Lise Labine has had a 35-year career in progressively more senior roles in Human Resources, primarily in the federal crown corporation sector and more recently in the post secondary sector in Ontario.
While in the post-secondary sector, Lise held Senior Management positions for Human Resources responsible for leading the delivery of a complete range of HR services. Further, Lise contributed to advancing the College sector capacity in Ontario, by participating in provincial working groups on Learning and Leadership Development. As well, Lise played a critical role in contributing positively to changing the collective bargaining process for a university and their faculty bargaining agent.
During her entire career, Lise gained extensive practical experience in dealing with the needs of Senior Executives and Management in rapidly changing unionized environments and highly diverse organizations. Her shared interest-based approach inspired healthy relationships with Unions. She has worked in a variety of institutions including the municipal sector, with Canada’s public broadcaster and several federal crown corporations in the arts, humanities, and science sectors.
Lise enjoys dealing with varied groups and in particular facilitating relationships and conflict in a positive approach.
Fluently bilingual, Lise can assist in either official language. She is a graduate from the University of Ottawa in Administration, holds her CHRL designation with HRPA and is also certified in Organizational Development with National Training Laboratories and the Telfer School of Management.
Lise holds a certificate in Municipal Administration (AMCT) and she has security clearance (Reliability) with the federal Government
Prior to her joining The Delfi Group in February 2019, Lise held several Senior Management positions responsible for leading the delivery of a complete range of Human Resources services. Although her start in management was in the municipal sector, Lise went to complete more that 28 years in the federal crown corporation sector namely:
This was followed by a period of time with the University Grant and Research Funding Councils, SSHRC and NSERC.
She then completed her career in the Ontario post-secondary sector with: