January 11, 2021 – Talent management firm Royer Thompson has grown with the addition of Greg Dickie as vice president. He will support a growing roster of clients across private and public companies and public sector organizations.
“Greg’s experience complements those of the firm’s team of experts in human resources advisory, executive recruitment, organizational effectiveness, career transition and executive coaching,” Royer Thompson said. “We are pleased to enhance our capacity as clients work to navigate both traditional organizational goals and COVID resiliency.” Mr. Dickie brings 20 years of leadership insight and experience in the financial and advisory services sector to his new job. He has led service delivery teams responsible for developing businesses of all sizes and growth stages throughout Atlantic Canada. Mr. Dickie has also overseen performance objective setting, professional development, career planning, performance management and coaching at the individual contributor and leadership levels and has contributed to the performance management framework at the corporate level.
“Passionate and experienced with people and leader development, Greg is relationship-focused, a trusted partner to clients, and will be a key contributor to Royer Thompson’s mission,” said the firm.
Active in the community, Mr. Dickie has volunteered with several Halifax, Nova Scotia-based organizations. Most recently, he completed two terms with Saint Mary’s University’s board of governors notably contributing as governance committee chair. He is also a director of the Noah John Winston Miles Foundation, a Toronto-based charity that supports anti-bullying initiatives.
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Headquartered in Halifax, Royer Thompson is a full-service management and human resource consulting firm, focused on capturing the full potential of people in organizations by supporting: a shared sense of purpose, organizational design, recruiting and cultivating leadership, and fostering an innovative spirit. The firm said it supports organizations through structural change, alignment and delivery of strategy by “ensuring the right people are doing the right things at the right levels.”
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For over 20 years, Royer Thompson has provided strategic advisory services in times of transformational change and has attracted and retained senior management professionals with depth in recruitment, leadership development and evaluation, governance-related services, organizational design, human resources planning, service delivery and career transition.
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