THE ONE THAT GOT AWAY. A PROFILE OF MARGARET CHAPMAN-CLARKE

Occupational psychologist, coach and supervisor, Margaret Chapman-Clarke’s love of learning has kept her one step ahead of the game, she tells Liz Hall   Margaret Chapman-Clarke has been described as a ‘quiet mover and shaker’. She’s often behind the scenes, observing, researching, integrating and, yes, shaking things up with insightful questions and innovations. A former […]

BECAUSE I CAN: A PROFILE OF GILL SMITH

Gill Smith has worked tirelessly as chair of the Association for Coaching UK. She continues to live purposefully, despite her recent cancer diagnosis   Gill SmithBy Liz Hall Sharp, tenacious, hard-working, warm, inspiring, a consummate professional – these are just some of the ways Gill Smith, the Association for Coaching (AC) UK’s chair for the past […]

PROFILE: MY WORK IN PROGRESS

Eve Turner loves her coaching and coach supervision, and she has won many awards for her work. But, she tells Liz Hall, what matters most to her is making a difference to individuals, teams – and beyond   Award-winning coach and coach supervisor Eve Turner isn’t one to do things by halves, and readily acknowledges […]

PROFILE: OUT OF AFRICA

Ugandan-born Anthony Kasozi fled his country when he was 16. The experience taught him resilience and independence, he tells Liz Hall, and he’s been on a rich learning journey as a leadership coach ever since   Leadership coach, consultant and adviser Anthony Kasozi says he doesn’t like talking about himself. But thankfully he obliges, with […]