“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. ”
For nearly a decade, Rita has worked in the intercultural, diversity, and human development fields. She is passionate about supporting individuals to unlock deep potential and achieve greater personal and professional performance. Her specialty is helping executives and their spouses to effectively and gracefully transition across cultures. She also builds and rollout management training programs for corporate teams to build intercultural competence. For her, Integral Coaching® offers an unparalleled process to partner with clients in transformational change.
Rita has trained executives from dozens of global companies and worked for world-class institutions in the financial and academic sectors. Originally from Salvador, Brazil, she has lived in North America and Europe and worked in eight countries. Her Master’s degree is in Social Justice in Intercultural Relations.
She practices Yoga, Tai Chi, meditation, and loves dancing through life with her husband and daughter.
A highly experienced executive with a particular expertise in coaching, executive leadership & adult learning. Over 20 years managing the design, delivery & evaluation of complex programs in the private, not-for-profit & public sectors including overseas experience.
Robin has been actively involved in coaching since 2000 with the goal of supporting individuals & teams to step beyond their limits and into their true potential.
Currently, as Senior Director, Knowledge Management (Policy Research Initiative), Robin is exploring inter-collaborative technologies.
Robin is a dual citizen (American/Canadian), is willing to travel & is able to work in French/English environments.
Robin & her partner have 4 children. She has been an active member of Masters Swimming since 1983 & is an avid golfer.
“Follow your Smile”, could be my motto!
I try to keep it as a guide to what I do in my Life. And today, I truly love what I do! What is your inner smile and do you follow it in front of decisions, challenges?
After having held several HR roles in different industries and countries in Europe, I am today juggling – with a smile– between my own freelance activities and my senior HR role in the corporate world of a large global company. It gives me the opportunity to support people development in different forms: facilitation and Leadership development training for international Leaders and teams; individual and team coaching....with a smile.
I Live in Munich with my wife and my 2 daughters.
Initially, it was my passion for sport and music, two seemingly opposite endeavours, that compelled my fascination with human uniqueness and personality (What do I do when I don't fit the "box"?!). While competing internationally with Team Canada as a water polo player, I began pursuing various coaching certifications to quench my curiosity. Over time, my fascination with personality, coupled with my lifestyle centered around performance, brought me to my sweet spot: helping individuals and teams understand who they are, what they really care about and how to go get it.
Since retiring from my career as a professional athlete, I have been working independently as well as partnering with different coaching firms. My clients span from a Fortune 100 company to the Canadian Olympic Committee to startup entrepreneurs.
I also began my corporate career about 3 years ago working as the director of global organizational development and then director of global HR at IEC Holden, a multinational organization that makes electric motors (and more!). Although I only watch our people build our motors in awe, I feel great pride that we power the NYC subway and new public transit in Saudi Arabia...or even the expansion of the railway in Africa! At IEC Holden, I began with co-creating and leading our Leadership Development Program with 45 leaders around the world, developing trust with our employees and coaching our management team, and I have recently transitioned to being accountable for all of global HR.
In July 2020, I will take maternity leave for the birth of my first child. We'll see where my career goes from there, although, I do believe I'll venture back out on my own and build back up my coaching and working facilitating practice.
Message me to say hello and also visit rosannatomiuk.com for more info!
After working in the Public Service of Canada for 26 years Roxanne obtained 3 coaching certifications from: New Ventures West, Integral Coaching Canada, and the International Coach Federation. She has been coaching executives and leaders since 2001. During these years Roxanne has provided coaching throughout the Public Service of Canada, the University of Ottawa, and the City of Ottawa. Since 2013 Roxanne has also coached executives in 10 Caribbean countries and 2020-21 will be the executive coach for a leadership development program for women leaders in Africa.
In addtion to one on one coaching Roxanne leads Peer Coaching/ Action Learning Groups and has developed a certification program for coaches/facilitators. To date Roxanne has certified over 80 coaches/leaders in leading these groups.
