Kristi is a Global Career Coach with IMPACT Group where she serves on the Relocation team. She is a positive and action-orientated coach who is passionate about working with individuals and families. Kristi has a genuine desire to help others in finding fulfillment, defining purpose, and setting and meeting career and life goals. A highly effective motivator, she enjoys guiding others toward action. Her approach is guided by positive psychology and design thinking principles.
Throughout her career, Kristi has coached individuals and groups both as a career counsellor and as a leader. Focusing on navigating career transitions, exploring and deciding on career options, and supporting personal and professional development, she guides people to be their best selves. She also has corporate training experience in strategic and change management, leadership development, and communication. Kristi is a confident speaker and facilitator who enjoys engaging with groups.
Kristi is an avid traveler and explorer. She has spent time in Australia, New Zealand, and Spain. In addition, she has traveled to Canary Islands, Azores, Hawaii, Belize, Honduras, and Turks and Caicos. Within Canada, Kristi has lived in Western Canada in Alberta, and in Eastern Canada in Ontario and Quebec.
Kristi currently lives in Ontario, Canada with her husband and two kids. She is a Certified Canadian Counsellor with the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association. She holds a major in Women Studies as part of her Bachelor of Arts. She earned a Master of Education in Counselling Psychology and is currently completing her Doctorate in Education in Counselling Psychology. Kristi is certified in assessments such as Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), Strong Interest Inventory (SII), and True Colors. She speaks conversational French and Spanish.
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