Adal Simeone is among Canada’s most respected and accomplished Human Capital Practice Leaders, having served as a strategic advisor in developing and supporting several best-in-class corporate cultures while attracting top talent in the marketplace. She is recognized as a trusted business partner, exhibiting proven leadership capabilities and building high performing and engaged teams for industry leaders in the private and public sectors.

Adal brings her unwavering commitment to Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusivity (JEDI) while leading Earnscliffe’s Human Capital strategic transformation to enrich organizational excellence and corporate culture. Adal is adept at leading best practices in talent strategies, organizational efficiencies, integrated technology implementations, leadership development, peak performance, regulatory governance and compliance.

Prior to joining Earnscliffe, Adal provided strategic leadership consulting to some of the world’s largest and most respected corporations on three continents including clients and employers in Financial Services, Professional Services, Technology, Telecom, Business Process Outsourcing, Media, Contact Centre and Automotive. She brings proficiency in advising C-suite and government leaders on successful paths from disruption to effective change with ease and collaboration.

An executive with astute insight and high degree emotional intelligence, she leads with conviction to create and sustain a safe and respectful workplace, an environment of transparency, trust, and a successful track record for hiring for character as well as credentials.

Over the course of her career, Adal has earned a reputation for authentic and targeted approaches to often tense mediation and negotiations based on two key principles; oppression never has a seat at the table and successful negotiations always offers something to each side.

In prior roles, Adal was instrumental in achieving organizational awards for the “Most Admired Corporate Cultures” and “Health & Wellness”. Adal earned an HR professional designation in 2004 and is a practicing member of the Human Resources Professional Association (HRPA). She is a graduate of Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto and has extensive certifications and training from Osgoode Hall Law School, Professional Development.