Roxanne is equally interested in providing coaching based workshops. To date she has developed and led a wide range of worshops for coaches and leaders including: The Leader as Coach, Coaching and the Enneagram, Coaching Executives and an Introduction to Coaching. Finally, she developed an instrument based on coaching models to determine the leadership style organizations are enabling.
As a professional bicycle stunt rider, making the impossible seem effortless might seem a natural theme for Ryan. But to begin this fifteen-year career as an athlete and independent business person while still in high school takes effortless impossibility to a different level. It is these skills, experiences and intent that Ryan brings to his coaching practice.
What is ‘impossible’ in your life right now? Ryan dares you to consider this question as a doorway to greater meaning, fulfillment, and purpose. It is a deep privilege to support individuals in change, and Ryan seeks to build a co-creative trust with clients such that their unique gifts begin flowing more effortlessly, and the impossible indeed becomes possible.
Sam began his career in leadership development as a Senior Associate at Barnes and Conti, Inc., a leadership development firm working with a range of industries from energy to healthcare, financial services to high tech. While still maintaining a close professional relationship with Barnes & Conti, Sam has his own executive coaching practice now that leverages his masters degree in Organizational Psychology, his training with Integral Coaching Canada®, and 10+ years of experience working with Fortune 500 Companies.
Sam has experience as an entrepreneur, having started two companies operating in the sustainable energy sector in the United States. He is married to his high school sweetheart, Monique, and together they have two sons, Andres and Marcelo. An avid Aikido practitioner, Sam combines a grounded approach from eastern philosophy to western business practices.
In his spare time Sam loves to play baseball and soccer with his sons, and go dancing with his wife!
I support talented and skilled professionals to do more in less time, and thereby increase their well being and impact in our world.
Do you recognize the following?
- Todo's that stay on your list forever
- Feeling overwhelmed and out of control
- Not having enough time, energy and motivation
- Chaos in your head
- Feeling you're doing the wrong things at the wrong time
This can be highly frustrating and stressfull, for yourself as well as for the people close to you.
As a coach I therefore specialize in Personal Productivity; I guide people to more effectively make use of of their personal resources.
A little bit about me: I studied geography and made a career as Geopgraphic Information System Specialist. I'm also fascinated by human growth and development, and my longing to actually work in that field motivated me to become an Integral Coach. As for hobbies I practice Aikido and Contact Improvisation (dancing), and I like to spend time in nature and do outside acitivities like hiking and camping.
I offer coaching to leaders in the non-profit, public and private sectors, working with clients who want to be more effective – in their work or home life - but are not sure where to start. I support them to develop the capabilities they need with my wisdom, wit, deep care and commitment. I work with my clients where they are, helping them to grow as leaders.
I came to Integral Coaching Canada through a 25 year career of being curious about people: as a radio and print journalist in the UK and then the founder of a girls’ rights and football (soccer) programme in Kenya. I lived the first 28 years of my life in the UK and the next 20 in Kenya. I returned to the UK in August 2020 and currently work in human and organizational transformation. I develop bespoke personal development programme for groups and individuals, helping them to grow into the leaders they want to be with curiosity, passion and big ideas.
I am a writer, a runner and a lover of all sports.
Sean Esbjörn-Hargens, PhD, is a prominant scholar-practitioner in Integral Theory holding numerous leadership roles including Vice President of Applications and Research at Integral Institute, founding executive editor of the Journal of Integral Theory and Practice, founding chair of the Department of Integral Theory at JFK University, and served as faculty at Integral Coaching Canada for a number of years. He is the co-author of Integral Ecology. In 2011 he founded MetaIntegral. Sean has over twenty years of leadership experience. His passion as a coach comes from his love of being alive, his commitment of looking directly at reality without blinking, and his desire to increase people’s experience of intimacy with Being. He is a practitioner within Tibetan Buddhism and the Diamond Approach and lives in Sebastopol, California on five-acres of redwoods with his wife and daughters.