/Camille Boivin

About Camille Boivin

Camille Boivin transitioned from 30 years in the corporate media and communication environment to follow her passion for coaching business and leadership development. She is an accredited member of the International Coaching Federation, President and Founder of Sister Leadership, a leadership model for Women Emerging in Business. Camille believes that focusing more on one’s efficiency (doing things right) guides clients to be more productive. Her speciality is helping individuals maximize their personal energy at work and at play, with the mission is to create more wellness by managing the energy in our environments, as well as our behaviours, capabilities, thoughts, beliefs and commitment to our community.

When The Problem Is Too Big

By | August 7th, 2015|Member Contributed|

Sometimes you have a problem that feels impossible to solve. It’s so large that your training and knowledge cannot, in that moment, come to your rescue. Recently, as I took my mother (who has terminal cancer) into the clinic for blood tests, she asked me three different times: “What is the point of all of [...]

Trailblazer: Dr. Marcelle Forget on using intuition in health

By | July 31st, 2015|Member Contributed|

Have you ever held back from following your gut feeling? Maybe admitting a business decision is based on intuition would have get some strange looks? In today’s interview with Dr. Marcelle Forget of Awakening Potentials in Ottawa, we learn how she came to hone her instincts in her healthcare practice. What began as a technique [...]

Can we be Competitive and still be Humble?

By | July 26th, 2015|Member Contributed|

How do competition and humility work together? The answer can be found in competitive sports, specifically, in examination of the female teammates, both today in 2015 with the FabIV and back in 1928 with the Matchless Six (when women were first able to compete in track and field at the Olympics). Here are shining examples [...]

My $180,000 Wake Up Call

By | July 13th, 2015|Member Contributed|

What type of wake up call is needed to walk out on a job worth $180,000 a year? For me it was breast cancer, and it was the tipping point for getting my act together and living a life that mattered. This is a story about how I found my way into the world of [...]

FIFA Women’s World Cup

By | July 4th, 2015|Member Contributed|

This week highlight the trait of gratitude with FIFA volunteer and Chiropractor at the Byward Chiropractic Clinic & Massage Therapy Centre, Dr. Sasha Hamid. It was my privilege to hear about her experience of gratitude as a volunteer with the FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015™. We’ll learn why volunteering for FIFA was important to [...]

Heal Deeper

By | May 21st, 2015|Member Contributed|

  These past weeks, I’ve been pushing my body – pushing it to work harder, lift higher, and heal deeper. Wednesdays at the gym with my trainer are particularly hard; it’s upper and lower body day, with loads of core work. With each new week, I had honestly dreaded Wednesday at the gym. But now, [...]

Women for Women at the BYA Gala

By | May 12th, 2015|Member Contributed|

The recent Business Women of the Year Awards left me feeling touched and inspired. To be in a room so full of talented, driven women – that in itself is worth writing about! But today, I want to take this idea further and look at how we're influencing the influencers to come. Thinking back to [...]

Miracles at Mealtime

By | April 30th, 2015|Member Contributed|

I often find myself anticipating the big moments. You know, things like an upcoming gala, holiday seasons, or pre-arranged moments when everything is meant to change. But reading last week’s post from Chef Trish Larkin, I was struck by how rooted her values are in the present moment. It’s inspired me to share from my [...]

Career transition with Trish Larkin

By | April 24th, 2015|Member Contributed|

Tucked inside her Lowertown kitchen, Chef Patricia Larkin is experimenting. On her island counter are jars of a sweet bubbly drink with different mixes of fruits and spice. On her laptop is a Youtube video (one of many she’s been watching) with instructions on raising honey bees – her newest hobby. Growing inside her indoor [...]

Are you Body Smart?

By | April 16th, 2015|Member Contributed|

What is Body Smart? In August 2014, I had a fitness evaluation done. My personal profile revealed that I had the ‘body age’ of a 63 year old. That’s 10 years older than my chronological age of 53. Imagine my surprise! In light of this evaluation, I committed to a gentle one or two day [...]

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