“I've rarely experienced a 'training' program that so effectively combines rigorous methodology with generous heart. I now have a living compendium of precise, relevant practices.”
“Working with Joanne and Laura has been transformational at many levels of my life. Through their Integral Coaching® training, I have come to understand what “being human” means.”
“Integral Coaching Canada provides what we believe is the most complete and comprehensive coaching program available. ”
Val Rosettani is one of the Assistant Directors of Training for Integral Coaching Canada Inc. She is also the Director of the Integral Coaching® Consortium for ICC.
Val possesses 20 years of corporate experience and brings this organizational understanding to her coaching practice and work with ICC. She has designed and facilitated leadership training programs, provided coaching at all levels of leadership, ‘coached the coach’ through observational coaching programs, and promoted the integration of coaching into the culture of a large, multi-tiered organization.
Val meditates, goes on silent retreats (whenever possible), is married and raising two children, and loves to go on long walks (winter or summer) with her dog.
Valerie is an executive coach with an impressive track-record since 2001 coaching individuals and teams of executives from Deputy Minister/CEO to junior management levels on a wide variety of management and leadership topics. In addition to her coaching experience, Valerie has over 30 years of practical experience in policy, strategic planning, teaching, and senior management. The power of Valerie’s coaching stems from the way she combines exceptional emotional intelligence with strategic and business acumen.
She has been a yoga and meditation practioner since 1972 and performs regularly as a jazz vocalist.
Her education includes an M.A. (Economics, Queens University); a B.Sc. (Psychology and Economics, Trent University); and a teaching certificate (Province of Ontario).
Wendy has been curious about human development and what has us “be” the way we are since she was a small human. She specializes in guiding clients to make effective and lasting impactful changes. She holds a BFA from Carnegie Mellon and an MBA from the University of Southern California. She spent 18 years running complex service organizations before choosing to become a coach/consultant. Her clients describe her as “compassionate, effective and inspirational.”
She lives north of Boston with her fiancé, and her 4 year old Norwegian Elk Hound- “Charm.” When she is not coaching/consulting she can be found in one of her 17 perennial beds enjoying the mud, dirt and sweat that allows for the beauty of New England in the spring and summer.
Wiebke is the President of elbe coaching. Her practice centres primarily on individual, executive and life coaching. In addition she is actively supporting new coaches as a Phone Coach for the Apprenticeship Module and as a Mentor for Certification Module students with Integral Coaching Canada.
Wiebke emphasizes rigour and compassion to support her clients. She is working on life and leadership topics with clients in both the public and private sectors.
Her husband, two children, dachshund, and attention to health and wellbeing bring balance to her life.
As co-founder of Human Capital Inc., Yasminka coaches professionals and leaders to explore and fully utilize their potential, so that they can influence people and outcomes - both for themselves and for their organizations - with greater impact and satisfaction.
Clients have described Yasminka's coaching style as insightful, challenging, and supportive. Her extensive experience of over 18 years in assessing leaders at all levels of diverse organizations, and in working with groups to improve their workplace satisfaction and performance, contributes to her credibility as a leadership coach.
Yasminka’s keen interest in working with different cultures has led to coaching and organizational development assignments in the United States, Europe, South America and Asia.
Her other passions include her family, gourmet cooking, alternative health, and yoga.
My calling is to support adults in their development and I have made a successful career in organizational development in Latvia and have worked with major international and local companies, corporations and government organizations here. I am known for being able to inspire even a dead man to walk, but when I realized that nor my personal gifts, nor knowledge, nor experience is enough to help people really attain the change they deeply long for, as a practitioner I set out to look for “what works”. I found the answers in ICC’s approach to what it takes for adults to change and develop.
Being a Master Integral Coach™ I am besides those who feel stuck in their careers, relationships, self and worldviews to live a life they deeply long for, or simply want to become more capable in one or the other aspect of their professional or personal domain or relationship with self. I especially love to work with leaders as supporting them in becoming better versions of themselves has such a profound impact on the environment and so many people around them.
I am lucky to have realized my deepest calling and am grateful to be allowed to do the work that brings so much meaning, relief and joy to life of others and myself.