“I am inspired by my clients who take the risk to reflect, evaluate outdated paradigms and, integrate new insights into action plans for change.”
Dr. Mary Grogan is a passionate educator, counselor, and life/leadership coach who has spent a lifetime inspiring, and supporting diverse students, teachers, families, and a variety of professionals to realize their potential and dreams. Committed to values of social justice and a humanistic leadership style, she has led inclusive, collaborative and innovative learning communities in Toronto and abroad. She has delivered professional development initiatives at local, national and international conferences. As a curious learner, she completed a B.A. (Sociology),a M.Ed. (Applied Psychology) and certificates in Family Therapy, Mediation, Principal’s Qualifications and, Cognitive Coaching. While she was a Principal and a part-time behavior science instructor on a medical school campus in Dominica, she completed a doctorate in Educational Leadership, and facilitated an innovative reflective practice program with medical students. Her insight about the power of reflection for building confident and competent leadership, and her desire to empower others in their own leadership journey motivated her to write, The 7 C’s of Global Leadership, an inward journey of tapping into your potential.
Currently she lives near the lake in Toronto, close to a yoga studio and juggles consulting, coaching, speaking and fun time with grandchildren and friends.
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