Kathryn Wakefield


Kathryn is a well-reputed coach, facilitator and consultant. She has worked with a diverse range of industries, including household brands in insurance, retail and professional services. Kathryn’s client experience also includes public sector, recruitment, financial services and not-for-profit organisations. This means she brings a wealth of experience working with leaders and teams, especially as part of executive development, leadership and behavioural change programmes. Her qualifications and training include: MSc in Executive Coaching and Behavioural Change; Certificate in Systemic Coaching and Constellations; Master NLP Practitioner; Qualified MBTI step I and II practitioner. She is a member of the Association for Coaching (ACUK) and has contributed to the continuing development of the coaching profession by writing 'Coaching complexity: Exploring systemic coaching in practice’.

Your website : http://kathrynwakefield.co.uk
Your email : kathryn@kathrynwakefield.co.uk
Your telephone number : +44788 5453055
Country : United Kingdom
Your Region1: South East
Your Region2: Thames Valley
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Membership of professional bodies

  • Association for Coaching

Coaching approach

Kathryn is recognised for coaching that helps individuals add more value to their organisation. Her areas of specialism are: long-term behavioural change, managing complexity, and increasing personal and professional effectiveness. Engaging, creative, and evidence-based, Kathryn’s coaching is known for being ‘enjoyable, challenging and a breath of fresh-air’. Kathryn has an eclectic approach, drawing on a range of disciplines, which means she chooses the most appropriate method for her client’s needs. Her style is inspiring, provocative and down-to-earth. She believes in co-creating the coaching agenda with her client’s to ensure the right conditions for her client in terms of challenge and support. Her work is solutions and strengths focused, based on principles for long-lasting change. Key to this is raising levels of self-awareness and increasing organisational understanding.