Organizational Development Equity and Health

Organizational Development, Equity and Health (ODEH) provides transformational change and strategic planning consulting services, staff and leadership professional development programs and services, equity, diversity and inclusion education and consulting and organizational health promotion, health recovery and return to work education, supports and services. ODEH supports the university’s goals of building a diverse and inclusive community of exceptional people in a environment that supports sustains their development, health and wellbeing.

Equity, Diversity and Inclusion

Coaching, consulting, formal learning opportunities, and outreach programs to recruit and retain qualified diverse candidates including women, especially in non-traditional occupations, Aboriginal people, members of visible minorities, and persons with disabilities.

Health & Wellbeing

Health recovery and return to work
  • Stay at work/preventative support
  • Disability management and rehabilitation/health recovery support
  • Return to work planning and coordination
  • Permanent accommodations for medical reasons
  • Long-term Disability (LTD) administration
High performing healthy workplace
  • High performing healthy workplace strategy and metrics
  • Workplace interventions, consultation and support
  • Health promotion, awareness and education
  • Employee and Family Assistance (EFAP)

Organizational & Staff Development

Leadership and Staff Development
  • Institutional New Faculty and Staff Orientation Strategy, website and event
  • Leadership and Supervisory development education programs
  • Staff training and development
  • Team effectiveness training & coaching


  • Recognition Strategy and Programs

Transformation Change Management

  • Change readiness and transition
  • Facilitating development of strategic plans and balanced scorecards
  • Facilitation/assistance with change project management
  • Mentoring/coaching leaders through change processes and embedding change in systems and practice