Elizabeth Skronski is a speaker, trainer, coach and faculty in the Applied Mindfulness Program at the University of Toronto. She holds a B.A. in clinical psychology from McGill University and has completed courses towards an MBA while working in Charlotte, N.C. After many years in the corporate environment, she is now a Certified Personal and Executive Developmental Coach. Elizabeth is also a certified facilitator in Meditation, Transformative Mindfulness, and the Five Tibetan Yoga’s, Laughter Yoga and is a facilitator of the 16 Guidelines for Life (www.16guidelines.org). Elizabeth is on the International Training and Accreditation Advisory Board for the Foundation for Developing Compassion and Wisdom. She specializes in coaching, consulting and facilitating companies deliver strong and sustainable business results by integrating the fundamental principles of happiness in the workplace. Her passion for leadership, both at the organizational and personal level, helps and supports her clients achieve personal and professional goals with greater purpose, meaning, happiness and less stress, using proven transformational mindfulness methodologies and Higher Ground Leadership® principles.