Anna Sheather


I am an accredited coach with Henley Business School and a member of the Association For Coaching. I have been coaching for over 6 years and have been running my own Executive Coaching practice for the last 4 years. I am also accredited for Coaching Signatures, a development tool for coaches, and am currently training as a coach supervisor. I have an extensive business background having spent 14 years in the Financial Services Industry and then 7 years as a director of a niche business consultancy practice where I set up their Board level services. This included strategic facilitation, leadership team development and coaching. My executive clients come from all sectors including Financial Services organisations, Unitary Councils, Research Councils, Defence companies, large charities and top 4 accountancy practice.

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Country : United Kingdom
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Membership of professional bodies

  • Association for Coaching

Coaching approach

My approach to coaching is to provide a space for my coachees to have the time to reflect and think about the issues at hand. I use listening, questioning, reflecting back, feedback and challenge as the main tools of coaching. I approach each client as a unique person with the belief that they are the experts in themselves, using my skills as a coach to help them achieve the goals they have set for their coaching programme. Coaching programmes start with a contracting where the goals of the coaching are agreed and how success can be measured. This contracting session allows me as a coach to start to understand my coachee, determine if I am the right person for the coachee and enable the coachee to see if they can work with me. Once this session is agreed, a coaching programme can be put in place.