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Are you asking yourself ... How can I take my career to the next level? How can I keep everything else that’s important to me? Am I living the life I want? A professional Integral CoachTM, Cathy will work with you, at your pace, as you shape your goals and make lasting change to realize and sustain the work and personal life you want. Through experience and training, she:
- Understands the challenges and pressures of the public- and private-sector landscapes. For 25 years Cathy has led a consulting firm that serves the public sector, and holds degrees in Geography (B.A.) and Public Administration (M.A.).
- Knows the wild territory called “wanting it all.” With an almost-raised family of three young men, and a husband of many years, Cathy knows the challenges of achieving work-life balance.
- Is comfortable in the land of “when things fall apart.” Cathy has experienced the messiness of life and the unexpected surprises that arise from that place—including the gift of an open heart.
Ready to explore the wilderness? Contact Cathy for a first conversation without obligation. She works in person, by phone and through Skype (catherine.robinson19).
Ceridwen is committed to the powerful role coaching plays in supporting individuals to further develop their potential. Prior to becoming a Coach she directed the Centre for Leadership and Public Values at the Graduate School of Business, University of Cape Town for 8 years. Working with leaders from the private, public and civil society sectors has given Ceridwen a unique insight into the challenges leaders increasingly face in today’s complex environment.
Ceridwen has coached across a range of areas including educational, financial, NGO and multinational corporate sectors.
She has a keen interest in researching leadership issues and has published on this topic. She enjoys the discipline of Muay Thai (kickboxing) and Classical Guitar, both of which are part of her current Integral Life Practice.
Chela is out to support people in connecting deeply to their own unique sense of purpose and expressing that purpose in the world with confidence, authenticity and joy. Having started her first business at the age of 19, her entire adult life has been spent in leadership roles, mentoring others around taking ownership of their lives and careers.
Chela is particularly enthusiastic about building community, creating nourishing environments and empowering people to become leaders in their own circles of influence, large and small. She works with people who have a deep commitment to causing sustainable change in this beautiful world of ours, people who are ready and willing to get right out on the edge, pressing into and growing past their current limitations.
Cheryl supports kind people to become more powerful. Cheryl is committed to opening up and sustaining new possibilities for her clients to change themselves and their world. Her particular passion is to work with clients to access the power to change through their body-mind. As an educational innovator, her career has focused on the transformational possibilities of education. With a Bachelors of History and a Masters in Education, Cheryl has over 15 years experience in evaluation and research of innovative learning environments and 8 years of experience exploring ways to create more inclusion through intercultural education. Cheryl’s ongoing Aikido and Tai Chi practice aligns her to live with discipline, open curiosity and ongoing development in joyful service of others. She is exploring through aikido and other practice perspectives, the body-mind-spirit core for peaceful relations. Launching Kind Power in 2018, Cheryl is studying to become a Feldenkrais practitioner (graduating in 2022), a learning method that uses movement to improve the function of our brains, our nervous system and our movement. Balance in the body supports balance in our psychosocial and emotional selves and how we relate to others and our environment.
Ever since graduating from University (Bachelors of Commerce), Christine has expressed an interest in working with people and has been lucky to be able to do so by working in different Human Resources positions within diverse industries (IT, Consulting, Defence) over the past 10 years.
One common theme throughout her experience has been supporting the desire and struggles people have with personal development. Christine feels fortunate to have been introduced to Integral Coaching® and is looking forward to continuing to support employees and managers with their development in her current role as a Senior Human Resources Advisor at General Dynamics Canada.
Christine’s first passion is traveling and continues to work away at her list. She also enjoys yoga, hiking, reading, and the company of good friends.
Christine has a career that spans more than 24 years as a consultant and practitioner in the development field, covering Kenya and the East Africa region. She has led team efforts in developing turn-key strategies and the necessary supporting institutional structures. Because of her intuitiveness and outstanding facilitation skills, her strategic making processes have had breakthrough and sustainable results.
Christine is passionate about making a difference in people’s lives and this has been her key focus over the years. Her ability to get ‘into the shoes’ of the clients and feel where it pinches most has enabled her to powerfully influence and lead initiatives (strategy and training) that ranged in scale from small NGO donors to the corporate sector to government.
Her capacity to intensively get to the core of the matter ,openness and still have attention to detail has produced significant results in creating turn key strategies and building the necessary ‘people’ infrastructures necessary to deliver.
As her career progressed, Christine’s focus shifted to what she found to be the core of all strategic plans developed –people. In this regard, in 2012 Christine completed her Executive Master’s degree in Business Administration from the Copenhagen Business School, Denmark where she focused on the development and growth of the necessary leadership capabilities, in addition to business strategy.
In the last three years, she has added a focus on people development and was recently certified as an Integral Master Coach by Integral Coaching Canada, one of the leading global schools for professional coaches.
Today, Christine runs both a coaching practice – to support and develop the people who deliver the strategies on the day to day basis; in addition to working with organisations long term planning systems – a combination which she finds honouring, complimentary and necessary. This combination has enabled Christine to pursue her passion of making a difference in people’s development process.
As a long term consultant clients define her as an expert facilitator, strategist, passionate and skillful.
Christopher is a co-founder and lead consultant of Humaxis, a business design and leadership performance consultancy. Humaxis is creating a new class of services firm that teaches, mentors, and coaches how to lead enterprise transformation programs as a human-centric discipline. Our personality is highly reflective, paints with bold colours, and shares passionately.
We believe, in building brave and caring cultures, with strategic intent. Our work is transforming individual leaders by raising their capability and capacity to better design and transform their organizations. Our method combines design thinking, the Integral Coaching™ method, and strategic architecture techniques enabling us to gather human and data-driven insights to design business transformation at any scale of enterprise from relatively small firms like us to globally significant businesses and institutions.
Cindy retired from the Federal Public Service in December 2017 after 33 years of service. She held various management positions from 2000 onwards including at the executive level starting in 2007. Cindy is passionate about life, continual learning and people and developing others to reach their full potential. While in the Public Service she dedicated time coaching and mentoring managers and in her last year prior to retirement she coached managers in transition and new executives as part of a special assignment focused on leadership development and employee wellness in her Branch. In retirement she looks forward to continuing coaching managers and executives.
Cindy enjoys spending time with her husband, family and friends and loves to travel, read, practice yoga, garden, walk and volunteer.
Cindy Staunton insightfully and compassionately supports leaders to improve their ability to deliver in the areas of teamwork, productivity, collaboration and conflict resolution. With over 20 years of business management and consulting experience, she brings integrity, creativity and humor to her work with clients. She has a Master’s degree in Applied Behavioral Science and serves as adjunct faculty for Oregon Institute of Technology. Cindy is passionate about large group conflict, change management, emotional intelligence and the Enneagram. She has an innate ability to apply behavioral models in a way that supports her client’s development.
Cindy’s best moments are spent joyfully with her two daughters and husband, engaged in generative conversations with friends or hiking in green forests.
Ciro supports those who are willing to invest time and energy in their self-development and to make change happen in their lives and in their environment.
Throughout his professional life, Ciro has faced the challenge of bringing about change in individuals, teams and organizations. He brings to the coaching practice 25 years of experience in the corporate sector, where he held executive leadership positions in areas such as country management, strategic planning, organizational development and sustainability, and in the not-for-profit sector, where he merged his corporate experience with social and environmental matters.