Jeff has a strong reputation over the last 30 years as a coach, supervisor and coach developer. His approach is one of building on client’s strengths and resources, adopting a solutions-focused approach that creates energy and commitment to change for those he works with.
Jeff has a strong reputation over the last years as a coach, supervisor and team coach. His approach is one of building on client’s strengths and resources, adopting a solutions-focused approach that creates energy and commitment to change for those he works with.
He is recognised as someone who can listen deeply, creatively and compassionately. He combines a rare blend of empathetic understanding with business and organisational awareness. He brings experience of a wide range of approaches and methods to his clients and that coupled with an ability to work across many roles and organisations, gives him a flexibility that clients and supervisees appreciate. He has particular interests in systems leadership, coaching in complexity, and coaching and spirituality.
He has experience of over 150+ organisations from the full range of UK and European businesses, from banks, engineering, petro-chemical, retail; in public sector NHS, health, local authorities, charities, CIC’s and faith based groups.
The types of interventions in which he is valued are:
Personal one to one coaching with senior managers
Development and supervision of coaching practitioners (including accreditation to ILM L7)
Development of managers as performance coaches, and creating "coaching cultures"
Development of coach supervisors (including accreditation to ILM L7)
Leadership team development through team coaching
Developing effective performance feedback, including 360° programmes
The Association for Professional Executive Coaching and Supervision (APECS) is the top level professional membership body for executive coaching, supervision, and advisory services to corporate organisations.