About Deb Crowe
Deb Crowe is a Certified Professional Coach and one of the first in Canada to be a certified Habit Finder Coach from the Og Mandino Leadership Institute. Deb’s specialty is coaching leaders, executives and their teams.
Habit Finder Assessment & Curriculum – 6 Months
Your Habit Finder Coach
Deborah (Deb) Crowe is your Habit Finder Coach. She has worked as a consultant for the last 29 years, bringing new innovative programs and strategies to corporations. Deb has been providing professional coaching to numerous clients including Presidents & CEO’s and also providing company corporate training. Deb has also continued to provide consulting services after completion of the Habit Finder Program.
Deb’s background is in medical rehabilitation industry (specialty in Neuroscience) having worked in the disability and medical case management sectors for several large insurance companies as well as many law firms in both Canada and the USA.
Deb lives in London, Ontario, Canada and enjoys running, cooking and volunteering at the local hospice weekly.
Deb’s passion is Coaching people to achieve excellence in their lives and professions.
I look forward to serving you.
Business & Consulting Experience
Deb has more than 25 years of coaching experience, including 6 years working with an international government.
Deb has worked with small, medium and large organizations in the following sectors:
- High Tech
Deb is an active member of her community in London, Ontario.
Here’s a list of activities that fill her with love and gratitude:
- Volunteering at St. Joseph’s Hospice
- Caregiving in the community (palliative care)
- Teaching Yoga to Seniors
- Age Friendly London Ambassador (City of London)
- Linked In Group Co-Owner/Manager, Power Up London
- Delivering keynote speeches at professional associations and organizations
- Mentoring young women
My Life Philosophy
Self-Care is a mindset.
Communication is key to everything in life.
Time is short. Don’t delay your dreams.
Live life today.
Speak your truth.
Meaning over money.
Language is imperfect.
We all want to be seen, heard, valued and loved.