Imposter Syndrome specialist and qualified executive coach from Henley Business School. I am a member of the Association for Coaching and accredited by the International Coach Federation, which has rubber stamped me for quality assurance.
Imposter Syndrome is defined as a fear of being “found out” or thought a fraud and can occur at key points in your career such as: applying for a leadership role or going for a promotion, changing sectors or switching companies, the first 90 days in a new role, handling conflict and negotiating a pay rise.
I use my wealth of experience as a recruitment consultant and my expertise as a coach to help high performance individuals reduce their fear of failure to truly thrive in the workplace. My techniques bring about sustainable change to effectively transform your career so you feel confident, engaged and motivated in your choice of role.
In addition to extensive UK based experience, I have an excellent multicultural background having lived and worked in Southern & Eastern Europe and Asia with experience of setting up new businesses in Central and Eastern Europe and recruiting and leading large teams.
I have coached leaders of all levels from mid-level managers to managing directors in charge of multi-million-pound budgets across a broad range of industries.
Call me on 020 3058 1790 or contact me to find out what I can do for you