Wendy Turpin is an executive coach and an organization and leadership consultant. A certified management consultant (CMC) with over 30 years of experience, she works with senior leaders facing the challenges of strategic change, most often in the areas of strategic change programs, organization design, culture change, and senior team effectiveness. Her consulting experience is a strong foundation for deep understanding of the context, challenges, and complexities faced by her coaching clients as she works with them to accelerate the development of leadership and team capabilities and improve individual and collective performance. She is engaged by her coaching clients to support a range of development objectives: preparing for the next level, transitioning into a new role/level, personal growth in targeted leadership capabilities, leading large-scale change initiatives, and building high-performing teams. Her consulting and coaching engagements are most often with clients in the financial services, technology, and public sectors.
Prior to establishing her own practice in 2009, Wendy was with Oliver Wyman (formerly Mercer Delta) for six years where she practiced in the areas of organization design, strategic change programs, leadership coaching and executive talent management. Previously she was a Director with Johnston Smith International for 5 years before the firm was acquired by Mercer Delta. Prior to that, she worked with a leading information technology consulting firm, DMR Group (now Fujitsu Consulting), and specialized in IT strategy, change leadership and process reengineering.
Wendy has a bachelor’s degree in business from the University of Ottawa. For executive coaching, Wendy trained with Adler International Professional Coaching. She is certified in several assessments used in her coaching practice, including, the Hogan suite of assessments, EQ-i, EQ360, Conflict Dynamics Profile Individual and Conflict Dynamics Profile 360. She has also been trained in Positive Intelligence and Conflict Management Coaching.