Axelle Flemming

Director, Talent

Axelle serves as a director in the Strategic Sourcing + Business Optimization (SSBO) practice within the Advisory business at HBR Consulting (HBR). Axelle focuses on talent, leadership development, and strategic initiatives, both for SSBO and the Talent team within Operations. Axelle has over 14 years of experience as a management consultant, project and change manager, team leader and builder, negotiator and solution executor. Her knowledge and expertise in leadership development, coaching and training and development uniquely positions herself in this role within HBR.

Axelle’s professional experience includes strategic sourcing, department evaluation and redesign, large scale change management projects, legal library sourcing and strategic initiatives (RIS) as well as developing and leading SSBO’s internal operations service and team.

Axelle graduated from the Richard Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario with a degree with honors in business administration and is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in organizational leadership. She is also a certified Leadership Coach through IPEC Coaching, Legal Lean Six Sigma (White Belt) and a certified YA200 yoga and mindfulness teacher.

Axelle enjoys traveling and experiencing different cultures and people around the world. She has young three children that keep her grounded and engaged!

Contact Info

(714) 614-8259

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