Alison Fletcher


A highly-effective coach and supervisor whose career has included education, print journalism, publishing, organizational consultancy and technical management in the BBC, Alison Fletcher has a wealth of leadership experience in media organizations and the public sector. Alison has a Masters degree from Jesus College, Oxford, an MA in Human Resource Management, a post graduate qualification in coaching practice and a distinction from Oxford Brookes University in coaching supervision. She is Chartered CIPD, AC accredited, a trained careers coach and MBTI qualified. A former member of the management team of the award-winning BBC Coach Network, Alison has a particular talent for making theoretical models relevant and accessible and has won high praise from clients as a trainer, supervisor and coach developer.

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Membership of professional bodies

  • Association for Coaching
  • Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development
  • International Coach Federation UK

Coaching approach

As a coach, Alison combines strong analytical and intellectual skills with a supportive, energizing style. She believes that good decisions require high quality thinking and she sees coaching as a partnership for powerful thinking. Her knowledge of coaching psychology allows her to draw from a range of approaches to work creatively with her clients and act as a catalyst for new perspectives to emerge. Having pioneered the BBC’s First 100 Days coaching programme she has a particular interest in the challenges facing leaders in transition and the difficulties technical experts face when they become general managers. Alison offers coaching for a range of leadership issues, supervision for independent and in-house coaches, and coach education. She takes a developmental approach to supervision and supports coaches to professionalise their practice and achieve accreditation.

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