Tag: visual coach graduate

GRADUATE SPOTLIGHT: JACKIE FORBES

Jackie Forbes headshot as a Visual Coach Certification Graduate

A hearty cheer for Certified Visual Coach, Jackie Forbes from Edinburgh, UK! Jackie came to Visual Coach Certification with a super strong background, in working with both groups and individuals. She is a former co-owner of a leadership and management development consultancy, with clients in global corporations in Europe and Australia. A very experienced Corporate… Read more »


GRADUATE SPOTLIGHT: CATHY WALSH

cathy walsh visual coach certification gradualt against one of her visual maps

Cathy Walsh has always been a Visual Thinker and Communicator … way before it was popular. She’s been embedded in the National Health Service (NHS) in England, for 40 years, in the integrative care system. Cathy’s delighted that her natural way of working is now so accepted and valued. NHS supported her training in Visual… Read more »


GRADUATE SPOTLIGHT: GERI BRIGGS

Graduate spotlight on geri briggs banner with her portrait wearing first nations scarf

With her effervescent spirit and humour, it’s been a pleasure having Geri Briggs in several of my programs over the years. Now a minted Certified Visual Coach®. Geri’s had a life of service in not-for-profit organizations and municipal government. Thirty years of working with vulnerable populations: new immigrants, domestic abuse, drug and alcohol, rehab, and… Read more »


GRADUATE SPOTLIGHT: ERIN CAMPBELL HOWELL

portrait of erin campbell howell against the maze she built out of bricks and grass in her backyard

Erin partners with business leaders and teams to help them realize their potential through professional development, coaching, and facilitation. Certified Visual Coach® is now on her list of credentials. Working with Erin, leaders and teams co-create value by learning more about themselves and others, clarifying and aligning around their purpose, partnering with key stakeholders to… Read more »


GRADUATE SPOTLIGHT: PEGGY FRANK

Peggy Frank smiling beside art in the forest

Peg’s early years were spent in a house filled with oil paintings and international students. Both the art AND the people left their impressions. After studying marine science, she shifted to illustrating trees, plants and ecological processes for foresters and naturalists. Infected with HIV long before there was any medical treatment, her recovery was slow… Read more »