Tom Dillon


I have a wealth of experience coaching at executive and managerial levels, assisting individuals on their developmental journey. My coaching is always structured uniquely around my client’s needs as an individual and their role within their organisation. This builds a collaborative, productive relationship of both support and challenge. I have a degree in psychology and a masters in coaching and, more than this, I have the experience of coaching hundreds of individuals at work who when I started working with them had felt unstuck, frustrated, lacking in confidence, stressed and alone. I worked with all of them to find a way to flourish and be more fulfilled in their roles. Sometimes, it's just about finding that slight change in perspective, or that minor shift in mindset, to unlock what needs awakening and set someone on the path to flourishing and working more authentically.

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Country : United Kingdom
Your Region1: Midlands
Your Region2: London
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Membership of professional bodies

  • Association for Coaching

Coaching approach

My approach to coaching is emergent. There is something magical about the coaching space that allows wonderful, transformational things to happen, and I very much honour that space. I intend to be your thinking partner in that space and sit alongside you. I don't prejudge situations and I don't have a specific process that I follow. I work with you as an individual in the way that's going to serve you best. I may use psychometrics; I may use feedback from other people; I may challenge you but you will always be at the heart of our coaching conversations. When I say you, I mean you as a whole person. You aren't just an employee, you bring your many selves in to the workplace and work holistically to uncover what needs to be uncovered in order that you can flourish. Whatever your situation and your challenges I will share your thinking and make sure that you find the right d