Pamela Wagner and Peggy Gizen combined their professional experience and became partners in establishing Being Human Services Inc. with the mission to help people and organizations to "do better and "be better".

After successfully delivering Employment Training and Placement Services to unemployed Albertans and newcomers to Canada from 2013 until 2022, Being Human Services has now moved to a new phase of operations.  We no longer offer Employment Training and Human Resources Services, and now focus our energies on delivering high quality Team Building and Corporate Training workshops.

 

Pamela has retired from her Counselling, Consultation, and Human Resources role but continues to be a Shareholder in the Company.  Peggy continues in her role as Facilitator, with her in-demand workshops.

 

The historic building at 222 South Railway Street continues to house a range of services and supports for Newcomers operated by several organizations.  For information on renting space in our facility, go to Office Space For Lease.

MEET THE TEAM

Pamela Wagner, BA, M.Ed., RSW, CPHR (Retired)

Share Holder

Pamela has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology/Sociology and a Master of Education with a Specialization in Rehabilitation Services. Now retired, she was a Registered Social Worker, and Chartered Professional in Human Resources.  Her 30 years of progressive management experience in a large not-for-profit organization gave her advanced skills in program design, monitoring, evaluation, and financial administration. She is a Wiley Corporation trained facilitator in Everything Disc® and Five Behaviours of a Cohesive Team®. She has served as Chair of the Crisis Assistance Network, the Medicine Hat College Social Work Advisory Committee, was a member of the City of Medicine Hat Municipal Planning Commission and was a Board Member of the Canadian Council on Rehabilitation and Work as well as the Premier’s Council on the Status of Persons with Disabilities. With extensive training and experience in assessment, counselling and Human Resources management, Pam spent many years as a facilitator and consultant to large and small businesses and not-for-profit organizations.

 

Pam is enjoying her retirement with her husband and family and enjoys playing the piano, local musical theatre, and pottery.

Peggy Gizen, Assoc. Arts Dip., Rehabilitation Studies

Corporate Training Manager and Facilitator

Peggy has a strong background in designing and facilitation of programs aimed at helping individuals to find their motivation to achieve. Peggy is an in-demand facilitator and presenter who combines her skills as a Rehabilitation Practitioner with qualifications as a training facilitator for Everything Disc®, Five Behaviours of a Cohesive Team®, Myers-Briggs, True Colours, Life Skills Coach, WonderTech, and many other proven assessment and skill development approaches.

Peggy has delivered her workshops to businesses and organizations, large and small, for more than 25 years. Peggy's ability to adapt her materials to a wide range of abilities, along with her practical approach, has proven effective at motivating for the many people and organizations she has worked with through the years. An entrepreneur and business developer in her own right, Peggy’s practical and engaging approach has made her an in-demand facilitator. 

With the full range of Wiley Corporation assessments and workshops, Peggy will assist members of your team to understand themselves and each other, leading to a more productive and satisfying workplace. 

Terri Lesmeister

Office Manager / Administrative Assistant

Terri has more than 15 years of experience as an administrative receptionist and over 20 years of experience providing customer service in the Retail Industry, including 9 years in administration. She is a member of the Oil Wives Club of Medicine Hat, having held various positions for 16 years on the Executive, including President.  Terri has exceptional organization and communication skills, and is the "in house" computer application expert and bookkeeper.