Bringing out the best in others
Pam is always looking for ways to maximize opportunities for people to do their best work and be personally fulfilled. Leading our Career Transition practice, Pam is knowledgeable and resourceful, and leads in a thoughtful, empathetic way to bring out the best in her clients.
With a deep belief in the proven expertise and future potential of her clients, Pam takes a realistic, active listening approach to career coaching which helps clients move through transition successfully. This is equally applicable to her leadership coaching and experience coaching entrepreneurs in micro and small businesses to achieve professional success. Pam’s work includes the use of tools such as 360 Feedback, Myers Briggs assessments, Forte and Prevue Assessments. Clients are motivated by Pam’s resourcefulness and enthusiasm.
Pam has worked in a number of industries, including private and public sectors with a focus on healthcare, oil and gas and the not-for-profit industries. She has skillfully partnered with senior human resources and business executives to address a variety of talent management issues from competency management implementations to teambuilding to employee reduction strategies. In addition, she has assisted organizations with strategic planning and policy development initiatives. Pam brings a high level of energy and commitment to every project, expecting and delivering superior results.
Invested in the community
A sense of community investment and participation was instilled in Pam from a young age. And she has continued to find ways to support the community, volunteering with some incredible organizations, including The Calgary Winter Olympics, The YWCA of Calgary and The Women’s Centre. She is a three-time recipient of the YWCA’s “Volunteer of the Year” award.
Pam earned a BA from the University of Alberta and holds the Canadian Human Resources Professional designation along with a certificate in financial planning. She is a member of the Human Resources Institute of Alberta and sits on Mount Royal University’s HR Partnership Council.
Finding time for bliss
When Pam manages to find some spare time, you’ll find her on the golf course, in the garden, enjoying great food, sipping some tasty wine or she’ll be on a travel adventure exploring the world. Pam also loves to find time to catch up with friends, dive into a good book or find her bliss in a yoga class.
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