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Oil field Waste Facility Vs Lake Community

Waste Facility  vs  Lake Community—a Tale of 5 Mediations

Background:

An oil field management facility company had submitted an application to the Energy Regulator to build a facility within 3 km of a lake. […]

April 29th, 2020|0 Comments

MEDIATION: A PIPELINE QUANDARY

Background:

An oil company has applied to build a new pipeline and battery facility on a landowner’s property, where a number of its pipeline Right of Ways (ROW) currently existed. Some of the […]

April 29th, 2020|0 Comments

A Family Mediation: Spousal Support and Pension Issues

A Family Mediation: Spousal Support and Pension Issues

Background:
A couple (lets call them Sally and Harry) were divorced in 1998. Both are in their late 60’s. They had been married for 26 years, […]

February 18th, 2019|0 Comments

Preparing for Mediation Equals Success

Preparing Equals Successful Outcomes

Remember the big job interview? What about that “make-or break” test, or the important client interview? What was needed to succeed? Preparation. Right! What would have happened without proper […]

January 23rd, 2017|0 Comments

Workplace Mediation–a Case Summary

A Multiparty Workplace Mediation

In this case, five members of an organization were experiencing ongoing issues for a number of months and escalating difficulties.  Despite the best efforts of the Executive Director and Human […]

January 17th, 2017|0 Comments
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Prior to working with Judy, I was quite skeptical about personal coaching. I thought coaching was for flakey people, and I thought I was the exact opposite.

Judy completely changed my assumptions about what a professional coach is and how they get  results. Her sessions were extremely structured and goal focused based upon what I wanted to achieve for that session. Her weekly questions help me focus my short and long term goals, and her tenor was always brief and to the point (with a sensational laugh and sense of humour to boot). Little did I know, she was tailoring her approach so I would be comfortable with the process; after all, I didn't need to talk through my feelings, I needed to figure out how to get a mad workload done at home with a one year old in tow!

Something I never expected from our sessions was the amount of personal introspection that occurred when talking about my 5 year professional goals, and the writing, calculating, and strategic execution of financial projections for a small business. I realized that unless I am able to over prepare for tasks, I feel vulnerable because I am no longer able to over prepare and binge work the same way I had prior to having my baby.  Judy’s coaching helped me focus—I changed my plan, my process, and my personal perspectives. I was able to accomplish everything I had originally intended to do while maintaining my new family commitments AND I accomplished all my business goals in the time I had planned while maintaining the balance of my new family life.

Margo L Vancouver, BC August 19, 2016

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