"We all have a natural desire to succeed and live a fulfilled life; how we make that happen for ourselves is not always clear."
Jamie Davidoff of Spark Success Coaching, makes this path an easier one for you to find and to follow.




After 12 years as VP of Operations for a successful commercial real estate development and management company in Alberta and British Columbia, and five years at IBM, Jamie Davidoff was attracted to the profession of coaching because of the way in which it contributes to the development and growth of people and, secondarily, the growth and results of the systems in which they are involved.

Jamie earned her Commerce degree from UBC, is a CoachU and a Corporate CoachU graduate, and is the Secretary for the ICF (International Coach Federation) Calgary Chapter for 2015. In addition, she is trained in Organization and Relationship Systems coaching, The Daring Way™, and Health & Wellness coaching. She has also been active as a member of the ICF Credentialing Sub-Committee, and ICF Ethics & Standards Committee. Since 2002, Jamie has coached business owners, leaders, and individuals to develop new skills, learn and grow professionally, and move progressively toward their vision and aspirations.


 "I believe that working from a place that is meaningful for you is what creates the momentum, excitement and energy to move forward with courage."


Jamie's combination of a successful career as a business leader combined with her extensive, advanced coach training, and over 10 years of coaching experience along with her life experience provides clients with coaching that is grounded in real life wisdom and leading edge training.

Today, Jamie primarily coaches the person behind the “role”. Jamie places strong emphasis on core values and strengths and working from a place that is meaningful for the client. She supports clients in honouring who they really are so that they can act in ways that naturally propel them into new areas.

Ultimately, Jamie is dedicated and highly motivated to assist clients to identify potential, gain clarity, create strategy, and put that strategy into sustainable action. Effective follow through is crucial to achieve desired results such as developing wholeheartedness, authenticity, courage and resilience as well as authentic leadership, employee engagement, productivity, innovation, and fulfilment.


Jamie's Education and Credentials:

  • Bachelor of Commerce degree - University of British Columbia (UBC)
  • Coach U and Corporate Coach U Graduate
  • Certified Coach U Graduate - Coach U
  • Professional Certified Coach - International Coach Federation (ICF)
  • Organization and Relationship Systems Coaching - CRR Global
  • Certified Health & Wellness Coach - Real Balance Global Wellness Services Inc.
  • Certified Daring Way™ Facilitator


Volunteer Experience:

  • ICF Calgary - Secretary 2015
  • ICF Ethics & Standards Committee - committee member
  • ICF Calgary - Membership Director
  • Uptown 17th Avenue Business Revitalization Zone - Member, Vice Chairman, and Chairman




What people say about Jamie ...

"Jamie is able to build rapport and trust as she is an excellent listener who validates her understanding of the matter at hand. Once a matter is understood she adds value by encouraging development and growth for her client. She brings a vast toolkit of resources and information that she willingly shares. Basically she builds a safe environment for assisting individuals in strengthening resilience beyond their current individual capacity."

L. Reichert, Mentorship Facilitator




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