Since 1992, TRIMA Solutions has been providing psychometric and organizational expertise thanks to in-depth, scientifically validated personality questionnaires tailored to your needs.
The TRIMA model, with its unique, scientifically validated approach, measures and interprets three specific dimensions of identity inherent to all individuals: social style, competencies, and leadership.
Evolving from simple user to TRIMA-certified consultant is just a decision away! On completing the TRIMA certification, you’ll be able to use the TRIMA Solutions coaching and psychometric tools in your own business.
TRIMA Solutions offers individuals, professionals, and certified consultants a number of integrated psychometric questionnaires designed to identify a person’s social styles, competency clusters, and leadership style. In addition to its trademark questionnaires and list of soft skills, the TRIMA team continuously works on developing new methods, guides, and tools to assist HR counsellors with their coaching sessions. These innovations are designed to assess, define, and develop the potential of individuals, leaders, teams, and entire organizations.
Development of the TRIMA model by Lionel Arsenault, and its first applications
Lionel Arsenault, creator of the TRIMA competency-based approach, is an accomplished professional who has been specializing in competency development, occupational psychology, and organizational development since 1974. His expertise both as a consultant and as a trainer has led him to develop tools that are equally effective for organizations, work teams, and individuals.
First scientific validation conducted by Jean-Yves Frigon, psychologist, Ph.D., specialized in statistics and researcher at the Université de Montréal.
Introduction of the sociogram model (based on the sociometry work of Jacob Levy Moreno), which is used to objectively assess group dynamics
Scientific revalidation carried out by professor and psychometrics specialist Éric Yergeau
Update of the competency dictionary and questionnaires to reflect changes in society and the emergence of new competencies
Passionate about the study and development of human potential, she has been using psychometric tools for over 30 years in SMEs and large companies. She became a TRIMAcertified consultant in 2001, an InterQualia-certified practitioner in 2004, and was part of HEC’s very first cohort of the Dynamique des familles en affaires program in 2002. Known for her creative and innovative vision, she co-developed the TOP Brain program for entrepreneurs in 2007, and, in 2009, created the CHEF & Cie program. She penned the Gérer pour durer column in the Business section of the Journal de Montréal/Québec for six years, and collaborated on two magazines (Chambre de commerce et d’industrie de la Rive-Sud and L’actualité Alimentaire).
Suzanne Audet has been involved in the community for more than 35 years, serving on numerous boards, including the Régie des Installations Olympiques (RIO) where she chaired the Human Resources Committee. Since 2000, she has worked as an HR expert with the Quebec Produce Marketing Association (QPMA) and conducted a membership survey on emerging issues and challenges. She has also been a member of the “Cultivating the Next Generation” committee since its founding in 2012, and has been a sitting board member of the Association InterIndustrielle de Montréal since 2013.
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Sophie has also earned the following professional certifications: certified Integral Professional Coach, Prosci change management methodology, the TRIMA Competency-Based Approach, EQ-in-Action Profile through Learning in Action Technologies, as well as The Leadership Circle Profile and PDI PROFILOR, both of which are 360° assessment tools. For 25 years, Sophie has been passionate about the field of adult learning and development in the workplace. She has been a professor for 16 years and is director of the University of Ottawa’s Leadership, Learning and Organizational Development sector in Human Resources.
TRIMA partner and franchisee in Switzerland
Director of Institu futura21
Fifteen years of experience in high-tech multinational organizations instilled in Chantal the desire to work in corporate HR. She oversaw career management initiatives and participated in strategic decisions at the corporate level as a member of management committees. For five years, she handled sector restructuring efforts in Europe and led discussions on this introductory and challenging career transition process.
Curious and a strong proponent of delivering quality services to both businesses and people, she enrolled in the Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences at the University of Geneva, and undertook a research project to create a career profile and counselling tool for adults. She is also a graduate of the Geneva School of Economics and Management in Human Resources. At Institut futura21, Chantal worked as a coach, providing guidance to managers and heading corporate change projects, and was involved in career transition support programs. In 2016, with Chantal and Roberto at the helm, the Switzerland-based institute added another string to its bow by becoming TRIMA certified. Chantal is a TRIMA-certified consultant.
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TRIMA partner and franchisee in Switzerland
Ph.D. in Psychology
She helps manage challenging situations that can arise during periods of change that accompany professional transitions, and works with companies to ensure their teams develop as cohesive units with a renewed perspective on progress.
A graduate of Université de Liège in Belgium, Christine has worked in a wide range of professional environments, in particular with the International Organization for Migration, where she gained valuable experience in dealing with mental health populations in Asia (Vietnam). She is a TRIMA-certified consultant and is currently training to be an instructor.
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Certified TRIMA distributor
President of DBcom
His approach consists in getting companies to recognize that their employees are their most valuable asset in achieving success. This approach highlights the important relationship between the revenues, costs, and risks associated with commercialization.
Daniel holds a specialized graduate diploma in Management Consulting from UQAM, and is a certified CoachingOurselves partner and TRIMA distributor.
At DBcom, Daniel provides coaching, consulting, training, and skills and leadership development services to large organizations, both in Québec and abroad.
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