About Helen

Helen has 14 years’ experience working in Learning and Development. Having worked across England, Australia, Hong Kong and America, she has delivered training programmes and one-to-one coaching in large organisations such as Waitrose, Starbucks, Save the Children and the Financial Conduct Authority. Helen’s academic qualifications, combined with her business experience, enable her to provide highly effective personal and professional development services.

Qualifications

  • Occupational Psychology MSc, University of Nottingham
  • Psychology BSc, University of Sussex
  • Level 7 CIM (Chartered Institute of Management) Strategic Coaching, Sussex Business School
  • Qualified to administer and interpret the following psychometrics: MBTI (Myers Briggs Type Indicator), Trait (Aston), Lumina Spark, SDI (Strength Deployment Inventory), Talent Q (KornFerry) and Quest.
  • Qualified in ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training)

Coaching approach

Helen takes a scientific approach to coaching, ensuring that the content and structure of her coaching is evidence based. Rather than subscribing to a ‘one-size-fits-all’ methodology, Helen blends a variety of approaches to ensure that she provides a unique coaching service suitable at an individual level, based on the specific context. Helen is influenced by the fields of psychiatry, psychology, neuroscience, behavioural economics, biology and anthropology. Throughout the coaching process, Helen will seek to create and maintain an open, honest dialogue to examine the effectiveness of the coaching approach and change direction when required.

Most importantly, compassion, non-judgement, empathy and sensitivity form the foundation of all coaching sessions.

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