Emma is a coaching psychologist, coach supervisor and Chartered Occupational Psychologist. She combines coaching work with research, consultancy, writing and presenting on workplace wellbeing.
Emma brings mindfulness into all her coaching, supervision and facilitation work as a basis for her own approach and, where appropriate, to help clients develop their own mindfulness. She is particularly interested in the interplay between mindfulness and values-based action as a means of achieving valued outcomes. She is committed to her personal mindfulness practice and ongoing development of her mindfulness skills.
Emma provides coaching for senior managers and top teams, supervision for coaches and in-house coaching teams, and support/facilitation for individuals and teams in the workplace. Recent projects include executive coaching for senior managers within a large IT consultancy, stress management coaching for individuals in a Government Department, and coaching supervision for the in-house coaching team in a large investment bank.
Emma’s coaching work is supported by her personal mindfulness practice and her expertise in leadership, management, workplace health and wellbeing, and employee engagement, developed through ten years of research and practice as an Occupational Psychologist and her previous career in international relations. She is co-author of “Preventing Stress in Organizations: How to Develop Positive Managers” (Wiley-Blackwell, 2011).