June 11 Event – “Inspiring Greatness through Internal and External Coaching”


Tuesday, June 11, 2019 – 5:30pm to 8pm


Join us on Tuesday, June 11 for a thought provoking and informative panel discussion on the role coaching plays in an organization.


Hear from well-versed experts, experienced in integrating coaching into the workplace. Each has a clear understanding and advanced knowledge and will share tips and practical steps for inspiring greatness within an organization, for internal or external coaches.




Mark Winter
Mark is the President of ICF’s Vancouver Chapter and the Director, Agent Development for Macdonald Realty. Mark’s primary focus is on the company’s Connected Learning education platform. He spearheaded a refreshingly different professional coaching and leadership program for the organization, with the objective of enhancing professional performance for the benefit of both agents and clients. Through his efforts, Macdonald Realty earned the ICF Vancouver Chapter’s CoachingWise Award. Mark is a PCC (ICF) and a Certified Organizational Coach (UBC).


Jayne Tellier
Jayne is all about connection – she thrives on it. As a certified Executive and Leadership Coach, her passion is connecting and supporting individuals and teams in their pursuit of their personal and professional goals in life. With many years of experience in the corporate world in sales, operations and learning and development, Jayne now serves as the Corporate Leadership Coach for all leaders within the British Columbia Automobile Association (BCAA). She was instrumental in BCAA being awarded the CoachingWise designation from ICF Vancouver in 2016. Jayne holds a Master of Arts in Leadership from Royal Roads University. She is a CPCC, a Certified Conversational Intelligence® (C-IQ) Coach, and an ACC (ICF). Jayne is also Vice President of ICF’s Vancouver Chapter.


Michael Newland
Michael is the Coach & Program Manager for BC Hydro. His work focuses on shifting individuals, teams, and organizations to greater performance and fulfilment.

Michael has a successful record of developing leaders, engaging people, integrating the strategic with the operational, conditioning ideas and initiatives from planning to execution, and deepening alignments. He brings a complement of experience serving in corporate and entrepreneurial settings coupled with an MBA and a PCC (ICF) designation.


Jocelyne Hamel
Jocelyne Hamel, has over 30 years in non-profit leadership, including over 13 years in her current role as executive director of Mount Pleasant Neighbourhood House. Jocelyne launched Reframe Insight Coaching and Consulting in 2018 and has varied coaching experience with business and non-profit leaders. Jocelyne has an MA Leadership and Training (Royal Roads University), a BA Business Administration (Simon Fraser University), a Certificate in Executive Coaching (Royal Roads University) and holds an ACC (ICF) designation.

Very recently, Mount Pleasant Neighbourhood House participated in the UBC Organizational Coaching Project, and Jocelyne will speak about this experience from an NPO perspective.


The panel discussion will be moderated by Heather Turnbull, Director of Organizational Engagement for ICF’s Vancouver Chapter, PCC and Certified Organizational Coach.


When:   Tuesday, June 11, 2019
5:30 pm – 6:00 pm Registration and networking
6:00 pm – 7:30 pm Panel discussion and questions
7:30 pm – 8:00 pm Networking/end


Light snacks and refreshments provided.


Where:   Mount Pleasant Neighbourhood House, 800 East Broadway Street, Vancouver


Register HERE to join this event.
ICF members $15
Non-member/guest $25


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