Monique Daigneault MS
Monique Daigneault is a seasoned Human Resources professional who brings to AIIR over three decades of corporate and entrepreneurial experience. As an executive coach and dynamic facilitator, Monique is known for her directive, yet collaborative, approach to leader development. She has the unique ability to build immediate trust and quickly get leaders into alignment with their true values and desired direction. Monique has developed an enhanced intuition based on years of corporate lessons learned and, coupled with her strong listening skills, guides leaders to solve their core pain points, be more influential, and have a higher impact in their organizations. Leaders benefit from practical and behavioral changes that are sustainable and measurable.
Monique coaches senior leaders who want to increase their executive influence so that they can lead by example and have a higher impact on their team and within their organization. She is committed to working with those who are technically superior but need to improve their soft skills. Monique’s approach helps C-suite leaders align first with themselves then with their organization and team while also improving health and work life balance.
As a lifelong learner, Monique has achieved seven industry specific certifications, a Bachelor of Science in Management, and a Master of Science in Industrial / Organizational Psychology. She is a graduate of an ICF recognized coach training program and an Accredited Senior Coach. Monique is a contributing author to the Random House best seller, Ophelia’s Mom. The depth and breadth of Monique’s knowledge gives her a unique perspective into the development needs of senior leaders.
Monique is originally from Michigan and now resides in sunny Scottsdale, Arizona. She has two adult daughters and four grandchildren. As a former competitive bodybuilder, Monique enjoys weightlifting, hiking, yoga, and Pilates. She has accomplished nine tandem skydiving jumps across the United States. Monique volunteers for two months each year in Europe where she teaches Business English to foreign business executives.