Our Executive Coaches

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Grant D. Fairley – Canadian Executive Coaching

There are many life journeys we all must take but we do not need to walk any of these bright or dark roads alone. – Grant D. Fairley

Grant D. Fairley brings a unique combination of talents and commitment to people that is rooted in the real world leadership and experience. He is someone who understand people and communicates well with them in groups and as individuals. With service in the financial industry, education, charitable organizations, teaching, counseling, marketing, consulting and various technologies, Grant can connect well to leaders in any industry.

His coaching and leadership is motivational and encouraging – no matter what the coaching need.

As one of the principal presenters at Strategic Seminars, Grant has spoken to thousands of people over the past 30 years. He has also made a difference for people in small groups and one-on-one executive coaching.

bigstockphoto_Wheaton_College_F_885313Grant is a graduate of Wheaton College, Wheaton, Illinois, USA.
He is the author of a number of books and articles. Grant can also be heard on BlogTalk Radio (see link on the left hand side).


Dr. Blair Lamb, MD

Dr. Blair Lamb is a graduate of the University of Western Ontario Medical School and has practiced pain medicine for over 10 years.

Over the past few years, Dr. Lamb has created a new technique for using Botox® for treating a number of common and persistent pain conditions that is patents pending worldwide. Dr. Lamb is the author of many articles available on his website www.drlamb.com. He created the Lamb Program for Stretching that now includes over 50 videos covering three levels of stretching for the whole body and for specific pain conditions.

His presentations focus on how to increase quality of life by solving the underlying issues of pain including such conditions as arthritis, fibromyalgia, RSI, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, low back pain, TMJ, whiplash and more. Dr. Lamb has also been consulted on health care policy.

He is an interesting and motivational speaker who communicates effectively with the general public as well as the medical profession.

Check out Dr. Lamb’s DVD presentations on:

  • Understanding Fibromyalgia
  • Understanding Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSI)
  • Understanding Sleep – How to have a great rest
  • Understanding Low Back Pain
  • Understanding Golfer’s Elbow
  • Understanding How Chiropractors & Massage Therapists Can Help You
  • Understanding Headaches, Migraines and TMJ
  • War On Pain series

It is in your best interest – and that of your employer to have you healthy. You’ll feel better, function more effectively and last longer in your important role within your organization.

At Canadian Executive Coaches – we understand that too. That is why we have a Dr. Blair Lamb, MD – our medical director who has years of experience dealing with the physical challenges facing executives and leaders. He is as well as understanding the specialized area of pain – a common challenge to vitality. Known worldwide through his many seminars, presentations, DVDs and articles – Dr. Lamb brings an important piece of our commitment to whole person effectiveness.

We’ll provide recommendations that will keep you healthy and vital – and having more fun.

Through our other clinic relationships – we also assist executives with specific men’s health and women’s health services.

Get the best when you are looking for a coaching solution.


If you are at a place where confidential professional development through executive coaching can help you – give us a call or send us an email.

Canadian Executive Coaching
Toronto, Ontario 416-848-0326
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