For over 30 years, Certified Coach Elaine Froese has been a catalyst for courageous conversations with farm teams.
Faith Today Magazine has dubbed her 'Canada's Farm Whisperer'.
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Empowering Farm Families Secure Legacy
Having a hard time getting straight communication about your future of your farm?
Avoiding conflict and wishing that someone would drop by to help shine some light on “THE PLAN” for the transition from the founders to the next generation?
Laying awake at night wondering who can negotiate positive changes for your family?
Elaine is skilled at helping you get...
How Elaine Helps You Get Back to The Business of Farming
Get individual attention for your family to open up discussions about the topics that need attention – and less tension. We’ll create a farm plan that can guide your family for decades.
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Elaine Froese is authentic in what she's doing, she's a farmer, she's knowledgeable about her topic. We have her speak, come to workshops, run webinar sessions and people love her.
– Kay Grulich, Canadian Farm Business Management Council
Your rating on our satisfaction surveys was 95%! Many named you as their favourite speaker and said that you delivered exactly the message they needed to hear! I agree! I very much enjoyed your presentation and I hope to continue working with you!
– Lacey Gerbrandt, Emerge Ag Solutions, Co-Founder of CONNECT
Elaine Froese - Professional Keynote Speaker
Give the attendees at your next event practical, leading-edge strategies for getting consensus on tough issues and dependable answers for their farm’s deep needs.
Elaine helps family businesses talk about the tough issues and act on them. She’s a catalyst for courageous conversations, new scenarios and more profitable businesses. Many of her clients say: “I wish I had met you 10 years ago.”
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As I write this on Sept 7th, Labour Day, we are 25 percent done our harvest, being very thankful for a great crop. Like you, we are putting in long hours to reap the rewards, and hopefully, to dodge the frost, rain, winds, and assorted field threats. Over the summer, I’ve been listening to folks […]