Josie Di Vincenzo

Josie Di Vincenzo


Josie Di Vincenzo, M.Ad.Ed., CTDP, PCC

Josie Di Vincenzo is President of JDV Training & Development Inc. and offers over 27 years experience designing and delivering performance and learning solutions to private, public, non-profit and volunteer organizations.  She shares valuable experiences having partnered with diverse industries about how to ensure learning solutions are aligned with organizational goals, foster the achievement of desired performance outcomes and more importantly, support the transfer of behaviors in the workplace. Josie’s expertise focuses on leadership development, coaching, and developing adult practitioners who design and develop solutions for the learner experience. She offers a unique blend of professional business experience, perspectives about how adults learn and formal coaching education. Josie brings passion, warmth and curiosity; the perfect blend for working with others and for guiding them to reach their full potential.

Josie has a Master of Adult Education from St. Francis Xavier University (M.Ad.Ed.), is a Certified Training & Development Professional (CTDP), a Professional Certified Coach (PCC); Adler International Learning Inc. & OISE, University of Toronto, a Certified Legacy Leadership Facilitator™, and Licensed Coaching Out of the Box Facilitator®. Her appreciation for developing adults resulted in her being a recipient of the 2007 Institute for Performance and Learning (IPL) Research Award. She is also an Assessor for the certification of Performance and Learning professionals at IPL and an active member on the IPL awards committee. Josie has had the pleasure of teaching at the University of Western Ontario and today, is a faculty member for the Adult Learning and Development Program at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto, and a faculty member for the University of Victoria’s Certificate in Adult and Continuing Education (CACE) program.

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