Leadership Coach. Workshop Facilitator. Community Builder.


Stephanie Calver spent the past fifteen years working in sport and education management at the University of Calgary (Office of Sustainability), University of Alberta (Executive Education), Canadian Sport Institute (Pacific), and as an Equine Canada Certified Coach, demonstrating a proven ability as both leader and coach.  Her primary purpose when working with an organization or individual is to build an environment where people feel skilled, confident, and driven by purpose.

She completed her MA in Global Leadership from Royal Roads University and BA in Recreation & Health Education from the University of Victoria. This formal education encouraged values-based practices to produce intentional results, while building bridges with thought leaders around the world.  She has presented at the International Leadership Association and International Association for Conflict Management, with a focus on Weaving Leadership, Deep Listening, Collective Inquiry, and the Role of Emotional Intelligence to Lead through Conflict. Certified in the EQ-i 2.0 and EQ 360 tools through Multi-Health Systems, Stephanie is a strong believer that wellness and emotional intelligence are deeply connected.

Stephanie is a Co-Active Coach in Training with the Coaches Training Institute (CTI), and appreciates diving into conversations that unlock inner wisdom to expand the potential of her clients. She recently completed the Playing Big Facilitators Training program with Tara Mohr and is an advocate for taking courageous leaps forward as well as supporting women in leadership roles. In her spare time, she can be found working outside in the garden, training in the sport of western reining, or on a motorbike adventure with her husband Adam. 

Your presentation on leadership and emotional intelligence was very well received at our event - engaging and relevant. The interactive nature of the presentation was particularly helpful because it provided chapter leaders an opportunity to engage with complex issues in a pragmatic and useful way
— Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses