I’m Shelley Langille,
and I built the International Coach Coalition.
I am passionate about helping people realize their potential, empowering organizations to create a supportive learning and employment environment and building collaborative relationships. I’m a coach, connector, and communicator who strives to build partnerships and link like-minded people and institutions.
I’m a Certified Executive Coach (CEC) through Royal Roads University, an Accredited Certified Coach (ACC) member of the International Coach Federation (ICF), and have twenty years of career coaching experience.
How do you find an executive coach? One who understands your business sector, is aligned with your values, can help you effectively achieve your goals, and is certified and accredited? While I was in my Executive Coaching graduate program, along with 43 mid-career folks like me looking to up their coaching game, I recognized the incredible variety of experience and knowledge within our cohort. When I reached out to my network to solicit volunteer clients looking to be coached and add to our experiential learning, I found myself sharing members of my network with my fellow students. I looked at the client’s goals, their business sector, and where they were experiencing challenges, and introduced them to classmates that were a fit.
My coaching focus is in three areas; working with military, fire, police, and individual leaders in their career advancement and transition goals; helping people let go after being let go and find closure and new opportunities after losing their job; and coaching organizations on how to treat employees as well on the way out as they do on the way in.
My approach to coaching is to inspire people and institutions to achieve their highest professional and personal potential. I start every relationship with a foundation of trust and safety, curiosity and understanding, and clarity and self awareness, for both my clients and myself.