Bill Hughes


Hi, my name is Bill Hughes, and over the last 10 years I've coached and mentored UK and international clients, working with everyone from students taking their first steps out of higher education to leaders redefining how they support their teams in an ever-changing workplace.  My specialties are career coaching, work-life balance, executive/leadership coaching, and transitional coaching,, e.g. from working to retirement, or simply investigating new career options.

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Your telephone number : 7834250232
Country : United Kingdom
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Membership of professional bodies

  • European Mentoring and Coaching Council

Coaching approach

My ‘North Star’ is to be ambitious for whoever I'm coaching. I look at the direction they want to travel and help them discover what they can and want to achieve. Yet although I'm a certified (ie qualified) coach, I'm not part of a 'coaching industry' that promises personal enlightenment by simply asking open questions and getting clients to quietly reflect and achieve a lightbulb moment. Wouldn't life be great if it was that simple? While the open questions and personal reflection are important elements of coaching, truly successful coaches have expertise and experience, not just in coaching but in their industry (or across industries, as in the case of helping people with career, management and leadership skills). The successful coach can also mentor and teach when required, and has the experience, knowledge and confidence to do so.