Sandeep is a Leadership Advisor and Change Management professional leading Multilevel Leadership Consulting (MLC) Inc., which is in the business of helping leaders and organizations develop and enhance their change leadership capacity and capabilities through advisory, consulting, training, and coaching services. She also teaches executive, graduate, and undergraduate programs in business and psychology across multiple universities in Ontario.
Dr. Richard Davis, Ph.D., is President/CEO of Kilberry Leadership Advisors, a firm of I/O psychologists that provides assessment and development services to investors, CEO's, and key corporate leaders. Using psychological insight and business experience, he helps companies create value by developing extraordinary leadership, hiring the right people, backing the right management teams, and navigating through periods of leadership transition.
Pylin Chuapetcharasopon, PhD, is a workplace scientist and organizational psychology consultant. Currently, she works at Rogers Communications as a Senior Research Consultant, Organization Development, where she leads the learning evaluation efforts for operational learning programs. Prior to joining Rogers, Pylin worked at the RCMP in research and analytics and Fortune 100 companies in talent management. Beyond using people analytics to help leaders make informed decisions, she is passionate about cross-cultural effectiveness in the workplace. Pylin completed her PhD in Industrial/Organizational Psychology at the University of Waterloo.
Geoff Ho is a Senior Manager and Behavioral Scientist using research and analytics to shape Rogers' management strategy for its 30,000 employees. Prior to joining Rogers, Geoff worked at Google's People Analytics team and four Fortune/Forbes Global 1000 Companies, received a PhD specializing in Organizational Behavior at UCLA, and obtained both a Master of Industrial Relations and Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Toronto. His award-winning research has shaped government legislation and organizational policies, been published in prestigious academic journals and best-selling books, and received global media coverage.
Stephanie Goyert is a Manager and the National Chief of Staff for Human Capital consulting in Canada. She specializes in team effectiveness and leadership development at the executive levels; with teams, she facilitates highly complex conversations to drive alignment, and with individuals, she leverages rigorous assessment and development tools to identify potential and coach for performance. She holds a Masters of Applied Science in I/O psychology from the University of Waterloo.
Ji-A Min is a Data Scientist at Ideal, a recruitment automation software company. Her interests include AI for recruitment, workplace diversity, and people analytics and her work has been featured in The Atlantic, TechRepublic, and Forbes. She has a Master's in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the University of Waterloo.
Adam Christian is a User Experience Designer with the Innovation Hub at Multi-Health Systems Inc. He has a Master’s degree in cognitive psychology from Concordia University in Montreal, and has experience working in the fields of health-care and human factors. Adam’s recent work has included the development of a mental-health risk-assessment intended to be used with employee wellness programs and has studied the relationships between mental well-being and productivity at work.
Elyse Maltin, Ph.D., works as an Associate Consultant with JMW Consultants, a global transformational business performance consultancy. She works with clients to create and realize dramatic shifts in their personal, team, and organizational performance. Elyse completed her M.Sc. and Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology at Western University.
Dr. Tom Oliver is a manager within the Organizational Development practice at Rogers Communication Inc. For 8 years he has worked as both an internal and external consultant with a focus on assessment, leadership development, employee engagement, and selection. Tom has previously worked for Cenovus Energy Inc., and BlackBerry.
Dr. Rick Lash is a senior client partner at Korn Ferry Hay Group. Over the past 30 years he has worked with organizations on a range of talent management issues including executive team development, career paths, succession planning and executive coaching. In addition to his consulting experience Rick has published widely on topics of leadership development and organizational transformation.
Dr. Michael McFadden is a Senior Consultant for Korn Ferry Hay Group, based in the Firm’s Toronto office. Mr. McFadden works with a diverse range of global clients, specializing in leadership assessment, high potential development, succession management, and team effectiveness. He is also an experienced facilitator, who has deigned and led workshops with senior executives on topics impacting a variety of talent strategy issues. He has also published his research concerning variables impacting cross-cultural leadership effectiveness in professional conferences and peer reviewed journals.
Dr. Tammy Heermann is a sought-after advisor at Lee Hecht Harrison Knightsbridge who helps individuals and organizations get serious about leadership. Over the past 20 years she has developed pioneering and multiple award-winning programs aimed at changing mindsets, advancing skillsets, and sustaining deliberate practices to achieve high performance. Passionate about advancing female leaders, she is specifically sought out by Fortune 500 companies for her expertise in gender diversity and programs that accelerate female talent.
Cheddi Suddith is a Regional Leader and Senior Organizational Psychology Consultant at SPB. Over the past 16 years, he has led multiple mandates geared toward identifying leadership potential at all levels within organizations, helping them recognize and define the criteria for their success and matching talents in order to achieve business goals and continue to grow and evolve through their people. He is a regular facilitator of workshops and seminars on a variety of topics related to leadership and individual, as well as team performance at work.
Dr. Paul Van Katwyk is a senior client partner at Korn Ferry Hay Group. He has spent the last 25 years consulting around talent management issues with a focus on succession planning and the related activities of high potential identification and development. Having lived and worked around the globe has provided him with the opportunities to experience leadership trends across different regions, industries and levels of leadership.