Education: B.A. (University of Toronto), M.B.A. (York University – Schulich School of Business), Kolbe Certified Consultant, DISC Certified Consultant, Culture ROI Certified Transformational Leadership Trainer and Coach
Special Interests: transformational leadership, coaching, emotional intelligence, personality temperaments, mediation, negotiation, difficult conversations, conflict resolution
Personal Values: Faith, Integrity, Trust
Catherine Nanton has more than twenty-five years of training experience. She started her career as a police officer with the Peel Regional Police Service. In 1984, Catherine was seconded to the Ontario Police College as the first female officer to train in the academic area of recruit training. Following her promotion to Sergeant, Catherine left the police service to become a Professor at Sheridan College, coordinating the Police Foundations training program there. In 1994, she moved to full-time instructing at the Ontario Police College. Catherine served as a Criminal Investigations trainer designing and delivering investigative training in the areas of sexual assault, child abuse and domestic violence. Her final assignment took her to the Leadership Unit where she became an expert in the fields of transformational leadership, emotional intelligence and personality and temperament.
In 2009, Catherine moved from the Ontario Police College to take a position as the Chief Learning Officer of the Advocate Learning Initiative in Kitchener, Ontario. In addition to leading corporate communications, she spearheaded the design and delivery of personal and professional development training to clients in both the private and public sectors.
Now owner of Interactive Training Solutions, Catherine facilitates learning and development in leaders at the senior and executive level.
Catherine has trained internationally her area of expertise. Her clients include The Center For American And International Law, Microsoft, Ontario Provincial Police, Grant Thornton LLP, Advocate Insurance Group, Re/Max Realty and many others.
Education: Hon. Co-op B.Sc. (University of Waterloo), Graduate Management Studies (Wilfrid Laurier University and Heritage Bible College and Seminary), Kolbe Certified Consultant, DISC Certified Consultant, Culture ROI Certified Transformational Leadership Trainer and Coach, Strategic Life Alignment Certified Trainer
Special interests: transformational leadership, coaching, emotional intelligence, striving instinct, personality temperament, life purpose, structure and discipline
Personal values: love, integrity, faith, trust, encouragement, discipleship
Colin Nanton is an intuitive and insightful coach, trainer and consultant. His area of expertise lies in discovering where teams get stuck and creating experiences and discoveries that remove barriers to success. He is dedicated to transforming human performance. He assesses and reinvents cultural conversations, producing unprecedented returns on investment.
Colin began his career as a police officer with the Halton Regional Police Service. His first eight years were spent working in the areas of uniform patrol, Selective Traffic Enforcement and as a member of the Tactical and Rescue Unit. He then joined Peel Regional Police where he held a position in the Criminal Investigation Bureau, specializing in child abuse and sexual assault investigations and later fraud investigations as part of the Special Services Unit.
Colin left policing to create Interactive Training Solutions, a consulting company specializing in custom designed assessment, training and coaching in the areas of leadership, development and negotiation. Clients of his organization include Advocate Insurance Group, Ampacet Canada Company, Atomic Energy of Canada Limited, BGM Insurance Brokers, Blockbuster Canada Inc, Canadian Association of Chartered Accountants, Gleeson Insurance Brokers, Grant Thornton LLP, Halton Regional Police Service, IBM Canada, Koinonia Christian Fellowship, LifeChurch International, Microsoft Corporation, the Ontario Police College, the Ontario Provincial Police, PneuTech Systems and TD Canada Trust.