Jacqui held a number of business roles in client management, marketing and service management within major IT global service companies before moving into leadership and organisational development. She has implemented leadership initiatives internationally, working with board directors to deliver strategic, company-wide programmes. With over 20 years of coaching experience, Jacqui has worked with clients such as Fujitsu, Barclays Bank, the NHS, Church of England, Tearfund and Essex County Council. She has coached executives in leading their teams through change, managing group diversity and dynamics as well as building relationships across organizational structures.
- MSc, Executive Coaching and Behavioural Change, Henley Business School
- Certificate in Professional Coaching, Henley Business School,
- BA (Hons) German with Law, University of Southampton
- Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development
- Qualified MBTI® Practitioner
Jacqui has a calm and creative approach to coaching. Her business partnering experience has enhanced her listening skills and enables her to tailor her approach to each client to achieve their goals and succeed in their roles. She uses insightful questions to enhance self-awareness and support them in developing their full potential. Underlying Jacqui’s approach is a strong motivation to help clients have the time and space for quality thinking and decision making amid the business and pressure of 21st century living. Aware that leading through change can often be a time of stress as well as opportunity, Jacqui’s coaching enables clients to gain greater clarity into what is important, to be courageous in their choices and to lead with renewed energy and focus.
Examples of recent work
- Coached a senior leader within the Public Sector to achieve promotion to a position leading the organisation of 30,000 people.
- Provided coaching to senior leaders within Public Health England managing their teams through major organizational change. Included supporting them to work through their own emotional response as well as leading the process.
- Coached new CEO of a charity as she led it to achieve substantial funding growth, introduced new organisational structures and programme development to underpin extension.