Dev Ramcharan

I love peeling away layers to get to the truth of what is at the core of things. What is under the surface creates culture, behaviour, character and opportunity. As a child I taught myself basic archaeology and combed our land, unearthing artefacts that were centuries old. As an intellectual omnivore, I paint, draw, illustrate garments by hand and write poetry, always looking for deeper truths, searching for essences. But above all else, I love exploring the layers within people – helping them to push higher and deeper, to remove any constraints on achieving greatness, right where they are, right now.

Dev Ramcharan

Dev has over 20 years of senior leadership and consulting experience across multiple industries, serving in both public and private sector organizations.

Dev focuses on helping organizations and individuals to achieve sustainable change. Dev’s more than 2 decades of leadership in Healthcare, Financial Services and Telecommunications and his in-depth entrepreneurial and Board experience provide a deep pool of knowledge for use in serving clients’ needs. Dev is a certified Project Management Professional, a Prosci Change Management Practitioner, a certified Career Transition Coach, a Minds at Work Immunity to Change Process Facilitator, a certified EQi 2.0 Emotional Intelligence Assessor, Trainer and Coach, a certified Corporate Trainer and has served on four Not For Profit Boards.


  • Strategy Development & Execution
  • Enterprise Risk Management Model Development
  • Leadership Coaching and Development
  • Organizational Culture Change
  • Emotional Effectiveness Training and development
  • Project Management Centre of Excellence and PMO development

Industries Covered

  • Healthcare
  • Municipal Government
  • Technology / IT
  • Telecommunications
  • Software Development

My favorite business quotes:

“The fastest way to change yourself is to hang out with people who are already the way you want to be.” — Reid Hoffman, LinkedIn co-founder

“The most dangerous poison is the feeling of achievement. The antidote is to every evening think what can be done better tomorrow.” — Ingvar Kamprad, founder of IKEA

“The last 10% it takes to launch something takes as much energy as the first 90%.” — Rob Kalin, founder of Etsy

Helping at every stage of your organization's lifecycle...

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