Morag McLean, Associate
Morag McLean joined the Ontario Public Service in 1977 and has held a variety of senior level positions in the Ministry of the Solicitor General, Management Board Secretariat, the Ministry of Agriculture, Food & Rural Affairs, Cabinet Office and the Ministry of Government Services.
In June 2004, Morag was appointed Assistant Deputy Minister, Centre for Leadership and Learning (CFLL) responsible for fostering an enterprise- wide leadership and management culture. In July 2008, in addition to leading the CFLL, Morag was appointed as Chair of the Public Service Commission of Ontario to provide strategic enterprise oversight and direction for the effective management and administration of human resources across the Ontario Public Service.
In July 2010, Morag was appointed as the first Shared Vice President, People and Organizational Effectiveness for the former Trillium Health Centre and The Credit Valley Hospital. In this role, Morag lead the development and implementation of the human resources and labour relations strategies for the voluntary merger of the two hospitals towards the creation of Trillium Health Partners (THP) on December 1, 2011.
In 2013/2014, Morag took on the expanded role of Vice President, Strategy, People and Corporate Governance at THP. In this role, Morag was also the Executive Lead to the Governance and Human Resources Committee of the Board of Directors and worked closely with the Board on a range of key initiatives including Board governance and renewal.
Morag has extensive knowledge and experience in the areas of human resources, labour relations, strategic planning, strategy development, change management and corporate governance. Morag is results oriented and strongly committed to leadership, learning, talent management, innovation, diversity and employee engagement. Morag has led numerous executive searches at the CEO, Deputy Minister, Assistant Deputy Minister, Chief of Medical Staff, SVP, VP and Board of Directors levels from a client perspective.
Morag holds the Certified in Management (C.I.M) designation from the Canadian Institute of Management and has also completed Queen’s University’s Executive Human Resources Program.
Morag retired from THP in the fall of 2014. As an HR and Leadership Consultant., Morag is applying her extensive experience and expertise in the broader public and private sectors.