Kate was employed in the UK & overseas as a trainer & facilitator before settling back in the UK & working as a counsellor & trainer. With a public & third sector background, she has a diploma in counselling, MBA and certificate in the supervision of coaching as well as working with Sheffield Hallam University on a module of their MSc in coaching. Along with her business partner, she offers an ILM certificate & diploma, & has written chapters & articles about coaching. She is MBTI Step 2 trained & trained in the use of various 360 degree instruments & other psychological tools. She works with a number of agencies eg Society of Local Authority Chief Executives, & coaches throughout the UK as well as facilitates action learning sets. She trains action learning facilitators through ALA. Kate is known for her perceptive insights & her calm & gentle challenges.
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I use a variety of disciplines and approaches to inform my coaching practice and am trained in psychometric instruments and 360 degree feedback sessions. Clients find they can think more clearly about issues that have perplexed them, both in work and in those outside issues that impact on performance at work. I usually agree a series of 4 sessions with a client and discuss with them what they want to achieve. Within each session,usually 2 hours if face to face, but one hour on the phone/SKYPE, we check what are the urgent things that need attention and whether satisfactory progress is being made. I might use thinking from appreciative inquiry,solution focused thinking,transactional analysis, NLP, the Grow model - but whatever model is used, it is for the client to assess how far it helps. I support and challenge appropriately and improve both the client's state of mind and their actions.