Laurence Bakayoko (MSc) has over a decade of experience in managing social economy and private-sector organizations and seven years’ experience in advisory services and training. She has coached nearly 1,000 managers and social and environmental entrepreneurs on social innovation issues pertaining to social enterprise positioning and finding solutions to collaborative innovation and online communication challenges. She has produced radio features on social innovation for CIBL and Radio-Canada. She enjoys sharing what she has learned using solid and inspiring tools, which are precisely what her clients most often request for the services that they offer. She now focuses on sharing her knowledge to enable each person she coaches to reconnect to their power as a social innovator and to equip them with the concrete tools needed to take action.
Laurence holds an MA in management from HEC Montréal.
Explore and Experiment, Social Enterprise
Fondation J.A. Bombardier, Projet Centre Écologique, Fermes de la Moisson du Québec, Fonds Alcoa Deschambault pour les collectivités durables, Services Animaliers de la Rive-Sud, Ville de Baie-Comeau (Gestion des eaux et développement durable), Ville de Genève, Ministère Patrimoine canadien, Ministère Innovation, Sciences et Développement économique Canada