Amy Vodarek

Leadership Coach, Author, Facilitator

Amy Vodarek is a leadership, career and work life success coach, consultant, facilitator and speaker. Leaders and teams to entrust Amy to enhance commitment and performance so they can create a meaningful impact. She’s a catalyst for change and clients work with Amy to amplify leadership competencies, heighten awareness of their reactive tendencies and learn essential skills to navigate missing and courageous conversations.

In addition to her corporate and organizational work, Amy is committed to guiding women to step into their leadership potential and to shine in their own light. She is a speaker and co-author of the book Good Enough. Embrace who you are. Unleash your brilliance, exploring the barriers women leaders and business owners face. After interviewing over 150 professional women, Amy learned the often-hidden obstacles that hold women back from expressing their full power and potential. Her talks and workshops offer strategies for women leaders to over come these barriers and build confidence. She coaches high potential women to heighten awareness of limiting beliefs, enhance leadership skills and cultivate a growth mindset to create an impactful leadership presence.

Amy brings to her work the experiences gained during her 25+ year career in a variety of leadership positions in acute care, public health and post-secondar education and curriculum design. She holds an MScN and BScN from McMaster University and executive coaching certifications from Newfield Network and The Institute for Generative Leadership. She’s certified in The Leadership Circle Profile and Leadership Culture Survey, Open Space Technology, Whole Person Process Facilitation and Organizational Health and Balance.

Amy is the founder of Insight Edge and Amy Vodarek and Associates and is an Associate Consultant with Altus Growth Partners and Courage Group International.  She calls Milton, Ontario Canada home and is the proud mom of 4 children and 2 fur babies. 905-299-0507 LI

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