Establish Taxi Business With Four Of Own Car on fleet with Two office across to location One admin office and the other is the booking office. This profitable coach business occupies a great location close to the M6 and provides private hire coach services, school services and contracts with the local authorities.
Urban Locks Business Sales are delighted to bring to the market this former taxi base in Wythenshawe, Manchester.
Determined to create a coaching business that was different, in 2003 Sandra launched Sandra Oliver Consulting, now Impact-Coaches Inc.
Sandra holds a BA in Organizational Behaviour (University of Western Ontario), a Masters of Industrial Relations and Human Resources (University of Toronto), and a MBA (Ivey School of Business). Claire is an Olympic medalist, and has more than a decade of experience as a professional speaker, writer and communications consultant.
Claire was a Director on the board of the Coaching Association of Canada, and the former Chair of AthletesCAN. Formerly a Director of Sales for a pharmaceutical marketing agency, Lisa’s career has spanned systems planning, project management, health care administration, human resources management, marketing, business development and sales management. Sophie holds a BA with a specialization in Psychology (Concordia University), and a graduate certificate in Executive Coaching (Royal Roads University). Wendi moved from a career in finance to a successful career in senior HR roles, proving her strong understanding of what is needed to help people, teams and organizations excel.
Jennifer is an executive coach and consultant who has facilitated strategic planning for organizations and leveraged her change management and learning background to help individuals and teams implement the strategies. She holds a BComm degree (Queen’s University), a certificate in adult training and development (Ontario Institute of Studies in Education, University of Toronto) and is certified to administer the Myers Briggs Type Indicator. Alison is a leadership coach and consultant with 20 years of experience in professional services, transportation, manufacturing, and not-for-profit sectors. Alison has a BA (Honours) in Sociology and a Master of Industrial Relations degree (Queen’s University), as well as a CHRP designation.
He is a graduate of the Ivey School of Business from the University of Western Ontario and has served on several charity boards.
Morna is our Client Services Specialist who offers clients the best possible client experience.
Morna has a Bachelor of Arts from Ryerson University and a Minor in Marketing, as well as a Post-Graduate Certificate in Corporate Communications (Seneca College) and a Masters Certificate in Business Analysis (Schulich School of Business, York University). Morna actively supports Dress for Success Toronto by developing content and facilitating professional development workshops, and assisting with the Breakfast Club program.
Allison is our Coaching Specialist who supports the coaches on their client work and projects by adding value in the form of toolkits, handbooks, and resources.
Allison has a Bachelor of Arts, Honors Specialization in Psychology from the University of Western Ontario and a Masters in Industrial Relations & Human Resources from the University of Toronto. Held senior leadership roles with entrepreneurial  companies in the marketing services and technology industries, Mari-Lynn has 20+ years’ experience coaching and mentoring individuals from different generations, backgrounds and seniority levels. Mari-Lynn holds an Honours Bachelor of Mathematics specializing in Operations Research and Computer Science from the University of Waterloo. Rowena is our Office Services Specialist who will be responsible for providing administrative support to our coaches in order for them to better coach our clients. Rowena has a Bachelor of Elementary Education from the University of Northern Philippines with a Major in Mathematics. Johanne is a skilled executive and leader with over 25 years of experience in international and domestic business development. Johanne holds an Honours Bachelor Degree in Commerce, is an accredited coach with the International Coach Federation, and is a Certified Professional Sales Manager.


