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  • P R O F I L E

    S O C I A L M E D I A

    A colleague describes me as fierce energy in a container of calm. My clients have described me as a passionate, thoughtful listener with insightful questions to prompt their thinking and have said the questions I ask of them haunt them for days after our meetings, allowing them to go deeper into their understanding of themselves and bringing them clarity of direction. CoachPadraig

    L A N G U A G E S English French

    Name Patrick O’Reilly Mailing Address 112 Market Ave, Suite 300 Winnipeg, MB R3B 0P4 Location Winnipeg, MB Phone (855) 818-0600 x101 E-mail

    I N F O


    2011 - ongoing

    Founder & Owner Padraig Coaching & Consulting Patrick leads our multifaceted leadership coaching firm. After launching the business in 2011, Patrick expanded to begin serving clients throughout North America and now has a team of exceptional coaches working with him to serve a diverse and successful client base. Padraig coaches help leaders to become stronger and more confident in leading others and helps leadership teams to become high performing teams rather than a group of high-performing individuals.


    W O R K E X P E R I E N C E

    C E R T I F I E D E X E C U T I V E C O A C H , P C C

    2008 - 2011

    Chief Operating Officer & A/President & CEO Canadian Museum for Human Rights Senior leader of the first national museum outside of Ottawa. Developed the Museum’s expansive national vision, launched all aspects of creation of the museum while solidifying the Museum’s relationship with the federal government and key stakeholders.


    2007 - 2008

    Director, Implementation Strategy for Canadian Museum for Human Rights of Canadian Heritage Government of Canada Canada’s chief negotiator to create the first national museum outside Ottawa and the first significantly funded by public fundraising. Undertook extensive and sensitive negotiations with founders, multiple government stakeholders and the Friends of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights.


    2005- 2007

    Director, Strategic Policy & Citizen Engagement Department of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Fostered understanding of the need for balance of human rights and national security. Advocated human rights and individual rights components within the complex area of national security.


  • C E R T I F I C A T I O N , T O O L S & A S S E S M E N T S

    T E S T I M O N I A L S “I was able to have a difficult but necessary conversation…in a positive environment. Thank you, Patrick; I appreciate all you have done for me and my office” An employee of a major Canadian university

    W O R K E X P E R I E N C E C O N T I N U E D

    E D U C A T I O N

    MASTERS CERTIFICATE IN EXECUTIVE COACHING Royal Roads University, Victoria Dean’s Honours List

    2001 - 2005

    Director, Portfolio Affairs Department of Canadian Heritage, Government of Canada Lead the team of senior advisors responsible for providing strategic, financial and functional advice to the Minister of Canadian Heritage, senior federal government officials, senior management of federal agencies and Crown Corporations in the Canadian Heritage portfolio – a collection of 18 organizations with 18000 staff and $2 billion annual in federal appropriations.


    Certified Executive Coach (ICF-PCC) Certified partner of the Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team program based on the best-selling book, The Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick Lencioni. Certified partner of the Everything DiSC series of assessments, profiles and workshops. Certified EQi 2.0, EQ360 instruments, leads in a caring environment program (including certified to debrief the 360) and the team emotional and social intelligence survey (TESI).

    Working with Patrick and his team has been such a positive, transformational experience for our organization. The insights provided into our leadership culture and team dynamics, the flexibility to adapt deliveries to meet emerging needs as we go through the process, and the commitment to results are all outstanding. I highly recommend this company! Merete Heggelund CAO – City of Medicine Hat “I wanted to say thanks again for the coaching sessions. I look back now and realize how much they have helped me. [Your coaching] really allowed me to make clearer in my mind what I want out of a career and life.” Zach McMillan, Owner, CrossFit Rocked

    1997 - 1999

    1999- 2001

    Senior Privy Council Officer Privy Council Office Provided strategic policy advice to senior management of the Public Service, the Prime Minister and Cabinet on matters such as Aboriginal issues, government structures and programming, the arts, multiculturalism and citizenship, education, heritage and culture, broadcast and print media.


    BACHELOR OF COMMERCE WITH HONOURS Carleton University, Ottawa Dean’s Honours List

    Director, Corporate Services & Regional Comptroller Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, Alberta Region Partnered with First Nations and RCMP to develop and implement a national First Nations Accountability Policy to address on-reserve fiscal accountability; policy credited with improving on-reserve conditions. Overall accountability for annual regional budget of $510M and a team of 51 staff.


    ’You mined our organization to get insight into our issues, and then you effectively guided us as we dealt with them. I’m cynical about workshops as a rule, but you are smart, and focused and very helpful.” Paul Barnsley, Aboriginal Peoples’ Television Network