6 Responses to A Remembrance of Dr. Michel Tétreault
Well done. You captured michel’s spirit and passion so well. For me it was “so Murray”.
Well said, John. Thank you for sharing…. we’ll all miss Michel.
I am deeply saddened by this news. Michel’s humble, thoughtful, and determined leadership has been an inspiration to me.
Thank you, John, for capturing his essence so well.
It is an important time to pause, reflect and celebrate the value of a life well lived. In our conversations, Michel never saw himself as a mentor, although I think he would be happy to be called an encouraging friend. He certainly has been to me in the precious times I got to spend with him on several occasions thanks to HVN.
I am so grateful I had a chance to go to spend time with Michel in his gemba at St Boniface.
He is the epitome of a great lean leader in healthcare, fiercely committed to quality, and gentle with those who are learning. A true leader’s leader.
This is a beautiful tribute to a dear friend and colleague. He has made my personal learning journey easier & harder at the same time with his provocative questioning and wonderful ability to get me to think more deeply.
Michel, je vous remercie pour votre gentillesse et générosité. Tu me manque!
You had connected me with Michel for a potential keynote speaking opportunity in Alaska. They had invited me to speak and also wanted someone from healthcare. Michel and I had several conversations and I had recommended him as a co-keynote. Unfortunately the conference was later canceled, so I never met him. But we did have several great conversations. I’m certain his legacy will live on….which is all one can ask…for a meaningful life.