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Lana T. Bavle, Founder

(306) 774-4132

Comox, BC

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Meet Lana



In 2020, Lana T. Bavle, founder of LTB Leadership, moved from small town Saskatchewan to Vancouver Island to fulfill her dream of living in a tiny home surrounded by rainforest on the Pacific Ocean.

As she downsized her life to fit into her new humble abode, she adopted the mantra of living tiny, thinking big, and creating balance. In 2020, Bavle officially left her career in Municipal Government to pursue her passion of helping others through leadership development, team building, and coaching via LTB Leadership. 


Bavle completed her Masters of Arts in Leadership along with her Certificate in Executive Coaching at Royal Roads University in Victoria, BC. She is a certified facilitator for the Core Strengths SDI Assessments and works as an educator to help you take simple steps each day that will move you closer to your personal goals. In 2023, she wrote and published her first book, "Stop Being a Super Chicken." Bavle's experience and education offer a truly unique set of resources for both individuals and Organizations.

She operates LTB Leadership from her tiny home, affectionately named The Hummingbird, and finds balance in her life through paddle boarding, beach combing, going on adventures (taking photos of said adventures), and going for long walks on the beach with her two wiener dogs.  

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Masters of Arts in Leadership, Royal Roads University

CEC Certificate in Executive Coaching, Royal Roads University

Class A RMA Certificate in Local Government Authority, University of Regina

Certified Facilitator: System Deployment Inventory (SDI) - Personality Assessments, Core Strengths

Pro. Dir. Governor Development, Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy


Improving the leadership capabilities of municipal elected officials through Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities


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