Executive coach, Women’s coach, Onboarding/transition coach
Location: Vancouver, BC. Canada. Works with clients globally.
Languages: English and French (bilingual)
After managing and developing teams of talent practitioners in numerous types of industries, including energy, hospitality, banking, security and business services, she retrained as a coach.
Christine, as an active listener and true connector, helps leaders and teams navigate through change and decision-making processes.
Her strong academic background and international management experience allow her to coach leaders, teams and organizations into seeing new perspectives, building leading skills and creating sustainability in motivational strategies.
She works globally and focuses on values, stereotypes and discrimination and helps breakthrough limiting beliefs. She specializes in the areas of talent development, communication issues and effective strategy execution in ever-changing virtual international and cross cultural business environments.
MA, PhD, English language and culture, contemporary studies (Paris La Sorbonne university)
ICF member, ICF Vancouver chapter Chair Program 2012-13, ACC (PCC in process)
French governmental institutions
"Christine is an excellent career coach due to her abilities to quickly understand and identify the key issues of her clients (…) she guides the clients towards positive results and a better understanding of their goals and inner strengths. She is an asset to aid in the development of key personnel."
Jill Sisler, Former Financial Controller at Total, France, now Manager of Business Support & Marketing at Total, Houston, USA.
"I was very impressed by Christine’s reactivity, liveliness and soft skills. A result oriented and extremely motivated professional, she always remains 100% focused on helping people be successful. Her active listening and true communication skills also give full attention to the client and increase trust, credibility and cooperation. Christine is an insightful coach always showing respect, reliability and enthusiasm."
Marion Piekarec, former HR, now management consultant