We all know that to maintain a competitive edge in today’s market is about the people. This is what’s critical to corporate vitality and survival.
This is where TPS Consulting comes in. Applying best practice methodologies, we offer practical solutions that generate high performance results. And we are all about results and our track record proves that.
We treat our clients as our highest priority. Success for us is making a difference through quality, trust and timely delivery.
For further information about TPS Consulting, please contact us.
Principles that guide TPS Consulting’s consulting approach include:
TPS Consulting’s mission is to make a difference: to help our clients when they feel stuck, to build our client’s capacity with a focus on sustainment. We do this by offering state-of-the-art, best practice approaches and services.
We treat our clients as our highest priority. These values define who we are:
Erica Groschler, MA brings over twenty-five years of experience working with organizations to help improve human performance in the workplace. Erica has made working with people and organizations the focus of her career and she is playing a key role in helping companies define and develop their culture and high-performance capability.
She is a past Principal of an organizational effectiveness and change management firm, past Director of Western North America and HR/Operations for an International Training & Performance Consulting firm and currently is the founder and President of TPS Consulting Ltd.
Erica brings vast industry experience, having worked with healthcare, transportation, automotive, high technology, real estate, banking, metallurgy, government and utilities. She has worked successfully on large-scale initiatives internationally for Fortune 500 clients, including developing capabilities of front-line employees and management and in some cases, working with the intricacies of unionized environments.
Erica is known for her enthusiastic approach and her commitment to ensuring appropriate resources, tools and training are integrated to ensure individuals can perform optimally and, that the leadership is leading effectively to position its team, department or organization effectively. She is passionate about supporting her clients in facilitating authentic communication, stronger and more vibrant teams and overall, higher work performance.
Recently, much of the work Erica has been involved in includes helping her clients through culture transformation, leadership development and helping teams to work more effectively through trust-building and encouraging them to have the difficult conversations with one another.
She is known for her ability to take complex components and build a strategy that will support the client she’s working with to achieve its goals. She comfortably works with senior leaders and front-line employees and, in her focus on culture, is constantly toggling between these two to build visible active sponsorship and localized employee ownership.
Erica has worked with companies such as Rio Tinto Alcan, BC Hydro, BC Lottery, Fraser Health Authority, Island Health Authority, Finning, CP Railway, BC Hydro, Vancity, Prudential Real Estate, BC Assessment, Great Canadian Gaming, ICBC, Seaspan Ferries, Wesgroup, Worksafe BC, UBC Athletics, and D-Wave.
As an Adjunct faculty member of Sauder UBC Business School, Erica is Academic Director for some of Sauder’s Executive Education’s customized client engagements and teaches part of their flagship Essential Management Systems course.
Erica holds a Masters degree in Educational Technology (Concordia, Montreal) and a Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Relations (McGill University). She is Myers Briggs qualified and is trained in Richard Axelrod’s Conferencing methodology for large system change, Glenda Eoyong’s work in Human System Dynamics (Leading Complex Adaptive Change & Systems Theory) and trained in Group Process based on Arnold Mendell’s work in process oriented psychology.