Executive Team

They say those who can’t do, should teach. We whole heartedly disagree. So here’s our leadership team who not only help us set our direction as a company, but they truly try every day to embody all that we teach about human potential. (They don’t always succeed but we’re proud of them for trying!)

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Dr. JP Pawliw-Fry, Partner and Co-Founder

In 1998, JP and Elizabeth Pawliw-Fry decided to leave their previous academic and clinical careers and start IHHP. While the first few years were difficult as they focused on putting together some of the early research, training and coaching programs, today they are proud of what the IHHP team has accomplished.

Now JP spends most of his time spreading our message of human potential through keynotes and consulting and the rest of the time partnering with researchers to explore new areas of potential. To learn more, click here.

Bill Benjamin, Partner

Bill had been a friend and client of IHHP for many years, and he liked the company so much he not only joined it, but he became a partner over 10 years ago. It was his strength in sales that helped to catapult IHHP to where it is today.

Bill has a degree in Mathematics with a major in Computer Science, and is the guy we always need to “prove the facts” to in our research into human potential! (i.e., “I’m not bringing this to my clients, if you can’t prove it will help them!”) Today, besides working closely with key clients and our team of Leadership Consultants, Bill also spends his time spreading our message through keynotes and facilitation. To learn more, click here.

Cranla Warren, VP Leadership Development

Cranla joined the Institute for Health and Human Potential (IHHP) in December 2009, first contributing as a Director and now as Vice President of Leadership Development. She has a wealth of knowledge and professional experience in the areas of organizational psychology, team building, leadership development and strategic business execution. Cranla holds a Professional Certificate in Leadership from the University of Western Ontario, Canada.

Prior to joining our team, Cranla worked at Eli Lilly Canada Inc., where she honed her strategic business skills and leadership capabilities in their Continuing Medical Education and Sales divisions. Cranla understands the needs of our clients and has the ability to tune into their professional development and learning needs. After all, Cranla was in fact an IHHP client before she joined our IHHP Family.

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Elizabeth Pawliw-Fry, Director and Co-Founder

Elizabeth is one of the co-founders of IHHP who currently sits on our Board of Directors in an advisory role. For over 15 years, Elizabeth has researched, developed and delivered leadership training programs to a wide range of audiences including educators, business organizations and young women. Her humor, warmth, intelligence and compassion make her an engaging and enlightening motivational speaker. Prior to her work at IHHP, Elizabeth researched and managed projects for the federal and provincial governments, the University of Toronto and other nongovernmental agencies. Her training includes the University of Waterloo and the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto.

Sandra Rayner, VP of Marketing and Product

Sandra came to IHHP with over 20 years of experience creating and implementing strategies that drive value for the customer, employees and all stakeholders, She is passionate about driving a data driven marketing culture that thrives on innovation, agility and performance. Sandra’s passion for implementing Emotional Intelligence in the workplace brought her to The Institute for Health and Human Potential in 2016 where she currently leads the marketing and product teams.

Sandra’s prior marketing and product experience include roles at large global companies as well as entrepreneurial organization as well as running her own consulting practice which included one of her favourite gigs as business consultant on CBC’s Dragon’s Den.

 


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