An engaging Life and Leadership Coach, Paula is a catalyst for personal and organizational learning, growth and change. Wholehearted in her commitment to others’ successes, she is people-centric – gaining trust and growing relationships with those she works with. In her role as Change Management Specialist with 3sHealth, Paula brings the people side of change practice and methodology to provincial-wide and large-scale projects. Paula is a thinking partner whose experience is powered by knowledge in the areas of adult learning, development and personal change. She understands business realities; her corporate acumen stretches to include leadership development, coaching, change management, team building, communication and conflict resolution. Bringing together what she knows with what she enjoys, Paula inspires enthusiasm when coaching new and aspiring leaders. A reputation for coaching with impact, Paula takes a positive approach with clients to identify strengths, discover leadership styles and take/lift them to the next level in their careers. An undergraduate degree in Human Resource Development from the University of Regina, Paula obtained her Certified Executive Coach (CEC) designation through Royal Roads University's Graduate Certificate in Executive Coaching program, Victoria, British Columbia. An educator and a learner, Paula has a complement of qualifications to support her diverse coach approaches: • PROSCI Change Management Certification • Coaching with LEADS (Royal Roads University) • Saskatchewan (Health) Leadership Program • Habitat for Humanity Global Village Team Leader Training – in El Salvador • Conflict to Collaboration - Facilitator training through Ministry of Justice, Dispute Resolution Office • Crucial Conversations • Colour Spectrums • Appreciative Inquiry Theory and Practice Family, friends and good food bring balance to Paula’s life and she takes every opportunity to travel and enjoy nature through gardening, cooking, biking and walking. As Director of Membership for ICF Saskatchewan Charter Chapter and previously as a board member for Habitat for Humanity Regina, Paula credits her volunteer board experiences and leadership roles with non-profit organizations for the opportunities that allow her to build relationships, homes and fortitude.
Areas of Practice
Personal life | Leadership development | Executive leadership | Growth and change | Goal setting and achievement