Executive and Leadership Coaching

© Naomi Lloyd

One idea…at the right time…could change everything

Are you in a leadership position driving change and feeling overwhelmed? I understand how you feel.

I have over 20 years + experience in the C-suite managing a £15-million budget in the public sector. I transitioned in 2016 to focus solely on supporting people like you. Coaching is my passion.

I have driven radical change and I can help you do the same through coaching or training.

The work that I do with my clients focuses on those areas. Are they similar to yours?

  • Leading change and transformation
  • Communication strategy
  • Building high performing teams
  • Perception of challenges and barriers
  • Conflict resolution
  • Ambition and promotion

The transformation that I can guarantee you is impact on your behaviour and on your leadership. You might want to read the testimonials that my clients have written. I post everyday on social media. Linkedin and Twitter are my favourites. My latest guest blog was published by Rachel Miller.  I regularly speak at conferences. How do you most want to feel when you drive change? What’s it going to take? You can book a 20-minute ‘chemistry call’. I live with my husband in Surrey and in France. We are in between cultures and have four beautiful children.

The moment I said yes to working with my dream organisations…

It’s a beautiful feeling!

You can read my blogs on the challenges that you may face. They all contain useful tips and advice to help you. You will also find my vlogs on my Youtube channel.

My Most Recent Blog

6 easy ways to prepare you well for a difficult conversation

Breaking down the cost of the impact of a difficult conversation before the conversation actually happens Fact Box The employee turnover comes to an average of 15.8% a year. As a leader, you spend between 0.9 to 3.3 hours on conflict at work. It takes 48 days between the advertising of a job and getting…

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