With over 25 years of experience and 3,000 hours of coaching, Jacquie brings clarity amongst the chaos. Jacquie speaks what she sees, and hears in a way that converts people's biggest stressors into opportunities. Using brain based coaching methodologies, Jacquie's clients have experienced major self-discovery, and have been able to achieve successes once thought daunting or insurmountable.
Jacquie's MBA in Strategic Planning and Organizational Effectiveness, paired with her many certifications in neuroleadership and coaching have allowed her to help her clients on so many levels. "Jacquie-trained" leaders are able to make choices and think more strategically, as well as become more aware of the impact they are have on others.
Jacquie is a Results Certified Coach (through the Academy of Brain-based Leadership), Certified Life Coach, and a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) with the International Coach Federation (ICF).
"I love castles, old world red wine, yarn, and travel. Everything can be solved with chocolate. Everyone needs a coach and a therapist on speed dial. Life is hard."
A passion for leadership in service to others led Leanne to evolve from seasoned communications expert to leadership coach in 2018. Leanne's authentic, empathetic approach helps support her clients as they discover their purpose and values, dive deeper into what drives them, and work towards finding the path forward.
A born and raised Calgarian, Leanne has spent the bulk of her career working in the electric utility sector with a focus on crisis and issues management, leadership development, employee engagement, and culture. Leanne earned a Bachelor of Applied Communications (BAComm) degree from Mount Royal University and is a Results Certified Coach (RCC) with the NeuroLeadership Institute.
When she’s not supporting her clients with their journeys, she is laser focused on the non-profit foundation that she launched in 2015 to support families in Alberta with critically or terminally ill children affected by CHD (Congenital Heart Disease) through contributions to research, community, care, and hope.
Through various roles in combination with her BBA from Mount Royal University, Sydney has learned that her passion lies in business growth and development. At the start of her degree Sydney had chosen an accounting focus, only to realize that the loves the challenge associated with change and uncertainty. Sydney pivoted several times throughout her BBA, and landed for good in Supply Chain; the constant evolution of processes and the ability to optimize wherever possible get's Sydney's mind reeling.
Sydney has had the opportunity to work with many different leaders, some that have helped to guide the way she see's opportunity. Sydney's leaders have shown her that nothing is unachievable, even if it may seem that way; the only way to find out is to hustle as hard as possible and learn to "shake it off" when you hit bumps in the road.
When Sydney's not hyper-focused on her current projects, she loves to fiddle around on the piano (to the detriment of her wall-sharing neighbours). Sydney's two kids keep her on feet and always remind her to slow down and appreciate life in the moment.
A recent BBA graduate, Conrad is looking to bring a fresh perspective, and learn as much as possible. A combination of numerous case analyses in classroom settings and his work as a paralegal, has exposed Conrad to various high-pressure business scenarios.
Conrad’s studies of business law during his BBA as well as ongoing experience as a corporate paralegal have allowed him to develop skills such as attention to detail, time management, critical thinking, and contract analysis. Previous experience in a retail warehousing role saw Conrad in charge of receiving all goods coming into a store where staying organized, and coordinating others were routine tasks.
When Conrad isn't working, he enjoys being physically active as often as possible, being in nature, and can often be found spending time with his family.