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Lachlan Whatley
Who am I? I am a practitioner/scholar who believes that sound management is based on solid theory, and solid theory is grounded in practice. To this end, I have an undergraduate degree in business, two (2) accounting designations (CGA–Canada; CPA–Australia), a master of commerce in finance, and a master of arts in organizational leadership. I also hold a Ph.D.
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Nick Freeman
Who am I? Nick Freeman, currently working on transformational learning at ICBC.
Why do you belong to BCODN?I love the essence of OD practice and I’m continuing to learn so much working with my colleagues on the Board as well as from all the superb practitioners that I meet as a result of being involved in the network.
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Rob Pineau
Who are you? I am a person who cares deeply about helping others become more resilient and resourceful so they can create more of the life that they want. As a professionally certified coach my focus is on working with individuals who may be experiencing burnout or looking for a career change.
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I was sitting at a meeting the other day reviewing a proposal with a potential client about how to improve collaboration across branches and divisions. As I was sitting there the President expressed his confusion to a few members of his senior team about why they had to bring in an external consultant, “didn’t we hire an HR person”. His comment alone demonstrated the need to develop a shared understanding of these two different and sometimes overlapping concepts. My hope in this article is not to tell you the difference between OD and HR but only my perspective on the differences.

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Karin Willis
Who are you?Karin Wills, ex-HR practitioner; toes in the water OD fan; Social Network opportunist; coach in training.
Why do you belong to BCODN?I find the BCODN members are willing to share their knowledge and experience which is very helpful – I learn so much and hopefully return some of that generosity with my participation.
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Maureen Ewing
Who are you?Funny what this question of “who are you” raises and how we typically write it from the third person and ambitiously include “what we do” believing that “we are what we do”. My first thought here speaks largely to who I am, as one who loves to explore, reflect, and see things from many different perspectives.


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