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People of CSG: Patricia Polischuk, Optimum Talent

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  • 2 August 2018

Patricia Polischuk is Vice President, Regional Manager and is located in Optimum Talent’s Waterloo office. Patricia provides leadership to the career management team and is responsible for business development and account management activities in the region. In addition to her sales and operations functions, Patricia is a certified coach who provides career transition support and leadership coaching to senior leaders and executives.

Known as a trusted adviser in the Southwestern Ontario region, Patricia has worked with leaders from a variety of sectors including insurance, finance, government, healthcare, sports & entertainment, high-tech, manufacturing, professional services, pharmaceutical and post-secondary education. Prior to joining Optimum Talent she held senior roles in an international consulting firm and began her career in real estate development and telecommunications organizations. Patricia spent several years at McMaster University where she built their Alumni Career Coaching program.

As a recognized subject matter expert, Patricia has spoken at conferences, published articles and appeared on television to discuss trends and issues related to career management.

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