Career and leadership coaching | Career and leadership coaching – Cayhill Partners

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Career and leadership coaching

We offer a confidential career coaching services through some of our selected partners. Executive coaching – working with business leaders to focus on their challenges and enhance performance and results for their organisations – is now a mainstream tool for business and we are increasingly asked to provide coaching for our clients and their senior communications teams.

Effective coaching is a valuable way of developing individual’s skills and abilities, and of boosting performance. It can also help deal with issues and challenges before they become major problems.

One of our key coaching partners is long time colleague and associate, Pippa Isbell, an experienced and qualified coach who brings a strong business background to bear on her coaching. She has a wealth of hands-on experience, which she now shares through coaching, training and strategic consultancy. Her coaching style draws on her experience both as an entrepreneur and as a senior manager in the corporate world and she has particular expertise in building leadership presence and influence. In 2012, she was named Mentor of the Year in the Women 1st Shine awards.

We partner with a number of other executive coaches, depending on specific clients requirements.

We also work with our candidates to offer confidential career advice and counsel which can be particularly valuable when individuals are changing roles or are exploring different career opportunities.

Dee is exceptionally well networked within and knowledgeable about the senior corporate affairs world. Professional and discreet, she isn’t afraid to challenge when the situation requires and she presented us with an impressive and thought-provoking choice of candidates. She is robust and adaptable and remained positive throughout the project, even when circumstances changed mid brief. 

Tony Quinlan, former CFO, Drax plc