Dr. Love is the founder of the PULSE Institute and the author of PULSE Conversations for Change and the Complex PULSE. She is passionate about giving people the courage and confidence they need to make a change in their lives and a difference in the world.
As Executive Coach, a Conflict Resolution Specialist, a Consultant and a Teacher with the PULSE Institute for twelve years, Dr. Nancy Love provided her clients with structures and skills for managing social exchanges. She still believes in PULSE as a core competency for leaders or anyone who does their work in conversation. If you are vicariously responsible for the work of others, she can help with her quick and proven methods. As an author Nancy has written on leadership in schools and on managing conversations that result in sustainable change.
Nancy came to this work after she was a principal of a high school she affectionately calls “The Crucible”. Her story of struggle as she overcame resistance from ALL parties to the running of the school is compelling. She quickly became a student and then a master of how to have difficult conversations, how to help others get along, how to create a shared purpose and process, how to create a peaceful productive workplace for staff in service of the client, in this case the students. Her experiences have led her to a life dedicated to improving the quality of social exchanges in organizations and in the world.
Having served in the Centre of Values and Ethics at Parks Canada, Dr. Love is now pursuing other avenues. She is contracting with organizations that support her work such as Workplace Fairness http://workplacefairness.ca/, ADRIG http://adrinternationalgroup.com/about/, and At the Helm https://atthehelm.ca where she explores her “10 Truths of Leadership” in an online offering. She continues to support the PULSE Program at the University of the Virgin Islands https://cell.uvi.edu/default.aspx.
Dr. Love coaches executives, mediates disputes in organizations and writes … but only on the days she eats. “Mapping the Space Between Us“, a project she began years ago, explores social exchanges in a new way, using the Enneagram. Her latest project, “Dear Madelyn,” chronicles the events of the Pandemic in a personal letter to her mother, whom she lost in 2014.
Please feel free to contact her directly at firstname.lastname@example.org