Ross Roxburgh is a leadership coach and organization consultant with several decades of experience with a wide range of clients, both domestic and international across the private, public and para-public sectors.
He has a strong interest in the effectiveness of individuals and teams in complex organization environments; in many cases he brings both coaching and consulting experience to client engagements.
Ross positions his client work in a deliberate way. He works with his clients as opposed to adopting a prescriptive approach. Initially he focuses on understanding where the organization is positioned today and what the key challenges are in realizing the preferred future. Respectful challenge is central to his approach and he is committed to developing solutions with the client which meet current priorities and also position the organization for future challenges.
Recent client engagements have included a number of coaching assignments in such sectors as professional services, financial services and health care as well as recent co-facilitation of executive education programs in the health care sector.
Ross is committed to ongoing learning through focused reading, writing, conference participation, facilitation and formal development. His formation and relevant credentials include the designation of Certified Management Consultant (CMC) as well as that of Master Corporate Executive Coach (MCEC).
He has been certified in the use of the EQ-i 2.0 instrument as well as the LEA 360. He has continued to deepen his learning through the globally-recognized graduate program in Organization and Systems Development developed by the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland as well as a number of related programs through the International Gestalt Centre in Wellfleet and the National Training Laboratories (NTL) offerings.
Prior to his coaching and consulting career, Ross completed an interdisciplinary Masters Degree in Canadian Studies as well as an Honours BA, both from Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada.
Ross is based in Toronto with offices there and in Eastern Ontario.