assessments professional development
training facilitation leadership

What will take you to the next level?

Strengthening Organizations by Developing People

Vibrant Leadership provides facilitation services, assessments, and workshops to develop your leadership and team. We also provide customized curriculum development your in-service training, both online and classroom-based modules.

 

Whether you are a a supervisor interested in developing your leadership skills, or an organization wanting to enhance your team's focus, leadership, or community engagement, we can help!

Helping Individuals Find the Right Career

Vibrant Leadership coaches mid-career professionals wondering if they've chosen the right field. If you're not feeling satisfied with your chosen profession, it might be affecting your social and family life as well!  Find a career that makes you look forward to going to work; one that reflects your values and preferences in terms of tasks and environment. You don't have to abandon your work history or education - you may just need to focus on your strengths and transferrable skills. Using a combination of assessments, self-reflection and research, we will help you identify what you want to get out of life, and the best way to get there.

Past Clients Include:
  • Northern Health Authority

  • Province of BC

  • City of Prince George

  • School District 91

  • Community Futures Development Corporation

  • 16/97 Economic Alliance

  • Immigrant & Multicultural Services Society

  • BC TEAL

  • Two Rivers Gallery

  • Prince George Symphony Orchestra

  • Children First (Prince George, Mackenzie and Quesnel)

  • Prince George YMCA

  • Mackenzie Counseling

  • Coast Inn of the North

  • Activator's Society

  • Northern Family Health Society

  • Fireweed Collective Society

Recent News

Vibrant Leadership Launches a New Website!

April 2016

Vibrant Leadership now certified to deliver the Meyers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)

February 2016

JAZ Training & Facilitation Rebranding as Vibrant Leadership

January 2015