Sarah is a member of Faculty for the Practitioner Diploma and a coach supervisor. She supports and challenges people to discover how they are holding themselves back and how they can drive themselves forward.
Sarah’s coaching qualifications include the Master Practitioner Diploma in Systemic Team Coaching and the Advanced Diploma in Executive Coaching.
Originally qualifying and practising as a solicitor, John has also worked at the at the Quaker United Nations Office in Geneva, in grassroots peace-building in Burundi, and establishing and leading a community mediation service. Since 2001 he has been freelance offering organisational consultancy and facilitation, non-managerial supervision, and also latterly coaching.
He has also developed and developed a number of professional development programmes and initiatives, including supervision kills, effective conflict skills, team building, reflective practice, managing change, and globally responsible leadership skills and practice. His coaching practice is with leaders and leadership teams, in a wide range of local, national and international organisations.
In addition to his coaching, and his faculty role with AoEC, John is a part-time lecturer in leadership and management at the University of York’s Centre for Applied Human Rights.
John’s qualifications include:
· Practitioner Diploma in Executive Coaching
· Diploma in the work of the Change Agent
· Advanced Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling (Groupwork Skills)
· Certificate in Management and Leadership
· Accredited Executive Coach – AoEC
Kirstie’s work as a leader gave her a strong commitment to leadership development. She works part time for the University of Birmingham as a Senior Lecturer on the Elizabeth Garrett Anderson programme which leads to a Master’s in Healthcare Leadership. Based not only on research evidence about effective leadership but also on adult learning principles, this work compliments Kirstie’s work as Faculty for the AoEC on the Coaching Certificate and Executive Coaching Practitioner Diploma programmes; both are based on adult learning principles and support leadership development.
Kirstie herself also works as an Executive Coach. Holding the AoEC Practitioner Diploma in Executive Coaching, she is accredited at ACC level with the International Coaching Federation.
She also has experience of setting up coaching programmes internally within corporates: latterly she was Head of Executive Coaching at Barclays where she managed a Global Coaching Faculty as part of the Executive Development offering before setting up her own boutique coaching consultancy.
Anita has coached clients from a range of industries including CBRE, UBS, JP Morgan, Henderson Global Investors, Strutt & Parker, Diageo, Glencore, Aberdeen Asset Management, Daily Mail & General Trust and the Diocese of London.
Anita’s professional qualifications include:
· Certified Professional Co-active Coach
· Certified to PCC Level with International Coach Federation
· MBA Kellogg School of Management
· Certified in a range of psychometric tools including MBTI, Hays, DiSC
· NLP Practitioner
Working in the UK and Europe, Alan supports and challenges clients, such that they stretch beyond stakeholder expectations.
Alan’s coaching qualifications include:
· Master Practitioner Diploma in Systemic Team Coaching
· Advanced Practitioner Diploma in Executive Coaching
· Practitioner Diploma in Executive Coaching
· AOEC Gestalt coaching course
· NLP Diploma
Scott is a member of Faculty for the AoEC Practitioner Diploma in Executive Coaching and Coaching Certificate programmes. He is also a Mentor Coach, NLP Master Practitioner and has extensive experience of using and interpreting the DISC profile assessment with coaching clients.
She has both the Advanced and Master Practitioner Diplomas in Executive Coaching from the Academy of Executive Coaching and is close to completing the Certificate in Supervision from Bath Consultancy Group. As part of her contribution to the coaching profession, she is now fulfilling in a voluntary capacity the role as Regional Director Scotland (Designate) for EMCC UK.
She began her career as a manager in the National Health Service. After completing a MBA at Manchester Business School in 1995, she worked for the Hay Group as a management consultant for over ten years where she progressed to the position of Associate Director.
Hazel is author and designer of a number of ICF and University accredited developmental programmes in executive coaching and coaching leadership.
She has a Masters Degree in HR Strategy and HRD. Her work is underpinned by Gestalt theory and practice together with Advanced Transactional Analysis in organisations, including coaching and consultancy. She is ICF PCC accredited and is also a Coaching supervisor.
Hazel is also visiting Faculty within the AoeC for the Advanced Diploma, Practitioner Diploma and Corporate programmes.
Moira has designed, delivered and evaluated OD interventions from Board to Shop-floor level ranging from business strategy to organisation design, new product development, talent management, culture change, and customer service. During the last few years she has worked with senior teams in a coaching or consulting capacity across Europe and in Hong Kong, Malaysia and the Middle East to develop the internal capability and capacity to lead and manage change.
Moira is a visiting lecturer in HRM and leadership at City University London, and is also an associate of Roffey Park Leadership Institute where she works primarily in the areas of leadership and change.
