the Might behind mightywrite

Leanne Fournier

Writer

Leanne is MightyWrite’s lead business writer and story teller. Her goal is always to take clients beyond their expectations and innovate how their stories are told. One client coined the phrase “delegating up” for Leanne’s fearless approach for engaging business owners and leaders throughout the process. A common theme in her writing is interpreting how these stories affect people and places.

She says:  “Humanizing your story is the way to share your brand message, engage your audience and drive action based on the emotional response your story inspires.”

She applies this principle whether she’s writing about mental health, beer, bookkeeping, or a septic field. She always looks for ways to help people find solutions to problems they might be having or discovering something that can make their lives better.

One of Leanne’s favourite quotes is by Danish author, Isak Dinesen (Out of Africa):

 “All sorrows can be borne if you can put them into a story.”

In her mind, all problems can be solved when we take the time to share and learn from them.

Leanne is a much-published writer and blogger on topics such as mental health, lake life, workplaces, innovation, entrepreneurship, community development, animal health, environmental and social issues, financial planning, fitness and food. She is co-author of a book on the evolution of workplace mental health in Canada.

She and her partner, Michael, work, live, play, and are perpetually inspired by nature’s unfolding story in their home along the shores of a great river.

 

Cast of Others

Our Heroes

We partner with some amazing outside writers, editors, proofreaders, and translators to increase our capacity and help raise the bar on the work we do.

Michael Fournier, formerly of MightyWrite, continues to be our lead photographer and sounding board for all things visual and beautiful.


Associations

Charter for Canadian employers supporting workplace mental healthWe are proud to be among the first Canadian companies to sign the Charter for Canadian Employers Supporting Mental Health. This is a cause close to our hearts and one we write about often. We invite you to join us in supporting the cause by visiting Mindful Employer Canada.

 

1. Engaging readers

Besides her obvious talents with the written word, Leanne has the uncanny ability to creatively convey the tone, mood or beat of a topic. Not only does this make for an enjoyable read that draws in even the most stubborn skimmer, but she also manages to balance her pieces in a way that continues to tickle the reader’s mind throughout the day.
Wendy Swantson, President, www.etouchservices.com

3. Experience and understanding

I wouldn’t be where I am today if it wasn’t for brilliant and strong women like you! I so appreciate being able to surround myself with your insight and experience.
Sarah Jenner, Executive Director, Mindful Employer Canada

2. Managing ideas and projects

Leanne is a creative, driven, organized project manager. She sees the finish line and knows how to create the step-by-step plan to reach her clients’ goals.
Murray Moman, Red River College, Co-author of Business Communication for Success (Flat World Knowledge 2012).

4. Development and detail

You want to deal with a pro in thought, word and deed, in ethics and process with standards that are higher than your own. Leanne is that kind of pro and that’s why her clients stay clients wherever they go. (For anything less there’s no excuse … with apologies to Dr. Suess).
Dan O’Dell, O’Dell Advertising

Awards

We are Workplace Strategies for Mental Health logothrilled to be associated with the work of the Great-West Life Centre for Mental Health in the Workplace which has been the recipient of a number of awards related to this important work. webaward.org