Company: Purdue Pharma Canada
Location: Toronto, ON Canada
Toronto, Canada, December 14, 2015, Marguerite Thompson-O’Neal, MA, CHRL, Vice President of Human Resources at Purdue Pharma Canada, has been recognized by Elite Women Worldwide, for dedication, achievement and leadership in company organizational development.
Distinguished for nearly four decades of professionalism, Ms. Thompson-O’Neal has parlayed this experience to her current role for the past five years. She has guided leadership development, coaching, strategy, performance, and more for Purdue Pharma Canada, and has helped build a high-performance culture. She started her career as a general manager at a small engineering company but found her calling whenever she handled a human resources task. From there, she gravitated to the industry and pursued it in educational endeavors.
Ms. Thompson-O’Neal first attended the University of Toronto and completed executive courses there, and continued her education at the University of Guelph, where she earned a Master of Arts in leadership. She also is a certified human resources leader and accredited executive compensation professional. In her career she has overseen mergers and acquisitions, and for a merger of two insurance companies she was awarded for her work in change management. She maintains affiliation with the Human Resources Professionals Association and the alumni organizations for both the University of Toronto and the University of Guelph.
Her success is largely based on her capacity to listen and her ability to engage the people surrounding her. She aims to coach, support and uplift her coworkers and clients to ensure steady and progressive performances. One of the highlights of her career is when she started her own consulting company, stating that having her own business be successful was a rewarding and fun experience that also expanded her network. Looking toward the future, Ms. Thompson-O’Neal sees herself in her own business once again providing coaching to executives and helping organizations to develop their leaders.
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