CINNIE NOBLE, C.M., B.S.W., LL.B., LL.M. (ADR) is the President of Noble Solutions & CINERGY Coaching. She has practiced and studied conflict management for over 20 years. Through Noble Solutions, Cinnie and her associates provide a wide range of services related to helping organizations and individuals become conflict competent.
Through CINERGY Coaching, a division of Noble Solutions Inc., Cinnie and her associates also provide conflict management coaching, a unique one-on-one process that helps people on a one-on-one basis to improve the way they engage in conflict professionally and personally. We also have a team of trainers who teach coaches, mediators, HR professionals and others to provide this unique form of coaching. Our training is conducted internationally – face to face and virtually.
The following summarizes Cinnie's qualifications:
Cinnie Noble is a lawyer, mediator and a former social worker. President of Noble Solutions Inc., Cinnie has been practicing mediation since 1992. Her practice encompasses primarily interpersonal workplace disputes and patient complaints regarding regulated professionals. In 2018, Cinnie was awarded the Ontario Bar Association Dispute Resolution Award of Excellence.
Cinnie has been a coach since November, 1999, receiving her training through CoachU and Corporate Coach U. She is certified as Professional Certified Coach. More information on CINERGY® Coaching may be found at www.cinergycoaching.com.
Cinnie has extensive experience designing and conducting mediation training programs for both government and private industry. She was also active in training mediators in Jamaica as part of a Social Conflict Legal Reform project. Cinnie was an instructor at the University of Toronto and York University in their Certificate in Continuing Studies in Dispute Resolution programs. She developed a course entitled "Workplace Dispute Resolution" at the University of Toronto. In 1998, she taught at the University of Windsor Law School and she is a guest lecturer at Osgoode Hall Law School on conflict management coaching.
Cinnie is a former member-at-large of the national ADR Section of the Canadian Bar Association. In 1996-1997 she chaired the Ontario Section's Code of Conduct Committee and in 1999, chaired the ADR Section's subcommittee which reviewed the Rules of Professional Conduct for the Law Society of Upper Canada.
Cinnie is also a member of the Dispute Resolution Section of the American Bar Association, the Association for Conflict Resolution, the International Coach Federation, the Association for Coaching, and is a former Board Member of the Toronto area Chapter of the International Coach Federation.
Cinnie has a Bachelor's of Social Work degree (Honours) from York University and a law degree (LL.B.) from the University of Windsor. Cinnie completed an internship with Family Mediation Services of Ontario in 1988, Harvard Law School's Mediation Workshop in 1995, and a Certificate in Mediating Employee Relations Disputes in 1997. She was one of the first graduates to obtain a Masters in Law (LL.M.) in Alternate Dispute Resolution from Osgoode Hall Law School in June, 1997.