Jan Williams

Position: Coaching

Certified Career and Leadership Coach

Jan Williams knows from personal experience what it takes to attain excellence. As head of her own successful cross-cultural training company in Europe, Jan achieved considerable success in training managers to communicate effectively in international environments.
Jan counts among her top clients executives from Shell, Numico, Bols, Deloitte & Touche and government agencies such as the National Security Service of the Netherlands and the Dutch Ministry of Agriculture.
Jan’s professional coaching background ranges from executive and leadership coaching to career and employment coaching. She is excellent at supporting personal branding and skills marketing through her experience as a marketing director and consultant to companies wishing to develop their marketing strategies.

Professional Designations

  • International Coach Federation Accredited
  • Graduate Certificate in Executive Coaching, Royal Roads University
  • Graduate Certificate in Instructional Design, Royal Roads University
  • Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages – Cambridge England Examination Board for teaching adults


“I thoroughly enjoyed working with Jan. She was very engaged in my development and offered practical advice, constructive feedback and a comfortable environment for discussing personal issues. My favourite aspect of our sessions was finding the language to discuss past achievements, personal preferences and future goals. I found that, by talking through everything with Jan, I was able to unearth stories and ideas I never would have thought of on my own and practice concisely discussing them for future networking/interviews. Jan offered a great balance between leading the direction of our sessions, and also letting me direct where I would like to devote more focus. I wasn’t sure what to expect as I started our program, but I left my first session feeling energized and encouraged, and that feeling remained throughout our time together.”

– Richard Mitchell