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Based in London,
I work internationally.
• Individual coaching
• Team and organisational interventions.
+44 7941 535444
London and international.
• Team coaching
+44 (0)7899 668493
Based in London and
• Team interventions
Lives in Somerset England
South West and London
Lives in Warwickshire, UK;
+44 (0) 7557 523 276
Based in London, and
+44 7885 755920
Lives in Dorchester,
Dorset, UK and works in
UK and internationally.
Based in London, and
has coached in Europe.
+44 (0)20 8349 2929
+44 (0) 777 55 22239
Rachael is an experienced Personal Development & Leadership Coach and has an MSc with distinction from Henley Business School.
Having a corporate background within the global FMCG marketing communications sector, she draws on board-level experience of operating within complex networked organisations when working with coaching clients.
Her main area of interest lies in helping people to stand back from the immediate complexity of a situation in order to see the bigger picture points of influence and connection, and to move to purposeful action.
Rachael's supportive yet constructively challenging style helps clients to find a balance between who they are and what they do, and rediscover their focus and energy.
Mary is a leadership consultant and executive coach working internationally with CEOs, senior teams, and boards. She has over 15 years’ experience of leading strategic change at board level in the public sector, and has developed national and international development programmes on leadership, governance and the dynamics of boardroom behaviour. She teaches on the Clinical Psychology Doctoral training at Canterbury Christchurch University, is External Examiner for two of Cambridge University’s coaching programmes, and is a frequent presenter on good governance at the Leadership Foundation for Higher Education’s events for board members; she is also the coeditor and author of Creating A Coaching Culture for Managers In Your Organisation.
Mary is an alumna of the Harvard Kennedy School’s Programme on Adaptive Leadership, and draws on this and her psychodynamic training when coaching clients. In particular, she brings deep insight to the ‘beneath the surface’ dimension of what happens in relationships and organisational life, helping clients to understand what holds them back from making progress on their most pressing challenges, and what can take them forward. Clients gain a deeper awareness of themselves and others as part of dynamic systems, and the choices available to them to change their leadership behaviour and create new purpose. Mary’s clients include executive teams at IBM, Oracle, insurance companies, universities, colleges, the Medical Research Council, and the Royal College of Midwives.
You can find out more about Mary at www.leadingmindsconsulting.com
Kevin Dixon MA
Institute of Human Relations Certificate and Masters in Advanced Organisation Consulting. He is a qualified Global Chartered Management Accountant (ACMA) and is honours graduate in International Business Policy. He holds British Psychological Society Certification for Level A and Level B Occupational Testing.
Kevin has worked extensively with government, multi-nationals and voluntary and community sectors. He is contributory author to two books.
Kevin’s coaching and mentoring is focused upon developing collaborative working and continuous improvement vertically and across organisations to deliver planned outcomes. Kevin works alongside leaders to discover their competency and self-governance in high performing, challenging situations in organisational change.
Kevin specialises in working with Finance, Information Systems and Customer Experience People and Teams bringing together cybernetic and emotional insights drawn from over 30 years of experience of corporate governance, business ethics, policy development, co-ordination and control including senior positions in HM Treasury and the Serious Fraud Office. He has worked as a Trustee for UK Charity and Financial Competency Adviser.
Kevin is a warm and open, developing authentic and trusting coaching relationships in absolute confidentiality.
Kevin is member of the Institute of Business Ethics (www.ibe.org) and the International Society for the Psychoanalytic Study of Organizations (www.ispso.org). he is a Professional Partner of the Tavistock Institute (http://www.tavinstitute.org/staff/kevin-dixon/)
Jeremy is an Accredited Master Executive Coach with the Association for Coaching, a Professional Certified Coach with the ICF, an Analytic-Network Coach and an mBIT Certified Coach. In addition, he is an NLP Master Trainer, coach trainer, studying to become a coach supervisor, and has authored four best-selling NLP books. He gained an MA in Coaching and NLP in 2011.
Prior to forming The Lazarus Consultancy Ltd (a niche NLP and coaching business) in 1999, Jeremy trained as an accountant and corporate treasurer. He spent four years as a management consultant with Ernst & Young, held senior financial positions with Unigate plc and was Finance Director of YO! Sushi.
Jeremy’s has coached and trained a wide variety of clients, including the NHS, blue chip companies (from many business sectors), entrepreneurs, professional services firms, professional athletes and sports clubs (he is a former semi-professional footballer) and charities. His style is informal yet focused, seeking always to help clients achieve better results faster.
