|Who We Are|
"There is nothing wrong with change if it is in the right direction."
- Sir Winston Churchill
Louise Mallette founded The Telic Group after more than 20 years of human resources management committed to change and transition inside organizations.
Coaching is a core component of Telic's work. This is because the coaching process is central to change, development, and transition:
We synthesize thinking, identify trends, and provide thought leadership for our clients and colleagues. We are active learners and researchers, engaged in a larger community, always with a mind toward practical innovation.
The Telic Group's clients represent diverse sectors including technology, financial services, healthcare, higher education, and non–profit.
Louise has consulted to and coached numerous individuals and teams in the areas of change, transition, leadership, and management development. Her experience in financial services, technology, manufacturing, higher education, and non–profits enable her to provide solutions that are anchored in the needs of individuals and organizations. She is a renowned facilitator.
Louise has worked for Chase Manhattan Bank, Hewlett–Packard Company, 3Com Corporation, and Honeywell Information Systems where she integrated human resources initiatives with business planning. As the Senior Vice President of Human Resources for Pioneer Investment Management, Inc. she focused on post-acquisition transition and integration.
She started her career working with the City of Boston in labor relations. Next, she completed the General Electric Company Employee Relations Management Program. After G.E., she designed and managed a career planning program for Skidmore College.
Prior to founding The Telic Group, Louise was a Senior Vice President with ClearRock, Inc., a Boston–based executive coaching and career transition firm. This built on her earlier human resources consulting experience.
She is a board member of the Boston chapter of the International Association of Corporate and Professional Recruitment, is on the marketing committee of the Human Resources Leadership Forum, and is a member of the South Shore Program Committee for the Northeast Human Resources Association. She held a number of board positions with the Boston Human Resources Association and was on the program committee of the Investment Company Institute Human Resources Forum.
Louise has a B.A. in English and Government from Skidmore College and is a Certified Coach from the Hudson Institute of Santa Barbara. She is conversant in a number of style and assessment tools and is a member of the International Coaching Federation.
Renewal. Resilience. Results