Hala Beisha is a strategist, researcher and practitioner who marries academic rigor with street smart savvy to help companies build internal capacities. She co authored research entitled “From Inter generational Collaboration to Designing for Problem Solving for Value Creation”.
Hala knows that in order to remain competitive in this new world, workers as individual professionals and within teams must strengthen their problem solving abilities and create new forms of value for their employers and themselves. Because of greater workplace age diversity, short-term employment arrangements and the changing world of work, inter generational problem solving is an important part of the solution.
With extensive experience in strategy development and branding, Hala worked for two of the world's leading hospitality companies. she holds an MBA in Strategic Management from the Schulich School of Business, a Leadership Coaching Certification accredited by the International Coach Federation and a Master of Design in Strategic Foresight and Innovation from OCAD University.
As a certified leadership coach and Founder of Resilience Factor, Hala inspires executives, managers, innovators and individuals to redefine news ways to create value and amplify impact.
Industry Expertise (4)
Areas of Expertise (4)
Intergenerational problem solving or value creation in the workplace
Strategic & Business Planning
futures thinking, branding, leadership thinking, design thinking
Guelph University: Bachelor of Commerce, Hotel and Food Administration 2000
Ryerson University: Post Graduate, Strategic Management 2011
Schulich School of Business: MBA, Strategic Management 2013
Institute for Professional Coaching in Excellence in Coaching: Professional Certified Coach, Leadership Coaching 2015
OCAD University: Master of Design, Strategic Foresight, Systems Thinking and Innovation 2015
Vibrant workplaces today include employees of different age cohorts. Hala co authored a paper that focused on taking a closer look at the potential of inter-generational problem solving in the workplace of today: "From Inter- generational Collaboration to Designing for Problem Solving for Value Creation in the Creative Economy."
- Co Organizer of Design Thinking Toronto Meet Up