up entertainment channel, profit and not-forprofit sectors2004-2007 – Director, Human Resources, Cineplex Entertainment, Famous Players2001-2003 – Director, Human Resources, Bell Canada2000-2001 – Associate Director, Human Resources, Bell Canada1998-1999 – Consultant, Human Resources Professionals Association of Ontario1998-1999 – Regional Coordinator, The Premier’s Conference on Jobs and Prosperity in the New Millennium