Glain Roberts-McCabe is the founder and president of The Executive Roundtable
and is passionate about the art of leadership and supporting ambitious mid-career
leaders. With more than 20 years of direct leadership and management experience,
Roberts-McCabe has launched innovative coaching and development programs
at both the provincial and national levels. She has completed extensive programs
in adult education, training and coaching. Read the article she co-authored about
Maple Leaf Foods’ innovative peer-to-peer mentoring program, starting on page 30.
Jordan Deering is practice group leader for the litigation group in Dentons Canada’s
Calgary office. In addition, she is a national leader of the Dentons Canada Fraud,
Corruption and Asset Recovery group. She has practiced for over 10 years, after
clerking at the Alberta Court of Appeal and Court of Queen’s Bench.
Deering has appeared before all levels of courts in Alberta, representing clients
on a variety of commercial disputes. She has developed expertise concerning fraud
and asset recovery, and assists clients in tracing assets, securing evidence and re-covering
property where fraudulent activities occur. Her expertise assists clients in
implementing strategies for the prevention of fraud and defalcation; read her arti-cle
on that subject, starting on page 26.
Carmen Klein is director of leadership and learning at Maple Leaf Foods, with
responsibility for the organization’s leadership programs and talent processes.
With a unique background in engineering, Six Sigma/Lean and human resources,
Klein loves exploring new ways to effectively support all leaders in their growth
and development. She holds Master’s degrees in both engineering and business ad-ministration
and certificates in adult education and coaching. Read the article she
co-authored about Maple Leaf Foods’ innovative peer-to-peer mentoring program,
starting on page 30.
ZUT-YING (SUE) DEL VALLE, CHRP
Zut-Ying (Sue) Del Valle, CHRP is a human development project coordinator
at Golder Associates, where she supports human resources and talent acquisition
leaders across the globe. She spends most of her time actively involved in the de-velopment
and implementation of global programs that enhance organizational
progress, including global recruiting systems and processes, internal career devel-opment,
talent mobility and the global employer referral program. Del Valle has
been a speaker on “Going Global” at the iCIMS HR Hero event series for her role
in the expansion of the applicant tracking system iCIMS, which helped Golder
Associates become the recipient of the 2012 iCIMS Excellence Awards for Best
Company Expansion. She holds a Bachelor’s in administrative studies from York
University and obtained CHRP certification. Read her article on the importance of
social feedback to HR departments, starting on page 53.
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