Accredited Coach & Leadership Expert
With over 35 years experience working in complex and challenging environments, I understand the demands and pressures on leaders and, as a mother of 3, I understand the challenges of balancing family and career and the conflicts this can cause.
Having been a senior police officer, a Non-Executive Director and Chair of a Board of Directors in the finance sector, I understand that it can be lonely at the top with the heavy weight of responsibility.
As someone who is neurodivergent I also know what it's like to not quite fit in, yet feel you stand out. There can be so many things that weigh us down and prevent our full flight.
I now embrace and celebrate my difference and all the positive things about being uniquely me. I use my gifts, skills and experiences to help others identify and be their unique selves, achieve their full potential and find a balance that works for them.
Cambridge University, Fitzwilliam College 2014
Canterbury Christ Church University 2007
Diploma in Coaching
International Coach Federation 2023
Certificate in Education
University of Greenwich 1998
Professional Certified Coach
International Coaching Federation 2023
Positive Intelligence Coach Programme 2023
Certified mBIT Master Coach
mBIT International ICF 2022
MBTI Step II Accredited
OPP The Myers Briggs Company 2021
mBIT International ICF 2019
Transactional Analysis 101
Coaching Development Ltd 2017
MBTI Step I Accredited
OPP The Myers Briggs Company 2016
Certificate in Coaching
Coaching Development Ltd 2016
As an experienced and qualified coach and leadership trainer, I work with clients to identify and break through the obstacles that hold them back and maximise their strengths.
Working in partnership to achieve your goals with clear focus and positivity, and utilising the right tools and strategies that work for you and your business to enable growth, development and success.
I genuinely believe in life long learning and continuous professional development. I left school in 1983 with mediocre grades, spent a year doing voluntary work before joining the police. I soon realised that learning and developing, together with hard work and determination, really mattered and made a difference. However, it wasn't until 1996 that I decided to turn my knowledge, skills and experience into formal qualifications.