Martin Vogel is a coach and counter-consultant working with individuals and senior leadership teams. He draws on inquiry skills honed in journalism, coaching and strategy development and a career-long conviction that organisations can play a more positive role in society. His client work ranges from large multinational corporations to start-up enterprises and covers sectors including media, technology, arts, higher education and social services.
More information about Martin can be found at: vogelwakefield.com
Mark Wakefield is a coach and consultant working with board level individuals and senior leadership teams. An award-winning TV journalist by background, he also has extensive experience of corporate strategy and governance. This combination of skill and experience informs his coaching practice and is highly valued by his clients. He has a wide client network encompassing multinationals, SMEs and start-ups, with particular areas of strength in media, technology and academic institutions. He is co-director of Vogel Wakefield, the counter- consultancy. He and his former BBC colleague Martin Vogel started the company 4 years ago with a conviction that business has a key role to play in addressing society’s problems.
You can read more about Mark at: vogelwakefield.com
Simon is an internationally experienced OD Consultant, Executive Coach, Coach Supervisor, Team Coach, Process Consultant, Facilitator and Lecturer. Simon draws on his experience in consulting, deep human systems understanding and psychology to enable organisations to successfully navigate the complexities of transformational change processes, develop leadership cultures and individuals. He also leads a Masters Programme in Coaching Psychology at the Metanoia Institute in London and is a Visiting Lecturer at Ashridge Management School on the Masters in Executive Coaching. He works in Media, Retail, Oil and Gas, Financial Services, the University Sector and a number of Public Sector organisations such as the NHS and Probation Service.
He is particularly interested in exploring relational perspectives on organisational life and consulting, which place the quality of interactions between organisation members and their teams at the centre of how meaning is made and behaviour generated. This is particularly relevant in today’s organisations where different individuals and teams with different levels of authority, designation and agendas have to work out how to join together in service of the organisation’s success.
Dr Lynne Sedgmore CBE
Lynne has held 3 Chief Executive roles within the UK for the past 17 years. She has been a non Executive Director on over 25 Boards and is now a registered coach working freelance. She is a Fellow of the Institute of Directors and the Royal Society of Arts. She was previously the CEO of the Centre for Excellence in Leadership which developed over 40,000 leaders and was at the forefront of individual, team and organisational coaching interventions. She sat on the Prime Ministers Review of UK public sector leadership from 2010/11.
She has been coaching others since 1998 as well as receiving extensive coaching from top coaches in the UK. Her coachees are CEOs or senior managers from the private, public and charity sectors. Lynne has an MSc in Change Agent Skills and Strategies and a Doctorate in Leadership. She combines academic rigour, practical organisational experience as a CEO alongside powerful insight, emotional intelligence, strong rapport and the ability to be deeply present to both individual and organisational needs.
I coach CEOs, directors and other executives and managers, in the private and public sectors, to develop a mind set and take action to be successful leaders in the current challenging and ever changing work environment. My clients describe my style as extremely approachable, whilst also being challenging, pragmatic and intuitive. I also have a sense of humour! The result is that you can talk honestly and openly about issues, focus on priorities and change your thinking to find your own effective leadership style to implement strategic change.
From my 20 year business and professional career in the City, I bring first hand leadership experience and expertise in managing change. I am a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) with the International Coach Federation (ICF), the largest global professional coaching body, promoting best practice in coaching. I also have an MBA (Distinction) from Bath University and have trained in coaching psychology and systemic team coaching.
A national and international conference speaker, I am co-author of academic research, published in Management Learning, on how coaching individual leaders also benefits the performance of their teams. Further, as President of the UK Board of the ICF 2015, and a Board Director for 4 years, I have represented the ICF on industry and government coaching committees.
Karen is an Executive coach, Leadership facilitator, Organisation Development & Talent Management Consultant. She has been consulting since 2003 during which time she has worked with many of the FTSE 250 and Fortune 500 as well as other large and medium sized organisations – public and private sector. Prior to consulting Karen worked in HR, Capability & Management Development for Diageo Plc and British Aerospace where she led on numerous change initiatives. Karen’s coaching expertise is with executives and senior leaders working on leadership, strategy, and relational challenges and works across 3 areas;
Karen’s multinational & public sector experience, years of Masters level training (MSc. Executive Coaching plus accreditation & MBA) and personal research contributes to her immense insight. Her coachees experience her as warm yet challenging, strategic yet practical.
Karen has successfully coached in many sectors including; FMCG, Aerospace, Financial Services, Retail, Music, Construction, Childcare, Energy, Further Education, and Local Authorities and her clients include major multinational organisations such as Diageo, AMEX, Aldi GMBH, Amey, Sony Music, Kingfisher, Serco, Rentokil Initial and EDF.
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