Emma is an experienced leadership and development coach and facilitator and has been freelance for 10 years previously working in the Energy Industry for 16 years. Emma’s final role in the energy industry was managing the selection of graduates into the company across Europe, the tools and processes developed were shared as best practice globally and developed for MBA and Experienced Hire selection. Key to this was the ability to engage with and influence senior leaders, whilst working alongside employees from all areas of the organisation. Emma’s work as a coach and facilitator includes working with employees at all levels, sometimes through structured development programmes or as individual clients. Emma has supported teams struggling to work together and leaders wanting to develop their teams, increasing their ability to perform and deliver. Emma’s clients include or work for: The London School of Economics, Warwick Business School, Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry, Morgan Stanley, DXT Technology, Centrica, Glaxo Smith Kline and Eton College.
Emma’s areas of expertise are leadership, new leaders and managers, supporting performance and career management. Emma has developed and delivered leadership and career management programmes and experiential skills workshops. Emma coaches globally based clients who have many different roles and challenges and work across the sectors.
Emma’s areas of expertise are leadership, new leaders and managers, supporting performance and career management. Emma has developed and delivered leadership and career management programmes and experiential skills workshops. Emma has coached globally based clients who have many different roles and challenges and work across the sectors.
Certified Coach with the International Coaching Federation
Strengths Deployment Inventory practitioner
Realise2 Strengths practitioner
Equine Facilitated Learning practitioner
Time to Think (Nancy Kline)
Associate member of The European Mentoring and Coaching Council
Associate Member of The Association for Coaching
Associate Member of The International Coaching Federation
As a coach my aim is to support my clients to achieve their goals and outcomes and where required those of the organisation they work for. I am quietly challenging and non-directive, being confident that my client has their own solutions, but when needed I am not afraid to move to a more directive space. I am outcome driven and request my clients outline their goals and take actions to work on and develop as a result of their coaching sessions. I create a safe environment which allows my clients to have full trust in me and the process. I use a number of tools, models and theories but do not subscribe to one methodology as every client is an individual, will require a different conversation and cannot be pigeon holed.