Blair Stark, PCC, CPHR
In addition to being an International Coach Federation (ICF) certified PCC, Blair Stark is also a certified Executive and Life Coach from the Rayner Institute and a Chartered Professional in Human Resources. Before getting into executive and life coaching he had a career in Human Resources where he worked in various management and consultative roles in both the public and private sectors, working in natural resources, government and post-secondary institutions. Throughout his career he has worked closely with executives, senior leaders and management to help them achieve their work place goals and found that those who sought guidance and coaching from him had much greater success in a shorter time frame over those who did not. His passion for helping workplace leaders realize their goals is what led him to pursue a career in coaching.
“I strongly believe that anyone who is truly serious about making improvements in their life or moving their business forward needs a coach. The proven benefits of executive coaching expand beyond the workforce and are becoming increasingly relied upon by organizations to help their employees become more engaged, focused and stronger leaders. I believe that coaching provides clients with the tools to create positive life and business opportunities, and make tangible self-improvement plans in a safe and comfortable setting free of judgement.”
Simina Stark, ACC
Simina is an International Coach Federation (ICF) certified ACC, as well as a certified Holistic Life, Career and Executive Coach from the Goal Imagery Institute. She has had a successful career in Finance and Management across various industries including energy, retail and pension investments. Her drive for personal and professional development over the past 15 years led her to leadership roles guiding others to reach their goals and organizational objectives. This passion developed into a career in coaching where she now leverages her expertise and training to help clients overcome challenges and achieve their full potential.