Rachel Rann has worked as a coach for over 12 years. Accredited by the UK coaching organisation Relational Dynamics to the equivalent of ILM level 7 (Executive Level), Rachel is highly experienced in developing individuals across all levels in an organisation up to C-Suite, as well as across many sectors and industries.
Rachel has worked with individuals on a wide range of challenges including, responding to increasing work pressures either due to promotion or organisational restructure, supporting Senior Leaders with managing change and thinking through organisational transformations, supporting individual to improve the quality of key professional relationships and maximise their interpersonal skills, building self-awareness, skill capability and tackling issues of motivation, connecting individuals to their sense of purpose and unique talent.
Rachel’s approach to coaching centres on the client’s own goals and desired outcomes. With these at the heart, Rachel supports individuals to explore their experience, helping them make sense of their own working patterns and relationships. Rachel sees coaching as a partnership and supports the client to take responsibility for his or her own development in a safe, positive setting.
Coaching can be a flexible offering. It may support the effective achievement of short term, actionable goals or be in a place over a longer period of time to support an individual as they live and work through an organisational change. In Rachel’s experience, taking the time initially to gain clarity around the purpose and expectations of coaching is very helpful in achieving a successful outcome. Ultimately, Rachel seeks to support high performance and professional wellbeing in a way that is unique for the individual. Rachel is a qualified ski instructor and uses insights from coaching in sports to bring further richness to her approach.
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