BA (Hons) in Psychology
With a background in Psychology (B.A Hons), Rukshana has a passion for supporting individuals, teams and organisations to understand and build awareness around their own or colleagues neurodiversity.
Rukshana is fortunate enough to work with neurodivergent individuals to support them, help managers and individuals to understand each other better through co-coaching as well as raise awareness across organisations and diverse industries spanning both the private and public sectors. Rukshana is extremely fortunate to work on some projects for CJS, our Criminal Justice System, supporting ex-custodial clients who are neurodivergent.
Rukshana has 25 years experience as a leadership coach. She accredits leaders in ILM Level 3 to 7 in coaching accreditations.
Rukshana has experience in transformational coaching, executive coaching and also behavioural coaching. She has worked as a coach across public and private sectors from the House of Parliament, Councils and Colleges to Airlines, Construction Industry, Finance sector, Accounting Sector and the NHS.
While ND might be classed as a ‘disability’, Rukshana does not see it as that. In every contact she come’s across, she stresses that neurodivergengt individuals are not disabled but instead ‘differently’ abled, and that is the truth.
Rukshana explains that if you refer to the spikey profile you can see the heights that neurodivergent individuals reach in certain aspects and skills, no neurotypical person can hope to achieve as our brains are wired just differently.
In the workplace, she encourages organisations and managers to yes of course support our neurodivergent colleagues in all the executive functions needed.
BA Hons in Psychology