The top four reasons why people don’t always act as part of your team
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Short eBooklet: Helping managers use great one-to-one meetings to lead their team
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One (more) reason why people don't straight-away do what they've said they would - and what to do about it
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Using Emotional Intelligence (EQ) to review performance at work
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Goals, or Objectives, or 'Being': how do you set your priorities?
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Whether you feel in or out of control, it's probably an illusion. What you choose is what really counts
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I help leaders and teams to be productive and fulfilled. I'm an Executive Coach.
Although my approach is usually pretty light-hearted and informal, I take people's development very seriously. I'm into the practical application of learning and understanding and like helping people make their actions as effective as possible.
I have hard-skills business qualifications: FCCA and MBA; as well as soft-skills qualifications: Certified Professional Coach, NLP Masters and Newfield Mastery in Coaching.
My coaching usually takes place in either one-to-one sessions or in small group sessions for top-teams or boards.
Previously I worked in senior Finance, Corporate Strategy and Project Director jobs in one of the UK’s largest organisations and also set-up, grew and eventually sold a small international consultancy business.
I currently serve on the Institute of Director's regional board and have just finished two terms on their national governing body. I've also been a Non Executive Director and chair of audit at my local hospital trust.