Vice President, Business Development | Organizational & Talent Development
Patricia Polischuk is a Vice President, Business Development with the Organizational & Talent Development practice at B. Riley Farber. Her focus is on helping small, medium and multi-national organizations find solutions to their talent management needs.
Having worked with leading human capital consulting firms including KPMG Consulting, Knightsbridge Human Capital Management, Lee Hecht Harrison (LHH) and Optimum Talent, Patricia is known as a trusted advisor and holds influence and a positive track amongst executives and HR leaders.
Her industry experience spans a wide variety of industries including technology, financial services, healthcare, sports & entertainment, professional services, manufacturing, post-secondary education, government, not-for-profit, and retail.
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Leveraging her coaching skills, Patricia helps her clients get to the root of business and team challenges and find solutions in the areas of:
- team dynamics
- organizational culture
- employee engagement and retention
- employee wellness
- employment termination
- leadership development
- career management
- Committed to giving back to the community, Patricia is a member of the Wilfrid Laurier University Board of Governors where she has held several leadership roles including Vice Chair, Secretary and Development Committee Chair.
- She has also served as President of the YWCA Board in Kitchener Waterloo and is a member of several Program Advisory Committees at Conestoga College.
Patricia received her ACC level Coaching accreditation from the International Coach Federation in 2015. She is passionate about helping develop strong leaders who can engage and empower their teams to meet organizational goals and retain top talent.
She has spoken at numerous industry events and is a recognized expert in the areas of networking, career management, and personal branding. When engaging with corporate and individual clients, her superpower is the ability to energize conversations and draw out opportunities for business, leadership and personal growth.