We help you develop new capabilities, opportunities and skills.
Our method of coaching is an action-oriented, future-focused practice with the aim of helping clients determine and achieve personal goals.
It focuses on awakening the resourcefulness and creativity of clients. Life, business or executive coaches use questions in a skillful manner to help their clients to become more resourceful in how they deal with present and future situations.
How is Coaching
Different Than Therapy?
Sometimes people use the words coaching, therapy, mentoring and consulting interchangeably. Although there are many similarities, the processes and outcomes are quite different. Therapy deals most often with the past, so that a patient can exist more fully in the present. Mentors share knowledge and experience.
Consultants are hired for their skill and experience. Consultants are hired for their skill and experience; they give specific advice and often teach their clients how to do a process or task.
The focus on attaining one’s potential is what sets coaching apart from therapy, mentoring and consulting. In coaching, the coach and client work together as a team to focus on what is working in order to build upon success.
Why Hire a Coach?
- Be more purposeful
- Be more successful
- Be happier
- Be more decisive
- Have more income
- Have more simplicity
- Have more balance
- Have less stress, illness or self-doubt
- Move away from high staff turnover
- Move away from delayed projects resulting from team conflict
Regardless of the specifics, clients hire coaches to help them become more resourceful and insightful about why they are where they are and how to move forward.
Certified Executive Coach PCC, Founder and Principle Partner, Coaching Navigator
John has coached, mentored and guided individuals to reveal their own authentic personal breakthroughs for over a decade. This leaves clients to achieve extraordinary results in times of fast paced change in varied cultural environments and generational groups. John has enjoyed many forms of learning and discovery by undertaking both personal and professional studies to enhance and build his fulfilling life and holds a degree from Concordia University in Montreal and a Certificate in Executive Coaching from Royal Roads University in Victoria.
He is an accredited PCC coach with the International Coaching Federation. He is a master trainer of NLP and has undertaken teaching such as Huna, shamic journey and time line therapy. John has been director of The Wright Learning Centre since 1997 where he and his partners have shared the learning journey of communication and wellness.
John is the father of four, with 40 years of successful business experience and 20 years of coach training experience. He owns and operates four successful enterprises in Canada is the founding Director of NLP Partners and has been a trainer for 15 years
Coaching / Business Development Professional
With his coaching background and business experience he is honoured to assist individuals that require this service.
In the first stage of his career, Mike became an entrepreneur in the automotive collision industry that started off with 1k in the bank and grew that business to million plus annual sales. From there, in the second stage of his career, he became a social entrepreneur for a grass-roots charity as CEO. And, collectively with other great individuals, grew that charity from 200k to 1.5 million annually.
Now, starting in the 3rd chapter of his life, he is excited to share his life and business experiences with others that require assistance and guidance in their development of their goals.
Trained and certified in many self-development initiatives, Mike is willing to discuss with you and create a unique and customized program that will support and motivate your momentum in reaching you life’s goals.
Make-A-Wish® Fundraiser Acknowledgements
Thank you to the 30 participants who attended the Alliance Building Networking event on August 17, 2015. Together we raised $2,500 for Adam’s wish to have an accessible home.
We would like to acknowledge our sponsors:
- CDS Building Movers ($500 donation plus the food and drinks)
- Monarch Homes ($500 donation)
We would also like to acknowledge the generous donations of the following door prizes:
- Judy Laws from Foursight Consulting who donated a framed Inuit print entitled Nicodemus Nowyook. Pangnirtung, Nunavut, Entitled “A part of Nowyook’s past” number 32 of 50
- Judy Thomas who donated three, 1-hour coaching sessions
- Ken Prevost who donated a mini Kobo
- Stephen Whitely who donated a copy of his book ‘Happiness Works’
- Reta Currie who donated a framed photo