Guillaume Dulude, PhD is a best-selling author specializing in relationship psychology, interpersonal communication strategies and leadership development.
Guillaume has been studying, practicing and teaching communication psychology, interpersonal skills and leadership development strategies for 20 years. He holds a B.A. in Communication and Business Administration and a Ph.D. in Neuropsychology and Clinical Psychology (psyd) from the University of Quebec in Montreal, focusing on cognitive processes, attentional systems and consciousness.
As passionate about the theories and foundations of human development as he is about putting them into practice, Guillaume is also an extreme adventurer. He has tested and confirmed the effectiveness of his methods in nearly a hundred countries, including the tribes of Ethiopia, Papua New Guinea and the remote communities of Iraq. He distinguishes himself not only with his innovative concepts and teachings, but also with his practical demonstration of communication strategies in all settings, types of relationships and cultural contexts. Guillaume is dedicated to demonstrating what humans have in common, not what divides them.
We can currently see him on TV5 at the helm of the show Tribal which he co-directed. The latter is nominated in two categories at the 2020 Gemini Awards Gala: Best Documentary Series: Society and Best Photography Direction: Public Affairs, Documentary – Series. The year 2021 promises to be very inspiring for Guillaume. He was featured on Demain tout est possible as a guest specialist on the Plateforme VRAI and he also appears every Monday on the TVA program Marie-Claude as a guest specialist. His book “Je suis un chercheur d’or, les mécanismes de la communication et des relations humaines” (I am a gold digger, the mechanisms of communication and human relations) became a best-seller in just a few days and is now available in several European countries. This book is revealing itself as a new light on the meaning of relationships and interpersonal communication.
In addition to proving himself on television, he has hosted his radio show Ni noir ni blanc on 98.5 Montreal.