Our Approach

We work with individuals and teams who want to make positive change.  
Through the coaching process you will learn to:

  • overcome fear
  • live your values
  • be your true, authentic self
  • be courageous
  • ... and do the work.
If change were easy, we wouldn’t need help doing it.
— Wendy Thompson, Founder, Right Brain Teams

Coaching based in neuroscience and psychology

Emerging research in neuroscience reveals it's possible to rewire your brain. Rewiring your brain can increase satisfaction, improve productivity, and help you live a better life. Most important, rewiring your brain creates lasting change.

Psychology research provides a roadmap for improving your interpersonal relationships. By better understanding yourself, the people around you and the systems you operate in, you

  • increase creativity and innovation
  • improve trust and communication
  • manage conflict and stress. 

This approach to interpersonal relationships is referred to as Relationship Systems Intelligence™


Custom solutions designed for you

We develop custom solutions based on your goals. Your program may include any of the following:

  • Individual & Group Assessments
  • Classroom Instruction
  • One-on-One Coaching
  • Group Training & Keynote Presentations
  • Experiential Learning - Creative activities that help you internalize your coaching insights and change key behaviours.
  • Practical Application - Applying your new insights to real-life situations.

Transformation starts with you 

Only you can do the heavy lifting. To achieve your personal transformation you need to:

  • Commit to Change. Dig deep. Face your fear. Participate fully in the coaching experience.
  • Reflect. Tap into the intuitive mind where insights are hidden.
  • Apply the Learning. Be comfortable with being uncomfortable. And remember learning comes from your experiences. 

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21st Century Leadership Requires Right & Left Brain Traits

Values are like fingerprints. Nobody’s are the same, but you leave them all over everything you do.
— David Fairhurst, Author and HR Thought Leader
Too many of us are not living our dreams because we are living our fears.
— Les Brown, Author: "Live Your Dreams"