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Stephen Diotte

Stephen Diotte BA, MIR, MBA, is a Calgary-based consultant who provides his talent solutions expertise for clients across Canada and in the US. His areas of expertise include compensation, talent management, organization development, optimization of the HR function, change leadership and management, and labour relations.

Stephen has a proven track record helping clients solve their toughest people issues in North America and abroad. He has published numerous articles on strategic workforce planning and talent strategy, and has applied this expertise to help his resource sector clients attract, retain, and motivate their workforces. He has led the design and implementation of compensation programs, including short-term and both cash and stock-based long-term incentives. He has also assessed the impact of compensation in the context of broader-based talent strategy.

Organizational health and culture are also a key area of practice for Stephen. Many companies face unique challenges as they try to balance the needs of corporate and field-based or operational staff. It is not uncommon for these organizations to lean on compensation as a means of addressing these challenges. Stephen believes that a more robust approach to managing talent that includes a focus on organizational health is the most direct path to optimizing productivity and performance.

Stephen set up his own consulting practice after leaving McKinsey & Company where he was an Associate Partner. He also draws on experience that includes serving as the North American Energy and Resources Leader for Mercer Human Capital Consulting, the Managing Partner of Deloitte Consulting in Calgary and as Vice President Human Resources, Information Technology and Corporate Services for a publicly traded upstream oil producer. Stephen has a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the Richard Ivey School of Business, a Master’s degree in Industrial Relations from the University of Toronto, and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Carleton University. He is a Certified Management Consultant.

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