Tanya Lanigan

As a Professional Certified Executive Coach, she brings to Canadian College of Health Leaders over 25 years of leadership experience: Certified Executive Coach (CEC) Royal Roads University; Professional Certified Coach (PCC) International Coach Federation; Licensed Facilitator, Coaching out of the Box ® Train the Trainer; MEd, University of Alaska Southeast; BEd, University of Victoria; Strength Deployment Inventory ® Level 1 Certification.   Tanya’s key values of integrity, loyalty, courage and service guide her passion and work in support of leaders and their organizations’  achievement  of exceptional performance  and results. Spanning from the top tiers in organizations  across to the emerging leader, Tanya can help leaders hold themselves accountable for commitments, performance and results. Her most successful coaching clients are leaders who are committed to becoming great role models for leadership development and who are ready to move from high potential to high performance.  For Tanya, learning is a lifelong passion and commitment.  She holds a Bachelor degree in Secondary Education from the University of Victoria and a Master in Education degree in Secondary Curriculum development  from the University of Alaska Southeast. Tanya proudly holds a graduate certificate in Executive Coaching from Royal Roads University and is an Associate Coach with the Canadian Centre of Advanced Leadership in Business (CCAL), Haskayne School of Business. Working to raise the profile of coaching in the North, Tanya founded the Pan North Coaches Group in October 2013 and is a licensed facilitator for Coaching Out of the Box. ®  Tanya’s client list includes C-­‐level executive leaders, educational leaders, civic leaders, and mid management  supervisory leaders from: business, entrepreneurs,  Crown corporations,  municipal and provincial governments,  and Not for Profit organizations.   As a person with a passion for fitness, health, and well-being, Tanya pursues an active lifestyle. She enjoys power walking, kayaking, fishing, cooking, has bicycled in the International  Kluane Chilkat bike relay and played on a National Women’s slo pitch team. Along with her loving husband of +20 years, one son and two daughters, Tanya loves spending time with family and friends amidst the natural beauty of the Yukon and BC’s West Coast.