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Career Compass Canada partners with clients to develop strategic people solutions that align with business needs, strategic objectives and successfully manage change. Optimizing talent is key to ensure continuous growth, innovation and leadership at all levels of the organization. We do this by listening to our clients and developing solutions in a collaborative framework that ensures strategies address challenges and are sustainable. We have worked with hundreds of clients for more than 25 years across a range of sectors both private and public addressing challenges and opportunities that accompany change, expansion and alignment.  Our specialized division Executive Coach Global provides excellence in leadership training and executive development both mid level and senior roles delivered by our ICF credentialed team. Our delivery is available in both official languages.

Our multidisciplinary team of executive coaches, career transition specialists and HR consultants design and deliver customized services through these key areas:

Talent Development: Developing people and teams through our engagement, leadership and executive coaching platforms.

Career Transition: Providing departing employees regardless of age or role with high quality and personal transition professional coaching for successful landing and career development.

Career Management: Assisting employees to understand the importance of managing their careers by planning, establishing goals, continuous professional and personal improvement.

Human Resources Consulting: Providing specialized support services to address specific challenges by designing and delivering solutions that are focused and sustainable.


Career Partners International (CPI) – World Partner

Career Compass Canada’s  World Partner for Talent Management Solutions that are industry leading is Career Partners International.

CPI is one of the largest and most successful global talent management consultancies, ensuring our clients have local experts with global reach in talent development, career management, executive coaching, outplacement/career transition services. Since 1987, organizations of all sizes and across industries have relied on CPI to successfully assess, engage, develop and transition talent.  With a global footprint of nearly 300 offices in over 45 countries, Career Partners International draws on the expertise of 2,500 professionals experienced in talent assessment and acquisition, talent development and career management, executive coaching, career transition, and outplacement services.

For more information on Career Partners International, please click here.

Our Core Values:

  • Defeating Unconscious Bias

    By DEBORAH BIDDLE, CAREER PARTNERS INTERNATIONAL – MADISON, WI You can find it in every work environment, but most of us don’t see it.  It interferes with good management decision making, affecting everything from hiring, promotions, layoffs and teambuilding to advertising, marketing, product development and product placement.  It impacts our thought processes and can cloud […]

  • Why We Are ALL Small Business Owners

    BY CAREER PARTNERS INTERNATIONAL – TORONTO The business landscape is shifting so rapidly that more employees with “traditional” careers need to be employing the skills that make entrepreneurs and small business owners successful. As the existence of many linear career paths fade into the distance, career planning has become a necessity in today’s job market […]

  • It’s Time to Rethink Leadership Development: Building Momentum for Leadership Culture

    Source: international-coaching-news.net By Dr. Gerhard van Rensburg (South Africa) Abstract For all who are interested in the development of the organisation’s leadership and leadership development are of fundamental importance. Fresh thinking about what effective leadership in modern times mean and how such leaders can be developed is much needed as the organisational world evolve further […]

  • Stop telling stressed employees ‘to relax’, say experts

    hrmonline.ca by Lauren Acurantes What do you do when you see a colleague or subordinate stressed out at work? Whatever your intentions are, psychologists say to avoid telling them to relax because doing so actually causes more stress. In her article in The Wall Street Journal, Sue Shellenberger wrote that, “People who instruct a colleague, […]

  • CPI Achieves Latest Privacy Shield Certification

    Career Partners International Achieves Latest Privacy Shield Certification October 11, 2016 COLUMBUS, OH— Career Partners International (CPI), one of the largest career services consultancies in the world, was granted certification on September 27, 2016 of the new EUUS Privacy Shield by the U.S. Department of Commerce. The organization is proud to be the first Career […]

  • Alberta giving money to try to get companies to set up head offices in Calgary

    hrreporter.com 09/28/2016 Western Economic Diversification Canada giving $1 million, government handing over $2 million CALGARY (CP) — The Alberta and federal governments are giving Calgary Economic Development $3 million to help it attract more firms to set up their head offices in the city and the province. Western Economic Diversification Canada is giving CED $1 […]

  • Notley dismisses concerns minimum wage hike, carbon tax will hurt Alberta economy

    hrreporter.com 09/28/2016 Says government trying to strike balance between supporting business, tackling inequality CALGARY (CP) — Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says she rejects the notion that a minimum-wage hike and carbon tax will hurt the provincial economy. Opposition parties have lambasted the NDP government for charging ahead with those two policies at a time when […]

  • Number of women on corporate boards edged higher to 12 per cent: report

    hrreporter.com 09/28/2016 Female leadership at TSX-listed companies increases by 47 board seats By Alexandra Posadzki TORONTO (CP) — A new report from a coalition of provincial securities regulators says the number of women who hold board seats at TSX-listed companies has ticked slightly higher to 12 per cent. A year ago, women held 11 per […]

