Kim is an established leader of business strategy and corporate culture development.
With more than 20 years of strategic management experience in Human Capital management and Operations including seven years at the executive level, Kim has excelled in both consulting and corporate capacities. Her credentials include maximizing organizational performance, driving cultural change and generating transformational results with national retail brands such as Tim Hortons, Winners, Grand & Toy, Sobeys and The Bargain! Shop. As Kim observes, “Enhancing performance may begin as a special project but to make a difference in your business, it must become an every day part of your corporate culture and operational processes.”
Helping clients to communicate their culture and brand internally is one of the special qualities Kim brings to Spyder Works.
As the Vice President of Spyder Works, Kim helps companies identify opportunities within their people practices to produce improved bottom line results. A strong corporate brand needs to speak to the market but also to the employees who make the brand come alive through customer contact and through innovative thinking. Using training, executive coaching, assessments, team building and organizational alignment Kim is able to help organizations realize transformational results.
An in-demand speaker on leadership and strategy development, team performance and employee engagement, Kim has
been a feature guest on CKLG radio’s “Ask the Expert” segment, a Panelist on “The Recession as Seen by Canada’s Top Retail President’s/CEOs” for Retail Advertising & Marketing Canada and a featured speaker for “Human Resources as a Strategic Business Partner” for the International Institute for Research; “Recruitment & Retention Superconference” for the Canadian Institute; and “Leveraging Internet Technology for Recruitment” for Infonex.
Kim has a Bachelor of Commerce from McGill University and a Human ResourceManagement degree from Humber College. She has been a CHRP for 10 years and has held bilingual positions in English and French.