Time & Location
Feb 15, 2024, 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. PST
About the Event
We all hate uncomfortable conversations because …. well, they’re uncomfortable. Our instinct is to avoid them. After all, we’re nice people who don’t want to hurt others’ feelings. But avoiding those difficult conversations can cause bigger problems. Join us for this one-hour webinar to learn strategies to handle challenging conversations effectively.
This webinar is facilitated by:
Heather’s passion to support new and aspiring leaders as they embrace their leadership journey has always guided her in her work.
Heather is an executive coach, speaker, author, partner in LumiLead,, and owner of Bold and Brave Coaching. Before becoming a Certified Executive Coach with her Associate Certified Coaching (ACC) designation from the International Coaching Federation, Heather worked in the education system and held several leadership positions throughout her 28-year career. She is a Certified Positive Intelligence Coach and holds accreditation in Emotional Intelligence. Heather has a Masters in Educational Leadership and Administration and a Masters in Counselling Psychology.
Heather is a Certified Rethinking Impostor Syndrome Coach Practitioner and uses her expertise to support leaders in building confidence, gaining greater clarity, and “stamping out impostor syndrome”. Heather volunteers for the Women In Leadership Foundation and is the co-chair for the Alberta chapter. She is also an instructor for the “Girls On Fire” program in Sherwood Park, AB.
Keri has a genuine desire to make a positive change in the world, as leader and by supporting others to become more confident, effective leaders.
Keri is an executive coach, speaker, leadership expert, partner in LumiLead, and the founder and president of Ellevate Executive Coaching. Before becoming a Certified Executive Coach accredited with the International Coaching Federation (ICF), Keri completed two undergraduate degrees in French and Communications and spent more than 20 years in Public Relations helping executive teams communicate with stakeholders. During this time, she was a messenger and advisor for leaders. This led her to the field of
leadership—as a leader herself, then empowering others to become leaders.
Keri’s passion for leadership led her to complete a Masters of Arts in Leadership and a Graduate Certificate in Executive Coaching at Royal Roads University in Victoria, BC. She also holds accreditations in emotional intelligence, change management, communications and team building.
Today Keri helps leaders become more confident and effective resulting in increased personal performance, better employee engagement and effectiveness, and stronger business results.
Keri is co-chair of the Saskatchewan chapter of Women in Leadership Foundation, and the Chair of the Board of Directors of CityKidz Regina.
Limited spots available for the live session. All who register will receive a recording of the event.
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