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WHO IS BEHIND BOOSTALAB?

A fabulous team

Mélanie Lambert

Superpower

Which means the ability to take people and projects from something beautiful to something superb by making the most of their best aspects. With Boostalab, maximization opportunities abound: clients coming to us with inspiring needs, wishes from our community members, and Solime’s genius ideas, of course!

Solime Gaboriault

Superpower

Which means having the power to identify underlying concepts and to unite ideas which first appear unlinked. With Boostalab, there are so many ideas, both for guides and for the growth of the company. Combined with Mélanie’s maximization power, each great idea gets a boost and becomes excellent!

Julie Gouin

Superpower

Which is the power to keep an eye towards the future to inspire today’s action, both for oneself and for others. In coaching situations, it allows me to help my clients understand the full potential of their situation, which has a transformative effect. Looking towards the future allows us to challenge the status quo and wander off the beaten path.

Fantastic contributors

Sylvie Beausoleil

Superpower

Which is the power to follow a clear sense of direction, identify priorities, and adjust as needed to stay on course. Amid turmoil, finding meaning to our actions is paramount. I’m passionate about helping people and teams define their destiny, light up their way, and inspire them with the energy they need to realize their aspirations.

Julie Bourbonnais

Which is the power to draw upon the uniqueness of different individuals to create fruitful collaborations. As an organizational psychologist, I bring people with different interests and talents together to work on joint projects. By taking full advantage of the different strengths within the team, we increase the chances of combining wellbeing and performance.

Josiane Lavoie

Superpower

Which is the power to see the untapped potential in others. I’m deeply convinced that humans strive for the best, and support individuals and organizations to find their sources of energy and vitality.

Mathieu Guénette

Which means the power to help others navigate through ambiguity and structure their reflection so that they can better define the essence of who they are, and where they are going. This is just as helpful to those who are seeking to better manage their career as for managers looking to get to know candidates better during a hiring process.

Rhys Halsey-Watkins

Superpower

Which is the power to orchestrate all the available elements and resources, with flexibility, to make the most of them. Web development is ever-evolving; options and resources are innumerable! This superpower allows me to be efficient when I’m working on the Boostalab website.

Fabienne Marier

Superpower

 

Which is the power to put oneself in someone else’s shoes to better grasp how they are feeling. This allows me to frame all communications based on the other person, and to address them as whole individuals rather than as a simple number.

Chloé Gaudet

Superpower

Which is the power to transform thoughts into action, in order to set things into motion. This allows me to implement winning strategies to help my clients progress more easily towards their goals, and to give them clarity when things get more complex. And all of this in a climate that promotes kindness and performance.

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A little history…

The original idea arose over a shared meal at Déjeuner Cosmopolitain, known for its legendary half-mashed potatoes. Solime was looking for ways to simplify change management within organizations, and wanted to write a revolutionary book on the topic. Mélanie, recently returned from a family trip around the world, was inspired by the idea of social enterprise, and wanted to help managers better use their tools and their inspirations to develop their leadership. Those two ideas, different but complementary, created the first spark, which eventually grew during a workshop on organizational renewal held by George Pòr at HEC Montreal. Mélanie and Solime ended up missing part of the workshop as they agreed to embark on the Boostalab adventure for real—nothing closes a deal like shaking hands atop a cafeteria table.

Even though the founders were both working full-time as management consultants, they still launched a prototype, including a website and some guides. This convinced them that Boostalab was the answer to a real need.

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