Heike Bronson

B.P.H.E./B.A. Psychology, M.A. – Ed. Leadership, Ed.D. – Leadership and Capacity Building

Heike Bronson Ed.D

Heike Bronson Ed.D

Heike is a skillful and passionate coach who brings many years of experience as an educator and administrator to the professional coaching she does at Mobility for Change. She has dedicated her career to working with individuals who are interested in improving their performance as leaders, athletes and students, as well as individuals who want to improve the quality of their daily lives.

She is a committed learner who has earned degrees at Queen’s University, U of Calgary and University of Toronto, as the basis for her professional coach training. Her professional coach training includes facilitator training with MentorCoach as well as International Coaching Federation (ICF) accredited training as a Professional Coach through Adler International Learning.

She continues to develop her skills as a professional coach by attending a variety of professional learning opportunities, and she is also involved with seminars and group presentations.






Recent professional learning includes:

  • Team Coaching – The Living Systems Approach – Adler International, Toronto – July 2015
  • Inquiry Institute – The Question Thinking Advantage – BASIC certification presented by Marilee Adams, Muskoka Woods, June 2015
  • Leadership Conference for Professional Coaches and Health Care professionals – Harvard University, Boston – Sept. 2014

 

Recent seminars and group presentations:

  • Co-facilitating MentorCoach training through the Ontario Principals Council (OPC) – upcoming
  • Co-facilitated a Teacher Leadership seminar as part of a Leadership Institute in New York City, hosted by Lucy West of Metamorphosis July 2015

This work with groups and organizations has led to the development of the Connection Conversations for Groups as an added service for Mobility for Change.

In her leisure time, Heike enjoys the physical and mental challenges of Ironman triathlon training and competition, as well as the camaraderie with training partners and coaches. She also likes to spend time at home with her family, coaching soccer in the community, outdoor activities with friends and reading anything related to group dynamics, leadership development and maximizing human potential.