  • Salary increases expected to stay flat in 2017: Survey

    hrreporter.com 09/27/2016 Base pay expected to increase by 2.8 per cent Amid continuing uncertainty over the direction of the Canadian and global economies, Canadian employers are not expecting to make higher increases to compensation budgets for 2017, according to a survey of 347 employers by Aon Hewitt. Base pay is expected to increase by 2.8 […]

  • Former employee accessed files of 1,300 patients: Alberta Health Services

    hrreporter.com 09/27/2016 Data was viewed over 10-year period EDMONTON (CP) – Alberta Health Services says it is notifying just over 1,300 patients of a privacy breach after a former employee accessed their files. The health service says another 11,500 people will be notified by mail that their demographic information was also viewed inappropriately by the […]

  • Canada economic growth less than forecast: Finance minister

    hrreporter.com 09/26/2016 Says past 10 years of low growth posed real challenges for country OTTAWA (Reuters) – The Canadian government will look at what more it can do to help the economy if needed, with economic growth less than had been forecast in the budget released earlier this year, Finance Minister Bill Morneau said on […]

  • GoodLife Fitness to add 600 positions by August as club network grows

    hrreporter.com 09/26/2016 Company announces plans for 15 new clubs LONDON, Ont. (CP) — GoodLife Fitness says it will be adding 600 positions between now and next August as it expands its club network in several provinces. The company, based in London, Ont., has announced plans for 15 new GoodLife clubs — about half of them […]

  • More Liberals repay expense claims, following lead of PM’s aides

    hrreporter.com 09/26/2016 Paying back almost $55,000 of generous expenses claimed for relocating to Ottawa By Joan Bryden OTTAWA (CP) — Chiefs of staff for two Liberal cabinet ministers are paying back almost $55,000 of the generous expenses they claimed for relocating to Ottawa, following the lead of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s top two aides. Foreign […]

  • HRPA pushes for multinational ISO standard for HR

    hrreporter.com 09/26/2016 Bill Greenhalgh to chair working group The Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA) saw success recently when its recommendation that the International Standards Organisation (ISO) mandate a multinational working group to develop global standards in HR integrating competency frameworks from various countries into a single global framework was approved. HRPA had presented its core […]

  • Cambodia raises 2017 minimum wage for textile industry workers

    hrreporter.com 09/29/2016 New monthly earnings total $153 By Prak Chan Thul PHNOM PENH (Reuters) —- Cambodia agreed on Thursday to raise to $153 from next year the minimum monthly wage of workers in its crucial textiles and footwear industry, which generates $6 billion annually for the economy. The industry has created 600,000 jobs that sustain […]

  • Volkswagen suspends ties with some Indian suppliers after expose of child deaths in mica mines

    hrreporter.com 09/28/2016 Thomson Reuters Foundation investigation brought illegalities to light By Rina Chandran MUMBAI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) — German carmaker Volkswagen has stopped buying mica from some suppliers in India, following a Thomson Reuters Foundation investigation that found child workers were dying in illegal, unregulated mines, a company official said. A three-month investigation in the […]

  • Wells Fargo CEO forfeits millions as board orders review

    hrreporter.com 09/28/2016 Stumpf to lose about $41 million By Narottam Medhora (Reuters) – Wells Fargo & Co said on Tuesday that Chief Executive Officer John Stumpf will forfeit unvested equity awards worth about $41 million and will not get a salary while the company’s board investigates the bank’s sales practices. Carrie Tolstedt, the former head […]

  • Volkswagen faces bumpy road in challenge to “micro-union”

    hrreporter.com 09/27/2016 German automaker seeks to overturn Tennessee vote By Daniel Wiessner and Bernie Woodall Sept 26 – Volkswagen has joined other large companies and a chorus of business groups and Republican lawmakers in challenging a union strategy of organizing splinter groups of workers, but experts say recent court decisions approving the tactic suggest it […]

  • U.K. opposition Labour lock horns with business over economic reform

    hrreporter.com 09/26/2016 Business groups urge caution, minimum wage plans attacked By William James LIVERPOOL, England (Reuters) – Britain’s opposition Labour Party clashed with business groups on Monday after setting out a left-wing economic agenda aimed at boosting their chances of winning power by re-engaging with working class voters who backed leaving the European Union. Finance […]

  • India to renew labour law overhaul drive to boost jobs

    hrreporter.com 09/23/2016   Hoping to create millions of new jobs by making it easier to hire and fire By Tommy Wilkes and Manoj Kumar NEW DELHI (Reuters) – Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government is to make a renewed drive to overhaul labor laws, hoping to create millions of new jobs by making it easier […]

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