My coaching profession from psychology to business



During my coaching profession, clients I treated from the National Health Service across London, informed me of workplace stress due to poor leadership, toxic workplaces and poor communication regarding change.

Organisationsal leaders lacked the insight and appreciation of their human resources. Many reported various levels of panic due to high uncertainty in the workplace, high demands, inability to learn new systems and poor restructuring of management.

Whilst others reported bullying and various discriminatory practices. Therefore, my directed focus is on the team dynamic and the organisational structures that govern output, including the use of management systems to measure performance and organisational culture to maintain leadership, vision and focus on business objectives.

I have developed measurements for emotional intelligence competencies and when I tested over 77 UK execs, managers and health-care practitioners I found a direct directly correlation to their ability to think innovatively.




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