About Us

"We believe supervisors are crucial to an organization’s success, and many are not given adequate training for their important roles."


TREE for Supervisors provides supervisor and employee development for all sizes of organizations, anywhere in the world. Our work is based on the Canadian Psychological Health & Safety Standard, with the philosophy that a psychologically healthy and safe workplace leads to satisfaction, engagement, and productivity.



Pictured above is Treena Chabot. Treena is the author of MeYouQ: Life-Changing Protocols for People Leaders and is a Chartered Human Resources Professional. She has 18 years experience as a team leader and business administration instructor - including innovation, honest conversations, consensus building, facilitation of learning, integrity, effective negotiating, and reaching compromise. Before this, she was a supervisor of young workers and was successful in training, motivating, and managing different personalities. She is a CMHA Certified Psychological Health and Safety Advisor and possesses Bachelor of Commerce (Hons.) and Bachelor of Education degrees. She will bring you the tools to work successfully with diverse groups of employees and lead with psychological health and safety at the forefront.



Shauna Stevenson has over 10 years of experience in the biotechnology industry and has participated in several publications. Over her career she has worked in research and development, quality assurance and clinical operations support. Shauna holds Bachelor of Science (Hons.) and Master’s of Science (Biochemistry & Medical Genetics) degrees, and is certified as an auditor. She has a passion for helping people achieve success, and works as a Supervisor Development Specialist with TREE for Supervisors to help people build stronger, more productive relationships. She continues to consult in the biotech industry and works occasionally as a copy editor. 




Please approach us with your ideas and needs. We will customize training to meet your specific requirements. 



Training in Retaining and Engaging Employees



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