FAVOURITE Activity
Ski and après-ski next to a fire
BOOK OF CHOICE
Tiohtiá:ke, Michel Jean
PREFERRED PLACE
St-Côme, Québec

Amelie Lajoie

Project Manager

I love life very much and I want peoplearound me to be happy. I'm lucky, my relatives feel the same way! I sense thiscommon thread in all members of the TouriScope team: we take care of each otherand the world around us. Some have a personal agenda, I am totally in acollective agenda.

I come from a technology background where Iworked in human resources for fifteen years. At the age of 40, I started acareer transition. I naturally felt the need to base my knowledge on training -a master's degree in tourism - and became interested in the French-Canadianidentity. The subject fascinates me, as does the indigenous culture that Istrive to better understand and get to know.

My experience in technology helps me in mywork at TouriScope. The world of tourism has huge stakes: talent retention andacquisition are among the most strategic. The technology world is all aboutmoving quickly, always being ahead of trends, knowing how to evolve rapidly andbeing innovative. Sounds like tourism, doesn't it?

So I bring a certain expertise, but I learnfrom my teammates with each project. We mutually enrich each other in order tocreate a collective added value. This encourages change and moving away from"usual" practices.

Approachable, I inspire confidence. But Ihave effective gentleness. When I lead a project, my team and I deliver whileapproaching the work with humor and pleasure, lots of exchanges and feedback. Ilike to see this journey through and to live a complete adventure. Like on atrip: the customer needs to be accompanied and to obtain tangible results,whether they are photos, memories or the desire to return.

ACTIVITÉ FAVORITE
Ski and après-ski next to a fire
LIVRE COUP DE COEUR
Tiohtiá:ke, Michel Jean
LIEU PRÉFÉRÉ
St-Côme, Québec

Amelie Lajoie

Project Manager

I love life very much and I want peoplearound me to be happy. I'm lucky, my relatives feel the same way! I sense thiscommon thread in all members of the TouriScope team: we take care of each otherand the world around us. Some have a personal agenda, I am totally in acollective agenda.

I come from a technology background where Iworked in human resources for fifteen years. At the age of 40, I started acareer transition. I naturally felt the need to base my knowledge on training -a master's degree in tourism - and became interested in the French-Canadianidentity. The subject fascinates me, as does the indigenous culture that Istrive to better understand and get to know.

My experience in technology helps me in mywork at TouriScope. The world of tourism has huge stakes: talent retention andacquisition are among the most strategic. The technology world is all aboutmoving quickly, always being ahead of trends, knowing how to evolve rapidly andbeing innovative. Sounds like tourism, doesn't it?

So I bring a certain expertise, but I learnfrom my teammates with each project. We mutually enrich each other in order tocreate a collective added value. This encourages change and moving away from"usual" practices.

Approachable, I inspire confidence. But Ihave effective gentleness. When I lead a project, my team and I deliver whileapproaching the work with humor and pleasure, lots of exchanges and feedback. Ilike to see this journey through and to live a complete adventure. Like on atrip: the customer needs to be accompanied and to obtain tangible results,whether they are photos, memories or the desire to return.