Dr. Mary Donohue is CEO of the Donohue Mentoring System, which pairs CEOs with students. She is also a professor at Ryerson University and Dalhousie University. According to Donohue, trust has become a form of currency in the social media age because it is the one thing you can’t buy.
Dr. Mary Donohue designs systems that train ethical leaders. She helps corporations reach their objectives through a licensed training program The Donohue Mentoring System, enabling people to lead when no one is listening. This is particularly useful when working with “millennials.”
Mary boasts a history of achievement in CSR, public relations, and leadership, evidenced by the sales growth her efforts have realized, and by her rapid advancement with such companies as MolsonCoors, Standard Broadcasting, Miller, Honda and Nike and by the many awards she has received in her career.
Mary is a columnist for the Financial Post, and has written for international magazines on leadership, CSR and mentoring issues. Her television experiences include, GlobalTV, business correspondent for CP24, and host of Rogers Daytime.
Dr. Donohue’s first book, E-Commerce Made Easy, was a top seller in 2000. Her second book, about leadership, was written with Jack Canfield and Deepak Chopra. Mary’s latest book is titled The Donohue Mentoring System™. She earned her doctorate from Central Michigan University and interned with Paul Newman and his Hole in the Wall Camps.
Currently, Dr. Donohue teaches corporate social responsibility at Dalhousie University’s Faculty of Graduate Studies. She also teaches logic and research at Ryerson University, Early Childhood Studies, in Toronto. At the Sam M. Walton College of Business, University of Arkansas, Department of Executive Education, Dr. Mary is their in-house mentoring expert.
Bio information from DrMaryDonohue.com