Work life expert, best-selling author, and internationally sought-after speaker Dr. Barbara Moses, is a visionary who is widely recognized as Canada's pre-eminent forecaster of the trends that shape today’s working world. From the priorities placed on work/life balance to the urgency of taking charge of your own career, Barbara has astutely predicted many major themes that have come to dominate the workplace.
In her books, articles and speeches she has shared her innovative and inspiring ideas on how to navigate the working world with people from all walks of life in her distinctive, engaging and stimulating style.
A highly respected organizational career-management consultant and internationally quoted media commentator, she has been widely profiled on workplace issues. She has appeared frequently on network radio and TV shows such as Canada AM, The Today Show, CBC, and Good Morning America.
She has written four internationally best-selling books, including What Next? Find the Work That's Right for You, and Dish: Midlife Women Tell the Truth About Work, Relationships and the Rest of Life. She also writes a monthly column (called Career Intelligence) for The Globe and Mail. Among her many accolades, she was hailed as a "career guru" by Fast Company magazine, has been labeled a "thought leader," and was recently chosen by More Magazine as one of the top 40 women over 40.
Barbara is president of BBM Human Resource Consultants Inc., offering her unique approach combining psychological insights with practical strategies for career management through speeches, workshops, presentations and tools to more than 2,000 organizations worldwide. She is the designer of the acclaimed Career Advisor, an online career-planning tool used by major organizations to counsel more than a million people worldwide; it has been likened to "having a personal coach on your computer."
Barbara holds degrees in psychology from McGill University, The London School of Economics and the University of Toronto. She has a particular interest in issues related to women, demographics, and the psychological motivations that drive people in their work and personal lives. A frequent keynote speaker, she is praised for her provocative insights, compelling delivery and unique style.