“No economic skill has as much riding on it as does negotiation” Professor Leigh Thompson, Kellogg School of Management Northwestern University
Carrie Gallant is a well-established ENS influencing and negotiation practitioner based in Vancouver, Canada. She has worked with clients on consulting and training assignments across the Americas and around the world. Carrie is known for the dynamism of her public speaking and course facilitation, which make her in demand at such organisations as the American and Canadian Bar Associations, Universities and medical conventions, and The White House, which invited Carrie to speak at a US Bureau of Labour conference on women’s equality.
Carrie’s experiences in psychology, law, mediation and dispute resolution give Carrie a holistic view of negotiation that is flexible and comprehensive. Strategic planning, training design, executive team leadership development and complex negotiation assistance all make up Carrie’s consulting experience. She has worked with a diverse array of clients, tailoring programs for lawyers, engineers, health-care professionals, salespeople and procurement managers in such industries as pharmaceuticals, mining, aerospace, construction, insurance, digital media, manufacturing and government.
Carrie is an expert lecturer in the field of negotiation at such institutions as the Sauder School of Business, the Universities of Washington, Toronto, Windsor and York University. As an adjunct law professor for ten years, Carrie taught Negotiation, and Mediation Advocacy at the University of British Columbia.
Carrie has a Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) and a Juris Doctor (Law) from Queen’s University. She is also an executive coach, with training from Career Coach Institute and the Adler School of Professional Coaching, and an accredited ENS International consultant. She is a Certified Virtual Presenter (eSpeakers), certified in Conversational Intelligence(R) and Authentic Leadership Conversations.