Group coaching program

Your Leadership Journey

A 12-week exploration of Leadership

Leadership can be a lonely experience. Highly engaged in their work, great leaders are highly invested in the people that surround them, and yet leaders are often isolated in ways that only leaders can really understand. This is one of the reasons why so many leaders work with a coach, and this is also why we’ve created this leadership development program in a group format – to create the time and space for you to focus on your own growth, where you can come together with other like-minded peers in a unique leader-to-leader format to help you define who you uniquely are as a leader, and to emerge confident in your ability to lead anywhere in your life.

Your Leadership Journey is a 12-week exploration of leadership. You are already a leader or have leadership aspirations; you feel you have a purpose that moves you; and now you want to define yourself as a leader so you can show up authentically, with the conviction to make a meaningful difference. In Your Leadership Journey, you will produce your own definition of leadership and create a declaration of who you are as a leader. Participants will emerge from the program confident in their ability to lead anywhere in their life.

Program Structure

  • 6 group coaching sessions every other week
  • 5 peer sessions in off weeks
  • 1 individual coaching session with a program coach
  • Thought-provoking assignments between sessions
  • All sessions are delivered online using Zoom


Spring 2021
April 14 to June 23
Wednesdays 4pm-5pm (Pacific Time) / 7pm-8pm (Eastern Time)


  • CA$ 750

Geoff Urton is a Certified Leadership Coach and not-for-profit executive who is committed to empowering others to meet their full potential in life. Geoff’s purpose is for people to be confident and fulfilled in what they do, and to know they are valued for their contributions. Geoff has an MSc from UBC, is a graduate of Stanford’s Executive Program for Non-Profit Leaders, and was recognized as a Vancouver Island Top-20-Under-40. He is grateful to live with his wife and two boys in Victoria, BC on the traditional territories of the Lekwungen-speaking people of the Esquimalt and Songhees nations.

Adrian Liem is a digital team manager and internal coach at the University of British Columbia, and the Head Coach and Founder of Ashiba. For over 15 years, he has helped people navigate the nuances of working with teams, technology, and culture, in complex and ever-changing environments. Drawing on his background in psychology and education, his volunteer experience coaching elite-level athletes, and his formal coach training, Adrian brings an integrated approach to people and team development and is driven to help people find meaning and fulfillment in their lives. He lives in Vancouver, BC on the traditional territories of the Tsleil-Waututh, Squamish, Stó:lō, Stz’uminus, and Musqueam nations, and can often be found surfing waves in the waters of the Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation.