I am a certified, qualified and experienced Co-Active (CPCC /ACC) Career and Leadership Coach working with women who are looking to discover purpose and direction in their lives whether that’s taking the next step up the professional career ladder, overcoming anxiety in a new role, or simply being able to explore new horizons. My main clients are smart, accomplished and ambitious women who don’t always acknowledge how extraordinary and exceptional they are.
My approach is to focus on the whole person in a calm & individual way; this helps to create a safe space for clients that works at a pace and level that suits them.
Who I coach
I specialise in coaching smart, accomplished women who are looking to discover purpose and direction in their lives whether that’s taking the next step up the professional career ladder, overcoming anxiety in a new role, or simply being able to explore new horizons.
More often than not, we believe that we aren’t capable of more. We become accustomed to having responsibility thrust upon us which leads to feelings of self-doubt and lacking the confidence to be able to succeed in the way we want to. Sometimes, we just need a boost of self-confidence to achieve what is actually within reach.
I can help you re-evaluate your goals, discover your purpose and get you started feeling in control. You will be fully supported, assured and empowered along the way as you take that next step to the life and career of your dreams.
I also have a degree in Supportive & Palliative Care, with extensive experience working in the field of palliative & end of life care, both as a clinical healthcare professional as well as an operational and strategic manager leading on national projects and programmes.
Over the years I’ve developed assurance and proficiency in managing, supporting and developing skills and performance within individuals and teams which has included facilitating fundamental clinical and organisational change.
It’s still important to me that I help to improve access and availability of health care services, so I continue to work as an End of Life Care Advisor for independent not for profit & charitable organisations, helping develop and implement supportive services for people with life limiting illnesses.
I have one grown-up daughter and I have recently moved to London after living in Lincoln for over 25 years and my interests include the fact that I’m a total tennis geek, an avid book lover and a British History fanatic.