Rory brings his passion for understanding people, teams, and organizations to each of his engagements, focusing on co-creating high-impact solutions for clients. With his extensive research experience and a background in coaching, he leverages his ability to synthesize, assess, and communicate complex insights to support teams as they define and achieve success. Rory emphasizes the role of community and collaboration as a part of a comprehensive client-centered approach.
Rory has recently completed a Master’s of Science in Management from the University of Ottawa, where he spent his time researching leadership, mental health, and the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on the workplace. He has presented at the Work, Stress, and Health Conference, and participated in the Canadian Psychological Association Convention and the CN Occupational Health Psychology Summer Institute. Working with an international research team, Rory leveraged his workplace mental health and leadership research to examine the experience of stigmatized identities in the workforce, synthesizing novel insights from a historically understudied population.
He also holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, Neuroscience, and Behavior from McMaster University, where he conducted research in an organizational behavior lab studying managerial feedback assessments and disability identity.
When he is not working, Rory spends his time outdoors sailing, surfing, and skiing, or exploring the restaurants of Toronto with his family and friends.
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