Jerry has spent thirty years helping people to develop in all walks of life. He has worked for and run organisations in the education and third sectors, and is now a sought-after coach, trainer and facilitator in the commercial, public and third sectors. Jerry believes that any organisation is only as good as the commitment it makes to its people's development.
Jerry is a member of the European Mentoring and Coaching Council, the British Association for Personality Type, and the International Positive Psychology Association. As an Executive Coach, Jerry has seen startling transformations in organisations and individuals as he has worked with them to manage change and equip people to get to the next level in their careers and wider lives.
Jerry has found that the first step in personal and professional development is often to increase self-awareness and confidence, and his clients report that he has a great sense of understanding and rapport with them, combined with the ability to ask the right questions at the right time. As part of a portfolio of skills, he frequently uses the MBTI Personality Preference as a tool to enable individuals and teams to access their natural strengths and begin developing new skills and attitudes.
Certificate in Coaching Supervision (in progress), Bath Consultancy
EMCC Coach Accreditation at Senior Practitioner Level.
Advanced Diploma in Professional Coach-Mentoring, The Oxford School of Coaching and Mentoring
Qualified MBTI Practitioner with Individuals and Teams, OPP
Qualified Firo-b Practitioner, OPP
Change Leadership and Coaching College Graduate, The Wilsher Group
Training in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Oxford Cognitive Therapy Centre
“Great leadership starts with self-awareness. Once you’re aware of what you’re doing and how you’re reacting, you have the power to manage yourself better. And once you can manage yourself, you will be leading in a new way: you’ll be more confident, calm, focused, empowering, visionary. This is the liberating power that coaching instils.”