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Stacey Olson-Steele

Organizational Development Professional

Facilitator

Speaker

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Stacey Olson-Steele is an Organizational Development professional in BC Canada. With nearly 20 years in the education sector, Stacey has worked with corporate, public and franchise organizations across Canada. She speaks and facilitates workshops on collaborative leadership in the workplace.

 

After earning her Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Calgary, Stacey began her career in Toronto at CHUM Television – Interactive, during the dot com era of the early 2000’s. She and the team created websites and Canada’s first SMS media content for television shows like The Bachelor on CityTV and MuchMusic among other national network channels.

 

In 2004 Stacey moved into corporate learning and development. Working with Experience It, Inc., she supported large-scale international training events and explored experiential learning for the professional learner. During this time she earned her Bachelor of Education with distinction from Western University in London, ON. While Stacey taught public school she helped integrate new ministry curriculum by designing and facilitating The Language of Art: Assessing Art for teachers across the Peel District School Board.

 

Back in BC, Stacey taught software and soft skills through the Vancouver location of CTC Train Canada while starting the Collaborative Lead Training Company. In 2012, she released the Traditional vs Collaborative Leaders infographic which went viral in the twittersphere and was featured on inc.com, LinkedIn.com, medium.com, and was translated into 3 different languages including Persian.

Currently, Stacey engages with employees across organizations regarding professional goals, workplace values, corporate leadership, and professional development. She serves on the City Arts & Culture Committee to stay connected to her community, is a certified Nia White Belt instructor to stay fit, and a mom to a fun and engaging 8-year-old boy who keeps her young.

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