Personal Life coach
My first client was Sharon Wood, 1st N. American woman to summit Mount Everest, in 1986. I helped her reinvent herself as a motivational speaker.
As an Associate of the Action Studies Institute, I designed programs for developing generic skills for business and education.
I was an Advanced Instructor for Robert Fritz’s Technologies for Creating program. I contributed briefing notes to Peter Senge’s The Fifth Discipline Handbook.
I developed a Coach Training Program for Peer Resources in Victoria, BC.
I’ve helped numerous coaches set up and implement their practices.
I consulted, coached, designed programs, and facilitated training for: ALCAN, Motorola, Ciba-Geigy, Scotia-McLeod, Banff Centre, Open Learning Agency of BC, Mount Royal College, Sierra Club, BC, and numerous other businesses and organizations.
Executive and Professional Challenge Programs
I helped start the Banff School of Environment and was a Faculty member in the Environmental Decision-Making for Managers program.
I was the founding Director of Yamnuska Mountain School, transforming it from a money-losing YMCA program into a profitable, world-class Mountain Leadership school.
I developed an Executive Retreat Program for One Step Beyond Worldwide, in the Canadian Rockies.
For more info, please check out my Executive Coaching page.
Although I work with clients from all walks of life, writers, artists and other creatives find my coaching approach particularly useful.
For more info, please check out my Writer’s Coach page.
How I came to develop my coaching approach