Barbara LeBlanc is a front – line contact for customers with The Executive Network’s Human Rights Investigations & Solutions Team”. Barbara has successfully completed hundreds of workplace investigations into allegations of human rights contraventions, bullying, persona; harassment and abuse of authority.
Barbara is noted for her positive results working with federal, provincial and municipal officials, councils, boards, commissions, crown corporations and public-sector including the RCMP and Canadian Forces. In Alberta, British Columbia and Yukon Territory she has served employers in the private sector including retail, banking, marine, fishing, forestry, pulp and paper, care homes and others.
Her expertise and enduring commitment to Human Rights issues is widely recognized. In cooperation with B.C. transit and its unions the first “Respect in the Workplace” programs in B.C. were introduced.
Barbara has been consulted by governments in both legislative and operational initiatives including:
Canadian Human Rights Commission Appointment as contractual investigator.
Government of British Columbia Deputy Minister appointed investigator’s trainer.
Justice Institute of British Columbia investigator instructor.
Provincial Cabinet briefings on human rights and respectful workplace practices.
Camosun College instructor in the School of Business: “Survival Strategies in Human Rights for Supervisors and Managers”.
Her volunteer activities center around counselling and support for the elderly. She is currently completing a book entitled, “A Manager’s Field Guide in Human Rights Investigations”, due to be published in 2018. Her book will help front-line managers to deal with human rights issues quickly in a practical, hands-on way.