Peter is a Partner with Four Corners Group and leads the consulting division of the company
Peter A. Hausdorf, Ph.D.
Peter has been a partner at Four Corners Group since its inception in 2007. He brings over 25 years of assessment, management consulting, and human resources experience to his role. Peter supports the executive search process by designing, administering and reporting on candidate competencies in the context of the role as well as transition coaching. This work makes a significant contribution to the success of the hiring process for our clients. In addition, Peter manages the consulting side of the business by supporting our clients with a wide range of services.
Peter brings a diverse perspective to his consulting work that draws on his extensive prior experience and evidence-based practices. His approach to client challenges integrates business and social science research with specific organizational complexities to ensure a high rate of success.
Peter began his career working with large and small management consulting firms in both technical and leadership roles. He also worked as a Director of Organizational Development for a Fortune 500 medical products company. Prior to joining Four Corners Group, Peter had a successful human resources outsourcing company that provided services to small and medium sized businesses.
Through these experiences Peter has developed a deep appreciation for the organizational and senior leadership challenges faced by today’s companies. This perspective, combined with his comprehensive understanding of human capital management ensures that he provides an unparalleled level of support to our clients.
Peter has a Ph.D. in Business Administration specializing in Human Resources Management and Industrial Relations from McMaster University and an M.A. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from the University of Guelph. Peter is a member of the Canadian Psychological Association, the Canadian Section on Industrial-Organizational Psychology (CSIOP), and the Society for Industrial-Organizational Psychologists (U.S.). In the past he has been active as an executive member of the Canadian Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychologists and served as its chair in 2009.