Karen Jackson MA, RD, BSC


Karen Jackson MA, RD, BSC Senior Advisor, Healthy Workplace® Strategies

Karen is a seasoned professional with over 25 years of experience in the health sector; most recently as Director Learning & Organizational Development with Trillium Health Partners, Mississauga, Ontario, one of Canada’s largest and most successful Health Networks (The Credit Valley Hospital, Trillium Health Centre and Queensway Hospital). She provided strategic direction to employee engagement and organizational effectiveness by developing and sustaining organizational efforts in quality excellence and a healthy workplace culture. Achievements included Trillium receiving national recognition and highest recognition - Order of Excellence for Excellence, Innovation and Wellness (2011) by Excellence Canada.

Experiencing progressive leadership roles, Karen's specialties include change leadership, organizational health and wellness, employee engagement, performance management, leadership development, organizational development and support services management.

Latest News and Resources

Dec 06, 2016 Recipe for Successful Transformation Includes Relief, Direction, and Belief More >
Oct 24, 2016
Excellence Canada is pleased to announce the 2016 Recipients of the Canada Awards for Excellence More >
Oct 23, 2016


Excellence Canada and PwC Canada are pleased to announce the 2017 Recipients of the Canadian Business Excellence Award.

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Oct 17, 2016 Excellence is about heart, relationships, and how people treat and communicate with each other. #ExcellenceYou More >
Oct 05, 2016 Get certified with the Certified Excellence Professional (CEP) designation. Learn about each driver of the Excellence Innovation and Wellness (EIW) standard. More >
Oct 01, 2016


Canada’s
Healthy Workplace Month 2016:
Everything you need to put your organization on the right track to improve employee wellness, engagement, and happiness

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Aug 04, 2016

Quality is a simple enough concept. But implementing an organizational process to improve and maintain high levels of quality is more complex.

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