B.Sc. (Hons) in Science and Management
With a background in management in fast paced international businesses, Robin is a Performance and Leadership Coach with global accreditation from the European Mentoring and Coaching Council.
He has a warm, versatile, yet focussed coaching style, where he adapts his approach to suit you and your circumstances.
Robin has a passion for getting the best out of people, helping them succeed and will naturally facilitate your thoughts.
No matter your situation, job or career, you will feel appreciated and supported as you create an environment to move forward, achieve your goals and embrace your future.
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.
ILM Certificate in Coaching for Neurodiversity
Ruth is an experienced work place strategy coach and music teacher with a compassionate, empathic, and enabling approach.
She works creatively with a range of skills/resources across a broad spectrum of clients/students.
Ruth offers a safe, open, and honest space where clients can relax and express themselves in their own way to realise, release and embrace the gifts within.
Being acknowledged, seen, and heard with a desire to understand is always at the heart of Ruth’s sessions.
Clients often report increased awareness, light bulb moments, and deeper understanding at identity level.
MSc in Psychology
Sarah thrives on helping others to overcome problems so they can succeed, particularly neurodivergent individuals and those with chronic health issues, as she has personal experience in both these areas. She decided to train as a coach after having coaching herself, which helped her to achieve things she’d thought were impossible. Her coaching style is firmly embedded in an evidence-based approach (she gives a serious side-eye to “positive vibes only” messages) as well as a lot of humour.
Sarah has a rich and varied career history, including work across the Tech, Healthcare, and Education sectors. Having had a “later in life” diagnosis of ADHD herself, she is
particularly keen to support recently diagnosed adults and those exploring the possibility of being neurodivergent.
Sarah is passionate about developing people to be the best they can be. She is a highly experienced and enthusiastic mentor, coach, facilitator and workplace needs assessor. With extensive experience of working with neurominorities, and in the fields of mental health and social isolation. Sarah has a particular interest in supporting and enabling those most vulnerable to make the most of their abilities by understanding their unique qualities and strengths. She is highly adaptable and experienced in working in a variety of environments and applying various styles to best meet the needs of my clients. There is no ‘one size fits all’ approach for Sarah.
Simon, who is dyspraxic himself, coaches in order to help people get on in life. He enjoys helping people view their situations from different perspectives, breaking things down and finding strategies that will work for them. Coaching is often situational and Simon makes good use of reflective techniques that can be deployed in the future.
Having started out in career coaching, which Simon still loves, he is always keen to help people navigate the barriers that stop them progressing in the way they would like. Taking a person-centred approach he also enjoys helping people rediscover joy in what they do and moving away from problems or barriers that have confront them.
Sophie has been working at a coaching for genius within since 2014, working with the client to explore their neuro-diverse traits and support the client in understanding their strengths in the work place.
Sophie takes a whole person approach and blends from her experience in Coaching as well as Counselling to ensure the client is supported and the approach fits for the individual. In a post-pandemic workplace she will assist in helping the client to improve their self-awareness, personal confidence to reach their full potential.
Stephanie is an ICF-accredited coach with dyspraxia, specialising in supporting introverts, creatives and quietly ambitious individuals to achieve their goals, increase confidence and gain clarity when unsure of the next steps.
Her coaching style is holistic, going deep into mindset, exploring her clients environment and looking at what they are telling themselves, but also practical coaching to get from here to where they want to be in the most effective way. As well as goal setting and planning, she will also put in place the accountability methods that motivate her clients.
Stephanie is an experienced project manager, team leader and business owner and work with clients to overcome challenges such as time management, prioritisation and organisation, burnout, team dynamics, increasing confidence, decision-making, being a quiet leader and mapping career goals.