Darlene Worth, Ph.D., CPHR

Darlene is an Organizational Psychologist with a proven track record as a leader, manager and facilitator. She possesses a wealth of hands-on knowledge accumulated over nearly two decades of experience as a strategic human resources partner and facilitator of large-scale change initiatives.

Prior to joining Fairwinds Training and Development as a value-added partner, Darlene served as a Civilian Member of the RCMP for more than a decade. She fulfilled various strategic roles during that time, including the role of Regional Director for Workplace Relations Management with Atlantic Region RCMP. Darlene also held the position of Regional Director, Policy and Intergovernmental Relations with Health Canada.

Darlene has instructed the psychological skills components of the RCMP Undercover Program, worked in the Czech Republic as a facilitator for the RCMP’s International Training Branch, and has taught at the University of Ottawa.

Darlene holds a Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the University of Ottawa. She was awarded the Governor General’s Academic Medal for highest standing by St. Thomas University, from which she graduated First Class Honours with Distinction, with a major in English and honours in Psychology.

A past Vice President of the Human Resources Association of Nova Scotia (HRANS), Darlene has been a designated Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR) since 2001.

Darlene is committed to helping leaders navigate complex challenges in order to maximize organizational effectiveness. Drawing on her experience as a Psychologist and senior executive in the federal public service, she focuses her work in the areas of human resources management consulting, employee engagement, managing complex change, and developing and sustaining respectful workplaces.