Over the last 15 years Caitlin has developed a unique, robust systemic facilitation process that creates the context for individuals to have respectful collaborative conversations using techniques such as clean language. This process is easily taken on by teams and spreads through organisations resulting in whole system sustainable change. She has exceptional rapport building skills and is able to engage key stakeholders personally and then able to facilitate them to engage meaningfully with one another so that they are able to develop group wisdom and shared, sustainable outcomes.
Caitlin is an Executive and Career Coach and Organisational Development Consultant. Co-designing and facilitating a wide range of culture change projects. Engaging stakeholders at all levels and in all sectors including: board level directors, national and international senior teams, universities, police, and at-risk young people. Direct responsibility for facilitation of shared organisational outcomes, conflict resolution, client relationship, quality assurance, contract negotiation, research and evaluation.
Caitlin is the author of: From Contempt to Curiosity – creating the conditions for groups to collaborate – with clean questions and systemic modelling and An Introduction to Clean Language and Systemic Modelling - DVD. Caitlin is a regular guest and conference speaker.
Caitlin's coaching style is professional, friendly and subtle. Caitlin has a high ability to detect patterns in her coaches behaviour, speech and thinking and to subtly bring these into their awareness. She pays exquisite attention to her clients, listening for shift changes, creating the context for threshold changes and holding clients to account for their outcomes and their actions.
Awarded as a centre for the accreditation of Coaching and Mentoring through the Institute of Leadership and Management
Systemic Modelling Facilitator
Clean Language Facilitator
Level 5 Certificate in Coaching and Mentoring at Work ILM
Certified Trainer of Neuro- Linguistic Programming
NLP Master Practitioner
MPhil Strategies for Lexical Access, School of Oriental and African Studies
BA Hons in Linguistics, School of Oriental and African Studies London
The seeds to any change a client needs to go through are contained in the problems they arrive with. A coach pays exquisite attention not only to what their coachees say but also to how they present themselves and to how they are approaching new challenges. Through open ‘clean’ questions the coach’s role is to direct the coaches attention to see more clearly what is already there and then to widen, deepen and to alter their inquiry into their problems and their outcomes. From this place they reach new insights, new innovations and develop home-grown solutions, that mean they leave the coaching session able to do things differently while maintaining their integrity. My experience is that people are able to change remarkably and effortlessly when all of their faculties are engaged and when we make the most of their experience and expertise in the change process.