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Gerald Hunt

Pike, Louis


Contract Lecturer


M.A., M.Ed., Ph.D.


TRS 2-133


416-979-5000 ext: 6328

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Louis Pike

As a lecturer in the Ted Rogers School I draw on my experiences as a senior manager and a business consultant to make the course material vivid and relevant.

My teaching philosophy and classroom management style respond to the learners’ educational needs, their life-stage development needs, and their future career needs. I favour a high-engagement, experiential approach to learning through which students reflect on in-class exercises, games and simulations as well as their life experiences to draw conclusions about why they and others behave as they do at work.


HR Management & Org Behaviour

Research Interests

Baby Boomers approaching retirement age; their need to make meaning of their lives and envisage an authentic, purposeful future.

Select Research and Professional Contributions

My research interest centres on the needs of those at mid-life and beyond to construct a cogent, positive narrative about the lives they have led and to develop goals for a personally and societally meaningful future.  To that end I have done research on life stages and developed a workshop offered by the Chang school.

I have also contributed to the Toronto organizational development community by giving presentations to organizational consultants on how national culture impacts employee behaviour. 

Organizational Behaviour
Cross-cultural Organizational Behaviour
Training & Development
Employment History (Selected)
Founder and President, The Kingsbridge Group
Director of Organizational Development, Glaxo Canada
Director of Staff Development, Sunnybrook Medical Centre
Manager of Career Planning, Wilfrid Laurier University
Life Skills Coach, Conestoga College
TV producer and host, Calgary CableVision
Disc jockey, radio station CKXL (Calgary, Alta.)

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