Mike Kujawski has over 20 years of experience as a management consultant, trainer, and professional speaker for government, non-profit, and association clients in Canada and around the globe. His specialty areas include strategic marketing, social (behaviour change) marketing, strategic communications, social media strategy development, social network analysis, organizational branding, and strategic planning. He primarily works with public sector and non-profit organizations that are trying to achieve positive societal outcomes. Mike is frequently asked to speak at major conferences and events covering various topics ranging from the latest disruptive digital trends and the evolution of digital culture to ethical social (behaviour change) marketing techniques and best practices.
Mike’s consulting and training work stretches across four continents and involves a variety of industries ranging from health and education to justice and the environment. He has recently worked on initiatives relating to vaccine hesitancy, fire safety, drug-impaired driving, electric vehicles, anti-racism, digital currency adoption, and the impact of artificial intelligence on society. Some of Mike’s clients include Bank of Canada, Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Yukon Government, Public Health Agency of Canada, Region of Peel, United Nations Development Programme, Office of the Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner, Elections Canada, the Government of Kazakhstan and the Government of Sharjah, UAE.
As a trainer, Mike has delivered public and in-house training workshops across Canada and internationally to thousands of public servants and non-profit workers. He has developed and instructed multiple university certificate courses, including the Professional Certificate in Public Sector Marketing Program (Carleton University), the Certificate in Digital and Social Media Strategy for Social Good (Carleton University), and the Social Media Engagement Certificate (Brandon University), all geared specifically at the public and non-profit sectors.