Stacie Prescott

  • A Certified Professional Coach and Registered Clinical Counsellor fully committed to the development of passionate, purpose-driven, authentic leaders, who know their strengths and use them to bring out the best in others.
  • A thoughtful, non-judgemental listener, who accepts and acknowledges “what is” while inspiring shifts into greater levels of awareness, out of comfort zones, and towards innovative solutions.
  • A critical thinker and strategic designer of organizational systems, skilled in building feedback loops for effective communication, and in assisting individuals and organizations to find the resourcefulness and resilience required to adapt to continuous change.
  • A specialist in Performance Quality Improvement, particularly in the fields of health and social services, skilled in assisting organizations to successfully achieve accreditation certifications, and most importantly to deliver high quality, accountable services to consumers.

Stacie Prescott, MA, RCC, CPC is an Associate of The Coaching Project Inc.. Stacie worked for over thirty years in the non-profit health and social service sector, while concurrently operating a coaching, consulting and counselling business. Until her recent decision to whole-heartedly enter the coaching world, she held senior executive roles in large multi-service non-profit organizations in British Columbia. She is frequently sought out for her talents in managing complex organizational change, creatively approaching complex personnel issues, and leading people and projects to successful completion. She is a Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC) with the British Columbia Association of Clinical Counsellors (BCACC), a member of the International Coach Federation (ICF), and a Peer Reviewer for the Council on Accreditation (COA). Stacie strongly supports community-serving organizations, and provides hundreds of hours each year fulfilling voluntary roles as a board member, and leadership/accreditation mentor.

As a result of her participation in a very a rigorous coach training program, Stacie discovered a seamless integration of her joint passions for counselling and organizational development. As a coach, Stacie draws on both the intuition and listening skills honed as a counsellor, and on the performance and change management skills she sharpened as a leader. Recent clients commented on their relationship with Stacie as “non-threatening and gentle yet we moved farther and faster than I ever thought imaginable”. She is comfortable with difficult problems, creating a safe vantage point for individuals, groups and organizations to explore resistance, possibilities and solutions.

Stacie holds a Masters of Arts in Mental Health Counselling from City University in Seattle is a graduate of the Certified Professional Coaching program at Simon Fraser University. Stacie keeps her passion for coaching alive through a creative and varied career that includes personal development coaching, performance and leadership coaching, and large organizational projects. A recent empty-nester, she has begun sharing her time between Los Angeles and Vancouver, BC.

Latest News

  • The Coaching Project is Transitioning

    After a long absence, I am writing with the purpose of providing some context for the changes in me and the world around me that have led to this gap. The Coaching Project has transitioned to new interests and priorities over the past couple of years, reflecting my own transitions in life.

    Just as TCP was a pioneer in the field of Leaders Coaching Leaders, we are setting out again to explore the role of leadership and coaching in the

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  • A New Beginning

    In our coaching and training we have consistently used our three-stage process as shown in the model below. Each stage answers a question: What’s So? So What? What’s Next? I have used these questions to reflect on my recent experience and to give a sense of completion to this chapter in The Coaching Project’s history.

    What’s So?

    I often say retirement is harder than it looks. I have been working on it for half a dozen years. I began

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  • The Importance of Coach Education

    I recently interviewed Arden Henley, Principal of Canadian Programs at City University, about CityU’s decision to partner with The Coaching Project on coach education. His insights mirror and expand on the results of the ICF study.

    Why does CityU see a coaching program as an important addition to its roster of programs?

    We see our role as building leadership capacity in the community. Coaching plays an increasingly important role in leadership and we want to respond to that need.

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