After one year of law at the Université de Montréal, Paul Ouellet decided to go into journalism. Today, he has over 35 years of experience in both private and public radio. In 2001, he took 13 months off to work as communications consultant to the chair of Comité de transition de la Ville de Québec. He was also in charge of producing the final report of this committee. Over the course of his career in private and public radio, he has served as field reporter, host of public affairs shows, news assignment journalist and press reviewer. Paul Ouellet has also worked as literary commentator on public and private radio. In addition to his career as a journalist, he also teaches journalism at a private school in Quebec City and collaborates with RTCOMM on workshops and in communications and crisis management.
Since our relationship began, we have been fortunate to benefit from RTCOMM’s main areas of expertise: strategic positioning, crisis management, and spokesperson training. Though their team has a knack for dealing with the unexpected—which is a valuable asset for a fast-growing company such as ours—we have always felt that nothing unexpected would ever occur because of their ability to keep one step ahead of events.
Johane Boucher-Champagne President and Chief Executive Officer - Anapharm
RTCOMM has been of great help to the Régie des alcools, des courses et des jeux. Their consultants worked closely with Régie managers on major files, and they shared their expertise through training programs that were perfectly adapted to our needs. Doing business with RTCOMM has made us better communicators. What more could you ask for?
Réjean Thériault, Communications Director, Régie des alcools, des courses et des jeux (RACJ)
I loved RTCOMM’s course on crisis management. The workshop really alerted me fact that a crisis always happens when you least expect it and disrupts a business. So it’s crucial to be prepared in order to deal with it as calmly as possible. This is what RTCOMM’s crisis management course with a round table simulation showed us.
Daniel Lavallée, Administrative Director, Risk Assessment and Compliance – Caisse Desjardins Granby-Haute-Yamaska
RTCOMM’s support at strategic times during the preparation, hosting, and followup of this international event played a key role in its success.
Jean-Louis Kérouac, F. Eng., M.Sc, Secretary General - XII World Forestry
RTCOMM has always been quick to understand the challenges we face in our industry and “deliver the goods” in a fair, efficient, and timely manner. What sets the RTCOMM team apart is their energy and creativity, which have made it possible for us to tackle a number of innovative projects crucial to the future of our organization.
Josée Noreau, President and CEO - SOGIQUE