Jane Cook has 25 years of mentoring, coaching and leadership experience in education and the arts, including as a headteacher and national education advisor. She is now a full-time coach and coach trainer working mostly in education and the arts.
Trevor Folley is a coach and trainer with 25 years’ experience in the field of education. His roles have included Head of Performing Arts in large secondary school, Essex Adviser for pupil motivation and behaviour, Personalisation & Progression Adviser with The National Strategies and Director for School Improvement with Linden Learning. He is a certified Master Practitioner in Neuro-linguistic Programming and an approved trainer with the International Training Academy of NLP.
Jane Booth, MA FHEA BMus LRAM, is a career development coach. She writes, “I coach leaders, often in the fields of Education and or Performing Arts, to uncover unique and personal solutions to the dilemmas and challenges they face. Coaching often acts as a ‘fast-forward’ button revealing new and often unexpected levels of personal resourcefulness, strength and inspiration across their working and personal lives. Guided by my questioning and responsive listening, my clients discover their own solutions.”
Chris Brannick is an ILM Level 7 executive coach who uses creative strategies to unlock your potential. His experience as a professional musician and writer gives him insight into a variety of communication skills, which feeds into his knowledge of running a multi-faceted and multi-skilled workforce as CEO of a major music charity.
Executive/senior management workplace issues and interview coaching are Amanda’s particular areas of interest, as are managing conflict, stress and time, and other life-balance quandaries. An excellent communicator and a supportive and energetic leader, she has over 20 years of management and board-level experience.
Nick Cromwell is a highly skilled and qualified Master Executive Coach, Consultant, Facilitator and Coaching Supervisor. He consistently achieves excellent results in organisations with both individuals and teams and is skilled at enabling professionals to achieve their full potential both in personal development and business performance.
Annie Davy works as facilitator, qualified coach and development consultant in early years, education and social enterprise. She has a background in education including teaching, inspection and senior leadership/headship roles.
Working as a musician and an educator with a background in psychology, Jo’s work over the past 25 years has taken her into schools, concert halls, recording studios, prisons, hospitals, banks, government departments and many other community and corporate settings. Through the creation of a high challenge, high support coaching environment, Jo seeks to enable her clients to discover their full potential, both professionally and personally, working with them to shine a light on the things which may be preventing optimum performance.
Thérèse Hoyle is a coach, mentor and coach trainer and educational consultant. She has International Coach Federation Certification, is an Institute of Leadership Management accredited coach and trainer, DiSC Behavioural Styles Practitioner and Action Learning Set facilitator.
Pat Joseph is a teacher, social worker, coach and project manager with a demonstrated track record of delivering projects to exceptionally high standard. She uses flexible and creative methods to support the growth and development of others.
Carlos Lopez-Real is a personal life coach and executive coach, primarily within the creative arts and educational sectors. With a background in psychology, philosophy, education, and the performing arts, he has over 20 years of leadership experience. He is passionate about enabling people to maximise their potential, both in their professional and private lives.
Liz Molyneux has been coaching for over a decade and has considerable experience working with senior leaders. She is passionate about facilitating positive change in individuals, teams and organisations and is particularly interested in working with people during transition, as they take on more senior roles or as they seek the next challenge.
Heather Monro has been coaching and working with education professionals to develop their coaching skills for over 10 years, following a career combining life as a World medal-winning athlete with teaching in early years settings.
Phyllis Roome, a coach, radio producer, stage actor, runs regular seminars on voice, presentation and communication and coaches one-to-one.
Career and transition coach. For the past five years Rachel Williamson has been working independently, specialising in coaching, facilitation and training.