Greg Hadubiak
Greg brings a unique and dynamic combination of senior leadership experience and executive coaching skill to the benefit of his clients.  Not only has he worked with leadership clients in a variety of sectors he’s lived their challenges, walked in their shoes, and understands what it takes to succeed as a leader in complex and dynamic environments.
Greg’s passion and focus of his practice is leadership development.  He gives voice to this passion through engagements that include executive coaching, executive and board level assessments/evaluations, strategic and business planning, change management, quality improvement, program/service reviews and operations management.
Greg views leadership challenges as consistent and universal – we are all unique, yet the issues, challenges and opportunities that come before us transcend sector boundaries.  This understanding has allowed Greg to work in a variety of industries ranging from oil & gas, to healthcare, to construction, to First Nations, and everything in between.   
Greg holds the Professional Certified Coach designation from the International Coach Federation, is certified to debrief EQi/EQ360 (Multi-Health Systems) and LEADS 360 (Canadian College of Health Leaders), is LEAN Leader (BMGI) trained, and holds certification in Change Management (Prosci/ADKAR). 
Greg is committed to personal and professional development maintaining membership in the International Coach Federation (ICF), the Canadian Association of Management Consultants, and the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE).  He is Director at Large for the Edmonton Chapter of ICF and is a member of the Audit Committee of the Canadian Chapter of ACHE.  He has been a regular participant mentor in the Emerging Health Leaders mentorship program for many years.
Greg has historically maintained a strong volunteer presence in his community with commitments to Rotary International, minor sports (coach), the Telus World of Science Edmonton Foundation, local schools, and the Canadian Cancer Society (as part of the Ironteam Cops for Cancer).