I recently completed her Master of Arts in interdisciplinary Studies with a focus in leadership and organizational culture at Royal Roads University. As part of my Masters, I focused on leadership strategies, such as coaching and creative problem-solving. I currently lead a peer coaching community of practice at BCcampus where I work as a Project Manager. I also provide personal and professional coaching in the evenings and weekends. Coaching is something that not only helps people develop leadership skills, but it helps with performance, develop listening skills, self-awareness and accountability, and empowers individuals to take action to achieve their own goals whether that is professional or personal. As a goal oriented person, coaching was something that I really enjoy doing but also value for myself as I continue to work on my own goals.
My personal backstory. I originally started this as a blog for me to reflect and process my weight loss journey. After losing 205lbs, I was more confident and able to focus on myself and my own goals. If I hadn’t lost my weight, I would never of had the confidence in myself to start my learning journey. What I took away from that experience was the power of setting goals. Setting a goal is more than having an intention of doing but it also includes finding concrete ways to help you reach those goals. This is why I took an interest in coaching, coaching is not having someone tell you what you need to do, It helps you explore your options and identify your inner motivations to achieve those goals.
Whether it be personal or professional, both have proven to be successful for me and I would now like to help you achieve your goals.