Meet our Go Getters
Go Get Coaching and Consulting and partners have over 40 years of collective experience in proposals, business development, marketing, coaching and consulting. We have broad industry experience, enabling us to meet the unique needs of a variety of clients.
It’s rare that you come across standout talent like Hilary. I hired her to run a very complex, high dollar value, P3 bid as a Proposal Manager. I was particularly impressed by her ability to effortlessly juggle multiple priorities, to command a room and get people on board, and stay on top of the hugely complex proposal with very tight timelines – all while maintaining a positivity that made her an absolute pleasure to work with. As a team member or a leader, Hilary earns my highest recommendation and would be an asset to any team.
– Debbie Carreiro, Senior Proposal Manager, Amazon Web Services, Canada
Hilary is a very dedicated and professional Proposal Manager that understands intimately the process required for RFQ’s and RFP’s and is able to assimilate sophisticated and complicated documents in a large team environment. Hilary worked as a consultant for Flatiron from Sept 2018 to end of Jan 2019 during a very heavy overflow period and fitted seamlessly within the team and provided strong leadership. She is a valued resource and we appreciate her expertise.
– Steve Small, VP, Development, Flatiron Construction Corporation
I recently used Go+Get to help us through a busy crunch of proposal submissions that were all due at the same time. Hilary was flexible and responsive. She jumped right into the team and was able to quickly catch up on the progress we had already made and then helped the team get our submission across the line. Hilary was professional, dedicated and met every deadline put before her. I would highly recommend Hilary and Go+Get!
– Isabel Ladeira, Senior Proposal Manager, Dragados Canada, Inc.
Meet the Founder
Hilary is Founder and Principal of Go Get Coaching and Consulting, which she created to help clients win more work by providing timely, professional and efficient proposal management, marketing and business development services and related coaching, consulting and training.
She has over 20 years’ experience in business development and marketing and has coached people on related topics from the employee to senior executive level (VP, CEO, etc).
She has broad industry experience, including work in the following areas: professional services (A/E/C), IT software and hardware, minerals and metals, economic development.
She is a professional Proposal Manager with management experience in the A/E/C industry and has extensive experience in business development planning.
Meet Hilary’s Collaborator
Michele Rochon has led proposals for 20 years in senior management roles for four global engineering/consulting firms: AECOM, Tetra Tech, WSP and Stantec. Michele achieved Foundation Level Accreditation with the APMP in 2007, and went on to lead global proposal teams for civil engineering and design consulting projects for several years. Michele has spent her career developing innovative tools for B2B sales and business development strategy.
She’s delivered hundreds of workshops and webinars on proposal management, storytelling, editing and business strategy and turned that learning into a set of games, templates and models for best practices. Rochon has a playful and imaginative approach to proposal work that delights and inspires professionals around the globe.
Go Get Coaching and Consulting is in business to help you free up time, resources, and creativity that can then be directed toward what you do best. We align ourselves with like-minded experts in several innovative ﬁelds, including Customer Experience (CX) Strategy, Relationship Intelligence and CRM Automation. Working as a team, we can help your company grow without limits.
Start a Play Movement
Through our partnership with An Hour of Play, we can help anyone start a play movement where they work. Play engages people and makes them more productive. It also helps them learn and evolve. It makes them more creative. It lets them blow off steam in constructive ways, relieve stress, and re-energize. It helps them discover what they truly enjoy in their work, and how they can find lasting joy and satisfaction in it. It can heal and restore relationships, and help morale recover from economic downturn and layoffs. It can build togetherness and community, strengthening your teams for tough days ahead.