I am a coach, trainer, runner (Team Sloth!), mother of two and coffee lover! I've experienced a fair few major life events, including the death of my father as a child leading to a susceptibility towards depression, a miscarriage, breast cancer and alcoholism (sober since 2005). These have made me feel battered many times, but through the other side they have also made me grow and develop and realise I actually have a positive outlook on life. This has all made me eager to support others through their own adversity (adversity is a relative term). I am passionate about my own personal development and through life experiences and formal learning I have a wealth of experiences and knowledge to draw upon. We are all works in progress until the day we die and this is what motivates me to support you.
I absolutely love learning, and part of my joy of teaching comes from what I learn while preparing for teaching and from those I teach. I use my coaching style and curiosity in training to create an environment to help those I train get the most from the training
I have been coaching for five years both within the NHS and privately. This is supported by over 25 years experience supporting staff through change and personal development within the NHS through training, and facilitation. I love seeing people develop and grow.
I also tutor people through the ILM Certificate in Executive Coaching & Mentoring.
I have been training for over 20 years. I have a wealth of experience of developing and delivering training around a large number of topics around personal development and leadership.
I have worked within service improvement within the NHS for over 10 years. I have extensive experience in supporting change within the NHS.
My career previously has largely been within the NHS and university sector. I have worked within organisational development, service improvement, governance and research & development.