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Project Management Instructor, Facilitator and Consultant

Founder and Principal, Greg Philliban is an Environmental, Indigenous, Communications, Sustainability and Organizational knowledge holder & translator. An engaged and passionate Instructor & Coach, Greg's virtual and on-site facilitation style is professional, engaging, and participatory. A certified instructor/facilitator, NLP Master Practitioner and E-Learning Specialist, Greg uses facilitation techniques and methods that draw in participants and ensure maximum involvement from all

Greg's background in Project and Stakeholder Management encompasses over 25 years of experience in the real property & environmental sectors, and over 10 years working with and delivering Capacity Building training to Indigenous organizations & communities, Environmental Consultancies, Conservation Organizations & NGOs

Greg has the unique ability to discern, synthesize, disseminate, strategize & articulate complex broad picture issues; his exceptional insights across these sectors are a result of his direct experience and involvement in the roles of Project Manager, Consultant and Team Lead on myriad, diverse and complex projects

Greg currently delivers Project & Stakeholder Management Planning training, Project Planning | Coaching and Advisory support services and facilitates Strategic/Workplan Planning for Environmental Project Management & Sustainability Solutions


Projects Mr Philliban has been involved with as a Project Consultant/Manager include:

  • Tlicho Government, NWT | Lands Regulatory Processes Project
  • Waabnoong Bemjiwang Association of First Nations, ON | Children’s Wellbeing Service Designation ProjectProperty Asset Reporting System Project; Housing Authority Policy Development; Housing and Infrastructure Center of Excellence Project
  • T'suu T'ina Nation, AB | Spring Bank Reservoir - Alternative Environmental Assessment and Community & Public Awareness Project
  • Toronto & Region Conservation Authority | Source Water Protection Planning Project
  • Conservation Ontario | Ontario Clean Water Act Stakeholder Consultation & Information Management Requirements Project
  • Grenville Land Stewardship Council | Riparian Habitat Restoration & Rehabilitation Project, Species at Risk Agricultural Community Public Engagement Project
  • Canadian Parks & Wilderness (CPAWS) | Algonquin to Adirondack Greater Ecosystem Atlas
  • Canadian Food Inspection Agency | National Real Property Information Management Requirements Project
  • Canadian Association of Family Enterprise | National Marketing, Fundraising & Public Relations Campaign


Projects Mr Philliban has been involved with as a Team Leader include:

  • Project Management Institute: Maturity Measurement Update, Organizational Project Management (OPM3)
  • Project Shepherds of Good Hope (Ottawa): New Millennium Project


Private Sector & Academic Instructor Positions Mr Philliban has held include:

  • Canadian Management Centre (CMC), Project Management Centre of Excellence
  • Algonquin College School of Part-Time Studies, Project Management Certificate Program
  • Algonquin College School of Business, E-Supply Chain Management Degree Program


Public Speaking Engagements

  • 2013 Northern Territories Water Wastewater Association Conference: Sustainable Community Infrastructure
  • 2012 Environmental Services Association of Alberta, WaterTech Conference: Source Water Protection - From Concept to Plan
  • 2007 Project Management Institute, Ottawa Chapter Symposium: Ontario Clean Water Act Case Study - Source Water Protection From Concept to Plan
  • 2006 Project Management Institute, Ottawa Chapter Symposium: Organizational Project Management Maturity Model (OPM3) - A Strategy for Achieving Project Management Performance by Engineering the Process