Change comes upon us regularly and we seem to manage just fine… until we don’t. At these times, we need someone to listen to us as we talk around new opportunities or concerns, seeking out new possibilities. That’s where a coach can help.
A coach is part guide, part support, and part mirror. They can help people reach their own individual solutions to work and life issues that may currently limit personal or organizational growth and vocational success.
Trained by New Ventures West in California (a leader in the field of coach training), I am certified as a Professional Certified Coach; I’m a member in good standing of the International Coach Federation (ICF), and am certified to the ICF Associate Coach level (ACC). I have a BAH from Queen’s University (1991) and an MA in Journalism from the University of Western Ontario (2001). Largely self-employed since 1990 in a variety of types of consulting from health planning to strategic communications and policy advice, I have served clients from government, industry associations and not-for profit organizations. I understand many different work environments and the challenges each sector can face.