Bio (Shauna Fenwick)
Shauna Fenwick is an accomplished facilitator, coach, educator and designer of leadership development systems. She works with individuals to strengthen their leadership capabilities and with teams and organizations to create conditions for optimal function and innovation. Fenwick’s career of origin was nursing, so she brings an extensive knowledge of health care from her work in two provinces as a frontline provider, leader, educator and volunteer. Fenwick was the research and learning coordinator of the project that developed and began implementation of the LEADS health leadership framework.
Fenwick has designed and delivered custom leadership learning programs in six provinces and one territory, and works with private coaching clients. She teaches in Royal Roads’ Master of Arts in Leadership program and supervises graduate students in their final organizational leadership project. Fenwick is also a co-sponsor with the Canadian College of Health Leaders of a post-doctoral research project investigating the impact of the use of the LEADS leadership framework in the Canadian health system.
Fenwick holds a Master of Arts in Leadership (2002) and a Graduate Certificate in Executive Coaching (2001) from Royal Roads University. Her undergraduate degree is in nursing from Queen’s University (1989). She is qualified to administer the Myers Briggs Type Inventory and the EQ in Action inventory. She has also completed training in diverse topics such as healing touch, contemplative photography, improvisational comedy and maintaining diesel engines.