A dynamic speaker, facilitator and coach, Carrie brings her experience as an executive, former practicing lawyer and adjunct law professor to her work in helping clients master the art and science of negotiation, conflict resolution and Conversational Intelligence®. She gets the challenges leaders face, and women leaders in particular.
Carrie specializes in helping her clients master their personal influencing power and leadership competencies in communication, persuasion, negotiation, and conflict management, while developing and maintaining their integrity and authenticity.
Carrie is an accredited negotiation consultant and strategist with ENS International, a Certified Authentic Leadership Program Facilitator, a Certified Conversational Intelligence® Coach, and a qualified assessor of the Myers Briggs Type Indicator™ (MBTI™).
Carrie’s understanding of the value of personal development, psychology and adult learning models has infused her work as a facilitator, mediator and conflict resolution practitioner, and enriched her design and facilitation of interactive training and coaching programs on negotiation, mediation, difficult conversations and conflict competency for leaders.
Her approachable and fun-loving style is paired with solidly-researched content and adult-learning techniques. Carrie regularly adapts tools and techniques from improvisational and forum theatre.
Carrie is a sought-after speaker and facilitator at conferences throughout North America, including an invitation by the White House. She is also the author of the forthcoming book, E.A.R.N. Your Worth™: Overcome the Top 7 Mistakes in Salary Negotiation to Get the Career and Life You Want.
Carrie was nominated for the 2011 RBC Women Entrepreneur of the Year, by Laurel Douglas, CEO of Women’s Enterprise Centre.