Kathy Hay, ORSCC, CPCC, PCC

Kathy has been an entrepreneur since the age of 19 when she opened her first business. Since then she has owned and operated several highly successful companies; the last one being a travel and tour business (22yrs.) Kathy has traveled much of our globe as a tour director with the responsibility of groups from 50 to 250.

Kathy operates a highly successful coach consultant company Teamswork and her individual clients are predominately ORSC coaches. Kathy is known for her knowledge of ORSC, her natural ability for motivating and empowering her clients over the phone or beside them at the front of a team. Kathy’s unique ability to co-lead with new ORSC coaches/students at the same time as training and empowering them is well known.

As a Supervisor Faculty member Kathy is regarded as an Edgewalker and a Pioneer. Described by others as community-oriented, dynamic, positive, spiritual, along with assertive, bold and confident, Kathy brings over 12 years of coaching experience in managing human relations and systems thinking to her work as a Leadership Development and Certified Relationship Systems Intelligence Coach. Kathy combines her knowledge of assessments (The Leadership Circle & Team Coaching International) and change strategies with her training at the CRR Global.

Some of Kathy's greatest strengths are her ability to build relationships within the ORSC International Community after all our life's journey is about becoming more of who we are. Kathy is proud to be a Trailblazer - the first cohort to travel through ORSCC certification - 2008. Kathy was also the first recipient of the Extraordinary Supervisor for CRR Global’s certification program. She feels privileged to know and have worked with so many ORSCers around the world as a hired Coach or within her many roles within CRR Global.

Some of Kathy’s clients have included: Northern Health – Health Link North Project Team (HLN), Kruger Products, SNC Lavalin, ProFac, Parks Canada, St. Joseph’s on Fleming Seniors Centre, WSIB, Royal Bank of Canada, Georgian College, George Brown College, Meridian Credit Union, Business Enterprise Resources Network and CanWest.