Dawn Frail is the President of Eagle Vision Leadership Development Group. She inspires leaders to build trust and loyalty so their teams will increase productivity and deliver higher bottom-line profits.
Leadership Development Specialist
As a leadership development specialist, she focuses on helping women become better leaders. As a career woman and mother of four sons, she is more than aware of the trials and tribulations women face. In 2008 she founded the International Women’s Leadership Project™, an intense leadership development program that helps women make a quantum leap in their leadership career.
Speaker and Seminar Leader
As an award-winning speaker, trainer and author, Dawn has inspired audiences in Canada and USA to realize their potential and discover their leadership greatness. Using a practical and down to earth approach, she teaches leaders how to master fundamental skills that get measurable results using a leadership model she developed herself.
Dawn has a Masters degree in Leadership from the University of Guelph, a diploma in Adult Training and Development from the University of Toronto, and a diploma in Computer Information Systems from DeVry Institute.
Dawn is the creator of The Ten Commandments of Ethical Leadership™ and The Heart Method™. She has authored several publications and special reports, including 10 Principles Every CEO Must Know to Play and Win, and Powerful Presentations for Women.
Dawn is a member of the Canadian Association of Professional Speakers, Canadian Society of Training and Development, and Toastmasters International. She is one In a small group of Canadians registered as a certified Myers-Briggs Master Practitioner.
Dawn was formerly a Strategic Partner with Franklin Covey Canada where she helped many leadership teams develop leadership and execution skills. In 2006, Dawn was one of ten facilitators selected from around the world to launch Franklin Covey’s leadership program with Dr. Stephen Covey, author of 7 Habits of Highly Effective People.
Dawn joined Toastmasters International in 1991 and earned her Distinguished Toastmaster designation in 1995. During her Toastmasters career, she has served in various leadership roles, including 4 terms as President, Area Governor, Division Governor, and Club Growth Director. Dawn has presented at various District and Regional conferences, and International Conventions. Dawn has been published multiple times in the Toastmaster magazine and has had her books on presentation skills carried in the Toastmaster Supply Catalogue. As a speech contestant, Dawn has appeared several times on the District Conference stage.
Dawn lives in Caledon, Ontario with her husband John. They have 4 sons.
About Eagle Vision
We inspire, educate and motivate women to become better leaders:
- Inspiration: igniting self-belief and passion for leadership
- Education: teaching leaders to master what matters
- Motivation: stimulating action that drives results
Core Operational Values: trust, integrity, and excellence
Eagle Vision Leadership Development Group was founded in 2001 and is involved in the research, training and consulting of leadership philosophies as they related to ethics. Much of this work was based on an ethical leadership model designed by Eagle Vision’s founder, Dawn Frail, who has been in the leadership arena since 1977.
As Dawn continued to research leadership she found what she calls the Leadership Perfect Storm. Three powerful forces had come together and created a demand for a new way of thinking about leadership; gender, generations, and globalization.
Eager to find a solution to this 21st century leadership challenge, Dawn felt many organizations were overlooking and undervaluing a large and powerful talent pool: women. Believing strongly that women are uniquely qualified and perfectly positioned to meet the leadership needs of this knowledge-worker age, Eagle Vision began moving in the direction of specializing in developing women leaders.
We wish to work with organizations that care deeply about the development of their people, and who wish to partner with someone who cares as much as they do. To do the right thing for the right reason at the right time with the right team is critical to the success of both our companies. We look forward to becoming a trusted partner.