Heidi Nucklaus

DBDC-Heidi NucklausHeidi Nucklaus is a professional coach as well as a Career Adviser with WorkBC Employment Services. She has a broad background that includes years of team leadership and management in advertising, professional project management training and a Graduate Certificate in Leadership and Management  from Royal Roads.

She also completed professional coach training through the Coaches Training Institute in 2016 and is certified through the International Coaching Federation.

She is an innovative problem solver with an extensive skill base. Combined with coaching experience and professional project management training, she has the ability to help people define their career goals and create personal, resonate plans in order to reach their objectives.

Heidi’s passion is helping people truly connect with their core values, identify their priorities and pursue their career goals with courage and commitment.

She is also a volunteer facilitator with The Vantage Point and a volunteer coach with The Coaching Fellowship.

Some of her client feedback includes:

“Over the course of the last year, Heidi’s compassionate and authentic approach to coaching has helped me to really examine who I am, what my values are, and the kind of leader I want to be.”
“Heidi was so patient, and encouraging, in helping me identify my core values and how my career and key life decisions were aligned to them. This outcome in itself has been a major win for me and I got that right off the bat.” 
“Heidi was a great help to me as I navigated my career transition. She helped me focus both on my strengths and on defining the alignment of my values and my work. By asking deliberate, thoughtful questions, and giving me the space and time to dig within myself for the answers, Heidi helped me see where I was getting in my own way. With her help, I re-learned to trust my instincts. I also developed tools to help me in my search for new, meaningful work. Heidi is an excellent listener, motivator, and coach. I highly recommend working with her.”
—Michelle Langlois