Lisa began her coaching journey in 2002 when she transitioned out of a corporate job to coaching and committed to a life-long love for people development.
Driven to support others through change, learning, and growth, Lisa has modeled this change in her own career by gaining certification in three coaching models: Career Development Practitioner, Mentor Coach, facilitator, and trainer.
A Career and Leadership Coach for more than 20 years, Lisa has coached professionals and leaders in government as well as the private sector. She once led a change management program that saw an unsustainable leadership style turn around to leaders adopting a coach approach, inspiring other leaders to elevate their leadership game. She has implemented and managed internal coaching programs at two organizations, and developed mentor coaching programs to support the learning and application of behavior change.
Clients appreciate Lisa’s curious and collaborative approach. Using well-honed listening skills and intuition, she is candid and respectful in helping clients learn and navigate desired change. If she’s not making you think then she’s not doing her job.
Lisa is an International Coaching Federation (ICF) Professional Certified Coach and is active in her local ICF Chapter. She served for four years on the Board and has hosted several Community of Practice discussions. She is active in peer coaching circles because she believes it’s important to support the coaching community and to learn from other coaches.
Lisa lives in Edmonton and enjoys reading, movies, travel, cabin life, and time spent with loved ones.