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About Edith

THE ORGANIZATIONAL NAVIGATOR AND THE REC COACH
BIO & STORY

Edith Martin believes in life long learning and pays attention to great leaders. She has dedicated her long career in Recreation Facility Management to developing leaders, coaching and mentoring to improve teamwork and customer service.

Her leadership started at age 5 when she discovered how much she enjoyed helping her siblings and friends learn. Throughout her personal and professional life she has always taken on leadership roles teaching, facilitating workshops and training, chairing numerous committees and leading a variety of teams.

Edith’s background in Education and Human Resources, her certifications in Customer Service and Kolbe facilitation, the many professional development workshops she has attended, the books she has read and her extensive travel experiences have all contributed to her leadership expertise.

Now as the Founder and President of The Organizational Navigator, creator of The Rec Coach and author of the Rec Coach book series, Edith continues to provide leadership in customer service and teamwork to businesses and organizations also helping them to create unique ability teams.

Edith and her husband Darrel are proud parents and grandparents. They are members of Rotary International, committed to their life mission of sharing their skills and experiences and giving back by volunteering locally and internationally to help the less fortunate.

Speaker

Edith speaks on topics related to leadership, teamwork and customer service and customizes her messages for audiences.

Facilitator

Edith has facilitated hundreds of training workshops and strategic planning sessions for numerous organizations and businesses.

AUTHOR OF THE REC COACH BOOK SERIES

Edith shares her experiences through real life stories, the mistakes she has made, lessons learned and what she thinks has made a big difference in her success as a leader. These books are short and easy to read providing practical wisdom and tips for readers keen on improving their skills.
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