Institute Director & Lead Instructor
“Sometimes there is a blurred line between communications and change communications. What I’ve learned in this program has created a clear distinction and a solid grounding on both concepts – things that are sometimes abstract have been made super clear.”
– Cindy Orti, Treasury Board Secretariat
Caroline Kealey, B.A. Hons, M.A.
Caroline Kealey is an internationally recognized communications strategist, change facilitator, trainer and author with over 20 years of experience in her field. Fluently bilingual, she is known as a pioneer in exploring the intersection between strategic communications and change.
As Principal and Founder of Ingenium Communications, and the developer of the Results Map best practice methodology for strategic communications and change planning, Caroline is guided by her dedication and enthusiam to “making a difference” and building lasting and meaningful partnerships with her clients. Leveraging her commitment to collaboration and unparalleled ability to turn information into insight, she has worked with organizations such as the Government of the Northwest Territories, Export Development Corporation, the University of Ottawa, the Bank of Canada, and the United Nations to achieve and surpass their business objectives.
Caroline is an International Association for Business Communicators (IABC) All Star presenter and winner of a 2016 Gold Quill and Best of the Best Award in Change Communications. A graduate of the Wharton School of Business executive program in Leading Organizational Change, she is a Certified Change Management Professional (CMP) with training in lean and agile transformation. Caroline holds a B.A. with Highest Honours in Communications and an M.A. in Political Science.
Customized Training Available
The Institute for Strategic Communications & Change program can be customized for your organization and delivered on site.
Contact continue@uOttawa.ca for more information.
The program is designed around a combination of practical instruction, hands-on exercises, case studies, peer learning, and coaching.