Jennifer Powell


Jennifer uses her 20 years’ experience as a change communications strategist and consultant in three ways: 1. As an accredited Executive coach, to encourage leaders to be the best leaders they can be in a complex and challenging world 2. As a communications/change consultant, to help organisations give clarity and direction to their people by providing practical communications and engagement strategies 3. As a facilitator, to deliver strategic leaders’ and communications workshops. She was previously a Principal at a global HR management consultancy and has held Executive positions in Cable & Wireless, Transport for London, Islington Council and Xerox Europe. Her experience spans many FTSE 100 companies in Financial services, media and professional service groups.

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Membership of professional bodies

  • Association for Coaching

Coaching approach

Tenets The client sets the agenda. If the client can articulate the problem, the client is resourceful enough to find the solution. The most effective coaching is non directive. The coach’s role is to encourage the client to insight through skilful questioning and feedback. The coach holds unconditional positive regard and acceptance for the abilities of the client to change. A strong coaching process provides the structure for breakthrough thinking.