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Kate Sikerbol

Kate Sikerbol is an organizational consultant and coach, recognized for her expertise and commitment to developing leaders and building change capability in organizations.  She has designed and delivered change management and leadership development programs, facilitated team building using strengths-based and appreciative approaches, facilitated strategic planning, and provided leadership assessments and coaching to managers and executives. As an avid lifelong learner and OD practitioner, Kate brings practical wisdom and a sense of humour to every workshop and client engagement.  She is passionate about helping individuals, organizations, and communities develop, change, innovate, and thrive.

Kate has held director level roles with responsibility for talent management and organization development at Humber College and Laurentian University, executive management roles in healthcare, and taught at the undergraduate level at Ryerson University and George Brown College.  As an independent consultant, she has worked with business and industry, municipal, provincial, and federal levels of government, in healthcare and higher education.  Kate is a trained facilitator in several dialogic OD methodologies, including AI (appreciative inquiry) and World Cafe, and completed coaching training with Adler International Learning, and the Immunity to Change Program with Minds at Work.

Kate holds a PhD in Human and Organizational Systems from Fielding Graduate University, a Master of Arts from Fielding Graduate University, a Master of Education from the University of Toronto, and an Honours BA (Psychology) from the University of Western Ontario. Her research interests include organizational change, relational leadership, and voice in organizations. She is currently a fellow at the Institute for Social Innovation at Fielding.

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