Turning conflict into
and creative change.
Facilitating solutions for you and your teams for over 20 years.
MA, CPCC, ACC
Hi! I’m Pam...
I facilitate solutions. Conflict is stressful, often painful. Conflict is also an opportunity for creative change and growth. I will support you in turning conflict into opportunity for innovation and growth.
If you are a team leader, I will support you in navigating conflict within your team – shifting from conflict to collaborative conversation and solutions.
If you have any questions or want to know more, please contact me.
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What People Say
I decided to try coaching to overcome a longstanding block I experienced with being successful at interviews. Pam put me at ease during our coaching sessions and skillfully helped me to believe in my ability to perform well at interviews and more importantly in many other areas of my life. Her coaching was a major contribution to my success in being offered the job of my dreams in a highly competitive process.
Pam worked with me to dig into what truly motivates me at work and how to deal with difficult client relationship issues. We also discussed how I could get more satisfaction in my free time. Since my meetings with her, I have produced a successful children’s tv show and have re-connected to my love of making art. Pam is patient and thoughtful and helps you to ask yourself the questions that will move you forward. By working with her and doing the homework she assigned, I feel I have a deeper understanding of how to be my best self.
I have utilized Pam’s skills as a facilitator working with our Safety Committees at both Canfor and Tolko. As a facilitator, she creates an environment where all participants become actively engaged in the process. The results are demonstrated in a strong commitment by the participants to achieving the targets and goals that are agreed to. Participants leave the process with positive comments about the process and Pam’s ability to engage them in a positive outcome.