Inga Michaelsen is the Principal at IM Consulting (www.ingamichaelsen.com). She collaborates as an associate consultant on projects with Roundtable, valuing the opportunity to learn more about Indigenous ways of being and bridging the gap with “Western” systems and approaches.
She is deeply grateful to reside on Salt Spring Island, the unceded territory of the Coast Salish People. She immigrated to Canada from Northern Germany as a young adult, where her ancestors have lived for generations and where the majority of her family still resides.
With over 15 years of experience in business and people development, Inga is committed to ongoing learning; she has a passion for facilitating change processes that contribute to co-creating a better world for all.
As a team and leadership coach, she helps organization build mentally fit and resilient cultures. As a consultant, she offers customizable, engaging, and impactful experiences to align clients with their priorities and help them create the change they wish to see, using proven tools that tap into the collective wisdom of the people involved and the highest potential of each situation.
Inga's expertise and interests include:
Inga's diverse educational background spans across multiple disciplines, such as a Bachelor of Commerce in Entrepreneurship and several coaching certifications. This unique combination, coupled with her rich experiences, helps Inga perceive complex systems and recognize limiting paradigms, which enables her to help clients strategically implement change.
Inga is the mother of two teenage boys and she enjoys the bitter-sweet transformation of them stepping into adulthood. Throughout the year you can run into her walking the trails on the island, at a dance class, or on the hills skiing in winter. She recently picked up choir and improv theatre with the goal of learning something new and getting out of her comfort zone.