Karen has delivered transformationally at senior and board level in Europe, Asia, Middle East and America over the past 15 years. She previously spent 10 years with EY Management Consultants. Valued for her engaging style and profound insight, she is able to get underneath difficult issues and accelerate results. Being at the forefront excites Karen. She worked with Henley Business School and the BT Global Challenge to research emotional intelligence in performance, and collaborated on our first advanced coaching diploma. With a framework deeply rooted in neuroscience, psychology and business, Karen has pioneered approaches in creative visioning, personal branding, emotional recycling, boardroom presence and stakeholder relationships.
Clients include Lloyds Banking Group, PwC, Capgemini, Maersk Oil, EY, Sainsburys, CERN, Telus, Vodafone.
Karen’s professional qualifications include:
· ICF Accreditation
· Advanced Diploma in Executive Coaching
· Post-graduate in Applied Emotional Intelligence
· Gestalt Certificate in Advanced Organizational and Individual Change
· NLP Practitioner
· EMCC Membership
· Training in mindfulness, bodywork, transactional analysis, psychosynthesis
His current work is focused on 1-1 coaching, team coaching, collective thinking and coach education and supervision. Organizational clients span all sectors.
Alan has trained thoroughly as a coach, systemic team coach and coach supervisor and is accredited by the ICF. He views his experience and training as a coach as resting on an extensive background of training and involvement over 20 years in the fields of psychodrama psychotherapy, Gestalt and psychoanalytic informed systems thinking.
He conceptualizes his role as being to support both the uniqueness of the individual and the collective endeavor that the individual is engaged in with others.
Previously New Business Director of International Advertising Agency TBWA, Nick is an experienced senior executive and team coach, trainer, facilitator, coach supervisor and engaging event speaker, with more than twenty five years’ experience in supporting the development and success of organisations and leaders throughout many parts of the world.
His clients have ranged from SME entrepreneurial organisations to large Multinationals across many sectors including automotive, financial services and banking, IT, media and creative, pharmaceutical, industrial, oil exploration, public sector and charities.
He has been developing coaches for over twenty years, drawing particularly on his development of Somatic Cognitive coaching and facilitation which enables coaches and leaders to engage with their deeper embodied experience and thereby impact more effectively that of their groups and wider systems.
He has been a member of faculty with the AoEC since 2009, principally on the Advanced Diploma in Executive Coaching and the Systemic Team Coaching Diploma.
Nick’s professional qualifications include:
· Developer of Somatic Cognitive Coaching and facilitation
· Developer of IIMAC© sales process
· AoEC Diploma in Advanced Executive Coaching (Distinction)
· ICF Professional Certified Coach Accredited
· Accredited NLP Trainer
Prior to setting up her leadership coaching business, Hilary coached the European Board of IBM’s consulting business, and was Global Head of Partner Development at PwC Consulting. She has held HR and leadership Development roles in the pharmaceutical sector.
Hilary’s qualifications include:
· ICF Professional Certified Coach March 2016
· Master Executive Coach Practitioner 2012
· Accredited Coach: Coaches Training Institute 2002
· Diploma in Advanced Facilitation Skills for Individual and Organisation Change: Gestalt Centre, London, 1999
· PhD: Career Development of Scientists in Industry London 1981
Lizzie brings to the AoEC 20 years of corporate experience, having worked for several global organisations in senior HR and marketing leadership roles. She works with leaders and teams, in the UK and overseas, across a broad range of areas including building effective stakeholder relationships; developing leadership and influence style; increasing confidence; creating impact and presence; managing personal and professional change.
Lizzie is an ICF accredited coach at PCC level. She graduated from the AoEC Advanced Practitioner Diploma course in 2008 and is a member of faculty for the Practitioner Diploma and Coaching Skills Certificate. She brings her coaching skills and experience into her facilitation work to provide an energetic and inspiring learning space.
Lizzie also facilitates leadership development programmes for several global clients.
Lizzie’s professional qualifications include:
· Advanced Practitioner Diploma in Executive Coaching AoEC
· ICF accreditation at PCC level
· Honours degree in Business Studies
· Qualified in: OPQ32, MBTI Step 1 and 2, Hogan, TKI and various 360º feedback tools
· Foundation level training in TA, CBC, Gestalt, Team Coaching
· Foundation in Supervision (Bath Consultancy)
· Accredited in Resilience Coaching
Her early interest in supervision came from her first career as a mental health clinician where supervision was always a reflective space which offered challenge, support and new learning. Marjorie obtained her coach supervision training through the AoEC and Bath Consultancy Group and her supervision style is underpinned by systemic, Gestalt and psychodynamic thinking.
Marjorie has undertaken advanced Gestalt training in the UK and the USA including The Gestalt Institute of Cleveland and The Gestalt International Study Center in Cape Cod.
Marjorie is a Programme Director for the Psychology of Coaching Gestalt Coaching and Supervision programmes at the AoEC. She is an APECS accredited coach and coach supervisor.
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