Richard Monette

Richard Monette is a highly regarded performance coach who helps people and organizations to achieve their full potential. For over 35 years, he has coached performance excellence in business, education, and sport with clients ranging from corporate CEOs to world champion athletes.

Richard is not a motivational speaker, and he doesn’t sell tired slogans and clichés. Through his Purpose Mapping technique, he helps organizations and individuals to discover the real purpose behind what they do. His process takes them beyond “safe” and familiar thinking to create renewed vision, determination, and a clear path to achieve sustained high performance.

Whether he is facilitating a workshop, delivering a keynote address, or coaching a private client, Richard’s approach is both pragmatic and creative. All of his work is inspired by his sincere desire to help people and organizations achieve their best, and his innovative approach is the unique product of his lifelong study of excellence in business and sport,

Beyond his consulting, coaching and speaking work, Richard is the managing director of Active for Life, a not-for-profit world-leading initiative dedicated to engaging the grassroots in developing physical literacy in children.

Richard is also part of the leadership team at B2ten; a privately funded organization that supports Olympic Canadian athletes in achieving success on the world stage.

Richard lives in the foothills of the Canadian Rockies in Cochrane, Alberta

Richard, thanks for giving me the mental edge necessary to succeed.
Thomas Grandi
Olympian and first Canadian male skier to win a World Cup technical race


Call or text: (403) 760-0022


    THE GIFT: A Journey to a Better Score in Golf and Life

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    Tom Morrison once showed the potential to become a great professional golfer. Now, years after abandoning his playing career, he goes on a quest to discover the secrets of one of golf’s most extraordinary performers, the legendary Irving Pirsig. From his perspective as an Olympic sport psychology coach and a single digit handicap, Monette’s novel will entertain and inspire all golfers.

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