Tony is a former national leader of one of the Big Four firms' US and international tax practices and was a long time member of its partner admission committee for Vancouver. Tony holds a Master of Business Administration from the University of Toronto (Rotman School of Management). Tony is a full-time coach, with a particular focus on leveraging his extensive client service and people development experience to help professionals grow. Johnny is our accounting specialist who is responsible for project budgeting and monitoring of overall operations. The following tables show the fees for all types of community rehabilitation programs (CRPs). Use DARS3455, Employment Services Provider Application - Staff Information to report staff qualifications to the assigned liaison counselor and the regional CRP specialist. If an aide will work with consumers who are deaf, the aide must demonstrate proficiency in sign language skills; that is, certification by the Board for Evaluation of Interpreters (BEI), certification by the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID), or a Sign Language Proficiency Interview (SLPI) rating of intermediate plus. The CRP Director must approve the DARS3455, Employment Services Provider Application - Staff Information form completed by the trainer. The amount of time for the situational assessment is determined by the vocational evaluator.
The evaluator must identify a vocational objective or have alternatives for the vocational objectives.
A formal follow-up procedure must be conducted to determine the effectiveness of the evaluation program. Work Adjustment Training (WAT) must be flexible so activities can be modified to meet consumer needs. The work experience trainer (coach) must meet the qualification of a job skills trainer (job coach). The provider secures a work experience position that meets the criteria on the consumer’s DARS1634. 2.7 will continue to apply until the achievement of Benchmark C or through February 28, 2015.
The payment schedules are based on a combination of factors and are determined by the VR Counselor. The placement obtained must meet the employment conditions and employment goal outlined on DARS3431, Job Placement Services—Plan to the consumer's satisfaction. Problem Solving—consumer provides appropriate solutions to identified work-related barriers.
The CRP director must approve the DARS3455, Employment Services Provider Application - Staff Information form completed by the vocational adjustment trainer. Sarah told Fernando and Greg that Jim buys them for $8 at Walmart, and that she has tried to sabotage them many times. Established for many years, it has an impressive record of consistent growth and is the largest operator in the town.
Her professional background includes 20 years of experience coaching senior executives, including 17 years in Corporate HR leadership roles across North America. She shares her expertise by writing featured articles for CareerVision and the Conference Board of Canada, and conducting Webinars for CPA Source on career development.
She is certified to administer psychometric assessments including the Birkman Method, the Myers Briggs Indicator and the Team Management Profile. She holds a BComm (University of Alberta) and has certificates in Organization Development and Human Resources Management (Queens University). She is also a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach through the Coaches Training Institute.


She is certified to administer several psychometric assessments including the Team Management Profile.
He adopts a straightforward approach to his work with clients, assisting them in developing strategies to reach their targets, articulating their vision, strengthening their teams, managing organizational change, and fine-tuning their inter-personal and communications skills.
To maintain Impact’s high success rate and ensure clients are satisfied with their level of service, Morna manages client relationships and assists the Founder, Sandra Oliver, with business development initiatives.
Morna has previously worked in administration, communications, member services and public relations. She also develops the technical depth of coaching for the coaches through technical sessions aimed at enhancing their areas of expertise. Her work has been published in psychology journals as well as being presented at conferences. She will be ensuring our head office is functioning at the highest standards by managing coaches’ schedules and contacts, as well as identifying areas for improvement within our office. She has worked in over 20 countries where she helped organizations develop their sales and marketing strategies. He also completed the Harvard Business School Executive Education program, “Leading Professional Service Firms”. For example, see the staff qualifications for providing Supported Employment Services in 2.11 Standards for Supported Employment Services.
She is certified in delivering the Team Management Profile, Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), and FIRO-B psychometric assessments. Wendi has participated in several national and provincial HR-related committees, and is an active Director on several not for profit boards in the Lower Mainland. As an executive coach, Alison has worked with leaders, to accelerate integration and enhance productivity, and with teams, to strengthen cohesion and heighten effectiveness. She is also a certified Birkman Method® Consultant and has administered debriefs on Impact clients to explore their current capabilities, strengths, behaviors and areas for personal and career growth.
Allison is responsible for taking potential coaches through Impact’s selection process and orients new coaches on its policies and coaching philosophy. She has had the opportunity to work with clients in the Financial Services, Telecommunications, Retail, Not-For-Profit and Technology industries. Johanne has had the opportunity to work in a variety of sectors including high tech, human resources, consulting and training. Tony was elected a Fellow (FCA) by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of British Columbia for his leadership in practice building and staff development and for his extensive teaching and writing activities. Or does he stop by a store on the way to the office or the stadium to pick up more pleated pants? I threw them out, and then when he went to the combine he found a Walmart and they were $8.
Sandra was formerly involved as Chair of the Board of Dress for Success Toronto and helped completely turn around this organization that serves 1,300 underprivileged women and 800 men. Allison also delivers career transition coaching at Impact, where she helps individuals with updating their resumes and social media profiles, as well as preparing for the interview process.



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