Halford Consulting’s focus is to empower people and organizations with impactful leadership and governance transitions. We are committed to serve clients through our core values of:
- Respect – Every person in our global community, client organizations, and our team have gifts to contribute to the world and to our work. We stay curious about each individual and celebrate who they are and how they show up. Each of us is perfectly imperfect and together we can align our efforts to create positive impact.
- Empowerment – Our community, our clients, and our team make the greatest difference when they can unleash their passion and skills to create win-win solutions. We encourage creativity, brainstorming, and experimentation by individuals and teams to find breakthroughs for challenges and to maximize opportunities.
- Growth – We are dedicated to expanding our skills and enabling those we serve to continue their own development. Seeking and applying ideas, input, and thoughts from a broad range of individuals and organizations maximizes the resources and tools we can offer to others.
Jane Halford, FCA, ICD.D
Board Member – Former CEO - Entrepreneur
Jane is driven to help organizations and leaders achieve their goals. By leveraging her experience as a board member, entrepreneur, Chartered Accountant, CEO, and her passion for leadership and governance development, Jane brings a breadth of experience to individuals and teams she works with.
Through Halford Consulting, Jane serves organizations through a range of services focused on leadership and governance transition through in-person and virtual training, advisory services, and professional speaking.
Jane is the Chair of Farm Credit Canada ($41 Billion federal crown corporation), Chair of Alpha Phenomics (agriculture technology start up), and a board member the Sawridge Group of Companies (stewards the business assess for the benefit of the Sawridge Cree First Nation Trust). Her past board roles include organizations in the non-profit, public, and stock exchange listed entity sectors.