About the Authors
Jacqueline Peters, B.Sc., M.Ed., DProf, PCC, CHRP
Dr. Jacqueline Peters is an Executive coach, Team and Leadership specialist and author. She has over 15 years of experience supporting leaders, executives, and teams to achieve higher performance. Jacqueline’s clients say that her unique mix of practical corporate experience and doctoral level knowledge of leadership, coaching, and team effectiveness helps them achieve and exceed their personal and team productivity goals. She and Dr. Catherine Carr co-developed the High Performance Team Coaching System, a robust approach developed for leaders and coaches that is grounded in the research and proven practices that build team effectiveness.
Prior to coaching and facilitating leadership teams through her own company, Jacqueline spent many years working as a senior leader focused on management and leadership development in large corporations. Jacqueline is a professional member of the Canadian Association of Professional Speakers (CAPS), and a professional certified coach (PCC) with the International Coaching Federation (ICF).
She has a Doctorate (DProf) in Leadership Development and Coaching from Middlesex University (UK), specializing in team coaching. The dissertation that she co-authored with Catherine Carr was awarded the Ken Goulding award for the most outstanding professional doctorate at Middlesex University in 2012.
Catherine Carr, B.Sc., M.Ed., DProf, PCC, RCC Dr. Catherine Carr has 20 years of experience in leadership development, group and team coaching, coach training and supervision, and program facilitation. She offers evidence-based approaches to coaching and organizational development.
Catherine is known for her warmth and confidence building approach. She supports and motivates leaders and teams to imagine their ideal and make it real. In 2011 Catherine helped design and launch the British Columbia Public Service Agency’s innovative team coaching service, which is embarking on team coaching services for potentially 26,000 staff. Her current work includes developing coaching culture initiatives for organizations, of which team coaching is an essential component. Catherine is a professional certified coach (PCC) with the International Coaching Federation (ICF).
She has a Doctorate (DProf) in Leadership Development and Executive Coaching from Middlesex University (UK), specializing in team coaching. She co-developed the High Performance Team Coaching system with Dr. Jacqueline Peters. The dissertation that she co-authored with Jacqueline Peters was awarded the Ken Goulding Award for the most outstanding professional doctorate at Middlesex University in 2012.