We will work alongside your Partners, your Associates, your Inclusion & Diversity and HR teams to create a programme tailored to the needs and culture of your firm. In conjunction with with our external partners, we will use an AI and coaching tool to gather insights into what is really going on under the surface. Using this information, we will come alongside your team to create a coaching programme to address these underlying issues and ultimately leave participants in the programme feeling invested in and offering them the opportunity to formulate their own personal development.
Best of all, you get the data which we can split to look at the output from female, Black, Asian, Ethnic Minority junior or senior level colleagues and we will provide you with an analysis of the aggregated data collected through AI during the coaching sessions, which will help you identify and assess issues you may not know you had.
Kimberley has completed a Masters course and an ILM7 in Executive Coaching and has carved out a practice in Transformational Coaching across a variety of sectors - for an example of how she has helped clients, take a look at her Testimonials and Book Here.
We offer coaching with a focus on empowering and unlocking the potential at all levels of your organisation. From the partners/top executives to the associates, to PAs to back office support - we are here to help.
Kimberley has been described as an unforgettable, dynamic and engaging facilitator and speaker. She has been noted to bring infectious enthusiasm and humour to her presentations and is able to consolidate complex issues into bitesize digestible chucks and leaves the audience engaged and energised.
She was chosen as the “Super facilitator” for a GC100 event exploring how firms can attract and retain talent in the future and was picked as a facilitator for roundtable breakout discussions at the Inc 5000 virtual Vision Conference 2020, and as a facilitator for the German Agency for International Cooperation "Investing in Coffee" International virtual event.
Kimberly also recently facilitated a virtual Teams discussion with over 350 people discussing the personal impact the death of Sarah Everard has had on them.