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Jeanne Martinson is a best-selling author and award winning presenter in the areas of leadership and diversity. Since starting her own firm in 1993, Jeanne Martinson has inspired thousands of participants in her workshops and keynote presentations with her humour, insight and real-world examples. Jeanne Martinson is a Certified Practitioner of NLP (Neuro Linguisitic Programming) and has completing her graduate degree in Leadership and Management.
Jeanne is past president of Saskatchewan Training and Development Association (Regina), Women Entrepreneurs of Saskatchewan and was also founder of the Saskatchewan chapter of the Canadian Association of Professional Speakers (CAPS). As a leader in the community, Jeanne has been recognized with the Canada 125 Medal, the YWCA Woman of Distinction Award, the Saskatchewan Centennial Leadership Award, the Athena Award, and most recently the 2008 EMCY Diversity Award.
Jeanne’s two most recent books are War and Peace in the Workplace and Escape from Oz ‘ Leadership for the 21st Century”.
Keynotes and Speaking Topics
- Escaping the Curse of Oz – Leadership for the 21st Century
- The Four Cornerstones of Leadership: Insight, Courage, Self-Discipline and Influence
- Diversity: How To Move from Conflict to Synergy
- Understanding Generational Knowledge for Organizational Success
Books and Articles
- War and Peace In the Workplace: Diversity, Conflict, Understanding, Synergy
- Escape From Oz – Leadership For The 21st Century
- Lies And Fairy Tales – That Deny Women Happiness
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Awards and Designations
- Saskatchewan Leadership Award
- Athena Award
- 2008 EMCY Diversity Award
- Canada 125 Medal of Honour – 1992
- YWCA Women of Distinction Award (category ‘Business, Labour and Professions’) – 1999