TORONTO, Sept. 1, 2017 /CNW/ - Bradley Fauteux, an experienced executive who served as the Managing Director of Ontario Parks and has over 16 years of senior management experience, has parlayed his management expertise into a new consulting firm.
"A lot of my focus has been on programs designed to boost the public's connection to the natural resources that are so much a part of Canada's persona," he said. "However, the skills behind that work and the expertise needed to successfully lead natural resource programs is relevant to any type of organization and has helped to broaden interest in my capabilities."
Brad Fauteux is tapping into the range of capabilities he developed over the last decade and a half in executive and senior management positions with Ontario Parks and the broader public sector.
In leveraging his experience in service delivery, organizational design, business development, relationship and financial management, his consultancy services include:
- Business strategy: using various methodologies to help clients design and execute the necessary frameworks for achieving performance excellence. Strategic advisory services will also be a key part of this offering.
- Leadership development: focusing on helping organizations and individuals expand their capacity for the responsibilities of leadership from decision-making to communications to courage.
- Government relations: facilitating the right approaches to build and maintain bridges with governments at all levels.
- Natural resources management: counseling on the sustainability concerns and environmental protections and stewardship issues that are relevant to Canada's protected areas.
- Relationships with indigenous peoples: providing advice on relationships and reconciliation with Indigenous peoples.
Over his career, Fauteux has won various awards for his creative campaigns to build a greater sense of ownership in Ontario Parks' programs. While with Ontario Parks, he was responsible for 2,500 employees and oversaw a $90 million operating budget and a $1.5 billion capital portfolio. He also worked with more than 300 intergovernmental, community, indigenous and private sector partners to help meet the needs of 10 million park users annually.
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