Helping high-potential leaders grow beyond their preconceived boundaries and get unstuck in the areas that are holding them back.
With 25 years of experience in senior leadership roles in communications, advertising, marketing and healthcare, including nine years as Chief Communications Officer at Women’s College Hospital, Lili believes that by asking the right questions and challenging our assumptions, we can uncover new perspectives and integrate behaviors that will propel us forward – professionally & personally.
Lili has held senior roles at major public and private sector organizations where she managed multi-functional teams, developed strategy plans and led integrated communications campaigns for global blue-chip brands – like GlaxoSmithKline, Kellogg’s, Unilever, Nestle, KFC, IBM and Cadbury. She now brings that experience, together with accredited coach training, to help her coaching clients excel in their own careers and achieve their professional and personal goals.
Lili’s coaching process uses a pragmatic, creative approach to help her clients shift their mindset, understand who they are at their best and recognize the blind spots that are impeding their success. Her coaching model is based on her training at the Adler School of Professional Coaching and the methodology developed by Alfred Adler to create meaningful, sustainable shifts in human behaviour. Lili coaches people across various roles and organizations in Canada and the U.S. including KPMG, Scotia Bank, Bell Canada, Klick Health, St. Michaels Hospital, Women’s College Hospital, Shoppers Drug Mart, Indigo. She is a member of the International Coaching Federation (ICF) and a Fellow with the Institute of Coaching at McLean/Harvard.
Areas of Coaching Focus
Leadership Development, Communication Skills, Executive Presence, Team Management, Dealing with Change, Career Transitions, Personal Brand Coaching, Managing Stress and Burnout.