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Jane Kilpatrick

Certified Workplace Investigator & Conflict Mediation Specialist


    • HR management
    • Workplace Investigations
    • Change management
    • Conflict resolution and restoring the workplace
    • Coaching for optimal performance
    • Public speaking

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PhilosophyIn a word: People

Jane is an out of the box HR professional who has devoted herself to improving people’s experience in their workplace lives. She is both forward looking and practical in appreciating that positive change takes time and effort but is ultimately achievable and long lasting.

Certified Human Resources Leader (CHRL), Advanced Studies Human Resources: University of Toronto, Human Resources Certificate: Ryerson University, Professional Certification Business Administration at Schulich School of Business: York University, Accredited Executive Compensation Program: HRPA (Human Resources Professionals Association), ACT Executive Coaching: Adler Institute, Certificate in Labour Law: Osgoode Professional Development


For many years, Jane was a Divisional Vice President of Human Resources for a global organization leading and partnering with the leadership team and people. She has been a keynote speaker at industry and university functions addressing employee engagement, the employee experience, change management and the roles of leaders. Jane appeared on a television series, “Professionally Speaking” which addressed the challenges facing organizations, talent acquisition and retention. In 2012, Jane was named as one of 25 Top Women of Influence in Toronto.


In grade 10, Jane enthusiastically entered the running for high school President. The result of the election was a tie between Jane and Tracy, a grade 12 student. A runoff vote was called for but Jane decided quickly to concede and allow Tracy to enjoy her last opportunity to be President. The experience mattered most.

An interesting tidbit

As everyone who knows Jane would attest, she is a dyed-in-the-wool fashionista and you will never see Jane wear the same outfit twice.



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