Caroline (Carol) Assalian is a Performance Strategist and Business Coach who elevates performance of organizations, teams and individuals through strategy and leadership. A former athlete, coach and 25-year experienced and respected international executive with a proven track record of delivering results. Her innovative leadership and work with high achievers and world-class teams transformed the way in which thousands of athletes, coaches and organizations prepare for and perform at the Olympic Games. Her national and international recognition includes Her Majesty The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal, 5-time recipient of Canada’s most influential women in sport and physical activity, Inductee Concordia University Sports Hall of Fame, representative of 200+ National Olympic Committees for the International Olympic Committee’s Evaluation Commission for the 2022 Olympic Winter Games and continental representative for the Association of National Olympic Committees. Today, Caroline teaches, motivates and creates a customized blueprint for clients to elevate performance and achieve results in a sound, sustainable and ethical manner.
As a business owner or organization, the more effort you sink into making sure you have a happy team, the more efficient and productive your workplace becomes. However, slight missteps in how team member morale is supported can generate larger problems. Here is a look at how to increase employee happiness with simple strategies that […]
Ever felt annoyed by cliché, overly used corporate lingo and phrases? It turns out that a lot of individuals and team members are feeling the same. Good communication in a workplace means everything, but the key to good communication may mean letting go of unappealing business jargon. In a recent poll conducted by Slack, 63 […]
Discussions around mentorship and leadership coaching often see these two terms being used interchangeably. However, while these two ways forward towards formidable models of leadership certainly have some overlap, there are also important distinctions that organizations can put to work. Understanding how mentoring and leadership development overlap and differ can help empower your next professional […]