Circle - Artificial intelligence at the service of your organization

Everyone agrees that artificial intelligence will have major impacts on organizations and businesses. Firstly, automating repetitive tasks will increase operational efficiency and reduce costs. Additionally, AI will enable advanced data analysis, thus facilitating decision-making based on precise and real-time information. Customers, on the other hand, will be offered personalized services thanks to AI's ability to understand and predict their needs. Finally, AI will transform business models by opening up new opportunities for innovation and growth.   Leaders and managers interested in artificial intelligence and its transformative potential, take advantage of this circle to exchange ideas on its use cases and prerequisites.

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  • Duration: 3 days
  • Regular price: $750
  • Preferential price: $750

Course outline


Patrick Fortin


Leaders and managers interested in artificial intelligence and its transformative potential, take advantage of this circle to exchange ideas on its use cases and prerequisites.


  • A circle consists of three (3) sessions.
  • The duration of each session is 90 minutes.
  • Sessions take place every two (2) weeks to allow for progress tracking and ongoing problem resolution.
Challenges addressed
  1. Session 1: Démystifying AI and its transformative potential (business case)
  2. Session 2: The challenges and success factors of responsible AI
  3. Session 3: Strategies for implementing AI in organizations


Surrounded by peers from various organizations, address issues and themes related to your reality and professional challenges. Experience the power of synergies and shared experiences to act confidently on a daily basis. Leave the circle with new ideas, innovative concepts, and new research applicable immediately.

Participants from different organizations form a learning group. Each brings their own professional challenges and concerns.

Learning method

Experience Sharing: Each participant has the opportunity to share their experiences, thoughts, and specific issues with their circle (group). Sharing is structured, with a designated time for each participant.
Discussion and Feedback: Circle members listen, ask questions, and also offer relevant ideas, suggestions, and feedback.
Co-Creation of Solutions: The group collaborates to generate solutions to the presented challenges. Each participant contributes their expertise and perspective.
Action: Participants leave with new ideas, innovative concepts, and practical recommendations that they can apply in their respective work environments.
Confidentiality: Discussions in the coaching circle are confidential, fostering a safe environment for open sharing and vulnerability.
An Afi U. Circle brings together professionals from diverse backgrounds to discuss their challenges, share experiences, generate collaborative solutions, and leave with practical ideas to implement in their daily work. It is a powerful approach to learning and professional development.

Surround yourself with the best

Frédéric Paradis
Frédéric Paradis
Certified Trainer and Cloud Architect
As a certified Microsoft trainer, Frédéric describes himself as a Cloud magician who easily navigates the mythical space between technology and reality.
Marc Maisonneuve
Marc Maisonneuve
Training program director
Marc Maisonneuve has acted as a Training Program Director, professional effectiveness trainer and user tools practice leader at AFI for several years. Mr. Maisonneuve is known for his analytical skills, his legendary calm and his undeniable desire to encourage people to develop their skills. He has the ability to present technological solutions in a natural way and to adapt them to the concrete needs of the workplace.
Vicky Moreau
Vicky Moreau
Vicky Moreau is a passionate freelancer and professional in the area of office automation. She holds a college diploma in office automation, most of her solid experience with the Office Suite was acquired while being an autodidact. In fact, she has successfully completed an MOS (Microsoft Office Specialist) Excel certification.
Francis Ferland-Stevenson
Francis Ferland-Stevenson
Francis began as a trainer more than 5 years ago by testing office automation tools designed specifically to met the needs of his colleagues. His calm and his empathy makes him able to adapt his language according to the level of experience of the group. This makes his learnings clear and accessible to anyone. As a trainer, he is therefore attentive to the needs of his students to make sure they meet their objectives and face the challenges.