Dr. Aaron Halliday
PhD - Work and Organizational Psychology
The University of Western Ontario
Dr. Aaron Halliday has a passion for understanding people and helping them reach their maximum potential. His work has contributed to the advancement of Fortune 500 businesses in the domains of talent, culture, organizational wellness, DE&I, and operational effectiveness and has impacted companies in a wide range of industries (from financial services to pharmaceuticals, from manufacturing to education, from communications to marketing & PR). He has conducted studies on resilience and overcoming adversity both in and out of the workplace as well as how to effectively use use various forms of data and a wide range of personality traits and characteristics to predict job outcomes such as innovative tendency, job satisfaction, job dedication, organizational citizenship, organizational support, counterproductive work behaviors, burnout, and turnover intentions. His background in applying evidence-based management, science and the scientific method in a wide range of contexts combined with his experience applying evidence-based insights to achieve targeted objectives has honed his skills in collecting data fast, deriving insights quickly, and using these evidence-based insights to propose, develop, and implement tools and solutions useful for a wide range of purposes including enhancing relationships, promoting health and wellbeing, improving HR/People Operations, Business Development, Learning and Development, Change Management, and much more. He is an expert in evidence-based management and it's application to make informed decisions, help organizations and individuals overcome challenges, prevent problems, and promote health and wellbeing using a rigorous data-driven approach.
Both his life experience and more formal experience and training in crisis management, suicide prevention, and as a rehabilitation and educational group facilitator in social services organizations has exposed him to a wide range of people and circumstance including the homeless, individuals suffering from substance use disorder, violent offenders reintegrating with society, and many others. He's happy to work with diverse people with unique and challenging needs.