Ron Prokosch, CMC, CHRP

Managing Partner (Alberta)

Telephone: 403.269.7767

Ron has been providing Human Resources consulting services in Alberta since 1981.

During his consulting career, Ron has had extensive experience in key areas of HR services including:

  • Recruitment and Selection Strategy and Services
  • Job Analysis, Profiling, Performance Management Processes
  • Employee retention and engagement surveys and strategies
  • Workshops and facilitation in the areas of team performance, conflict resolution and team leader skills
  • Coaching: leader, individual and team effectiveness
  • Employee and Personal Development: developing and conducting numerous workshops focusing on career management, re-employment, and starting a business
  • Restructuring: consulting to executive teams on the planning of staff re-deployment, downsizing initiatives and policy and process development

From 1985 to 2000, through an affiliate agreement, Ron led the establishment and development of Drake Beam Morin (a leading career services firm) in Alberta and Saskatchewan. Under his leadership, the company expanded from a small, Calgary based office to five offices and is recognized as the premier providers of services in this field. In 1990, Ron received the Drake Beam Morin Award of Excellence based on evaluations from candidates, corporate clients and contributions to DBM. Ron sold the operations back to DBM in 2000 and re-established his own consulting practice, The Prokosch Group.

Ron holds a Bachelor of Arts degree and a Graduate Diploma from Carleton University. In addition, he has taken graduate studies in organization and career development from the University of Michigan.

Professional development has included certification in: Leadership Architect Suite of Tools™; Producing Results with Others™; Orchestrating Team Performance™ and as a Coach Facilitator by Corporate Coach University International. Ron is also qualified in the use of the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and Profiles International suite of assessment tools.

He is the past Chair for the Alberta Human Resources Conference 2002, past-President of the Human Resources Association of Calgary, a member of South Calgary Rotary, the Canadian Association of Management Consultants and the Human Resources Institute of Alberta, and past Chair of the Board for the Distress Centre. Ron is also a sessional and occasional instructor at the University of Calgary and has served on the University's Senate.

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