I am a successful Master Practitioner and Coach in NLP, with a Masters Degree in Leadership. Although consistently judged outstanding as a teacher and a Head Teacher, I decided to ‘have an adventure’ and consequently went self-employed in January 2009.
I now work with a wide range of individuals facing significant, personal challenge as well as groups of varying sizes across business, education.
I successfully delivered presentations to, and engaged in lively discussions with, the East Midlands Adviser Group and an ‘Improving Intelligence National Steering Group’ for the Government, in Westminster, London. I have been invited to speak at three national conferences in 2011 which I am excited about. I am is also a volunteer mentor for the Prince’s Trust.
I am consistently pro-active, passionate, nurturing, and resilient. My main strengths lie in her ability to communicate with people (motivating and developing them) and to think actively, flexibility and creatively. I relish new challenges and am committed to adding value to, and facilitating the growth of, individuals and teams.
My Disctinctly Unselubrious Claim to Fame: While studying at Cambridge, I very nearly put the kybosh on "A brief History of Time" by narrowly missing Stephen Hawkins while furiously pedalling to a lecture for which I was woefully late!
I'm passionate about
People, Creativity, Laughing, Well-being, Challenge, Innovative Thinking, Finding Synergies, Discovering and Proactive, Inductive Learning, people learning to thrive through daring to fail.