Rachel Spooncer


With a strong background in leadership and teambuilding Rachel Spooncer specialises in coaching senior managers and executives in leadership development and managing change. She was recognised nationally and internationally for leadership of cross functional innovation. Originally a chemical engineer she worked in a number of senior roles including Technology Management, Plant Management, Business Development and Change Management. Rachel has been coaching professionally for 11 years and was accredited as a Professional Certified Coach with the International Coach Federation in 2005. She is qualified in Myers Briggs, NLP and Level B Psychometrics. Coach training include Mastery in Coaching with Newfield, Coach U, Corporate Coach U, The Inner Game of Coaching with Tim Gallwey and Supervision of coaches, teams and organisations with Bath Consultancy Group.

Your website : www.coaching-perspectives.com
Your email : rachel@coaching-perspectives.com
Your telephone number : 07885911047
Country : United Kingdom
Your Region1: North West
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Membership of professional bodies

  • Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development
  • International Coach Federation

Coaching approach

Rachel works with a wide range of senior executives to improve impact and effectiveness and to develop the appropriate leadership styles to increase the performance of their organisations. Rachel is often chosen as a coach as people recognise she will challenge and therefore make a difference. She is supportive while challenging with a light touch which helps people to view themselves honestly while empowering them to make the changes they want. She keeps clients focussed on their desired outcomes yet stretches their ambitions. Rachel supports clients to find the best in themselves and to get the best out of others and to instil sustainable processes to maintain and develop that. She doesn’t let people off the hook easily but it’s your choice how well you take up the opportunity/challenge presented by working with her.