Lauren Brett has a long history in the sport of rhythmic gymnastics, representing Canada as both an athlete and as national team coach. During that time the Canadian Rhythmic Sportive Gymnastic Federation recognized her as Coach of the Year. In the words of her athletes: “Lauren was a visionary whose goal was to develop happy and healthy gymnasts. She gave us the tools to succeed. Her confidence, her faith, was our motivation. She was a big influence on the individuals we have become because she gave us guidance through some of the most critical years of our lives.”
After retiring from the world of rhythmic gymnastics, Lauren moved into the arts sector where for 18 years, she managed operations at the Randolph College for the Performing Arts, Canada’s premier training institution for musical theatre performers. It was during this time that she discovered her love for leadership development and humanizing organizations through coaching.
Lauren is certified as both a Co-Active® Coach and an Integral™ Coach, and is a member in good standing with the International Coach Federation (PCC level). She is also certified to administer the Leadership Circle 360 Profile and trained in ORSC (Organization and Relationship Systems Coaching).
She has a private coaching practice and is an Associate with Sport Law & Strategy Group. Lauren supports leaders who want to have a bigger impact in their world by helping them lead from a place of authenticity. Lauren knows how to help people achieve breakthrough performance.
Lauren is a mother of two and can often be found volunteering with Dancing With Parkinsons, hanging out in a kayak on Georgian Bay, hiking a trail, skiing or dancing up a storm.