Chris is an experienced workplace strategies coach, specialising in coaching adults with a wide range of neurodiverse conditions and other differences. He is a practiced trainer, and a Microsoft Certified Desktop Support Technician. Chris is passionate about professional development and supporting others to make their working lives easier.
Emma comes to us from the design world and has a creative approach to working with clients, tapping into new ways of working that are specific and flexible to the needs of the individual. She champions the resilience and self-reliance that understanding one’s own neurodiversity can bring an individual, and has seen many clients find a new sense of purpose by being able to embrace fully who they are, rather than being defined by a label.
Gilda has an intensive coaching background and has worked with Genius Within for many years. In her private practice, she supports clients with Dyslexia, Dyscalculia and attention challenges to overcome their issues and unfold their talents. She brings together a wide range of coaching and mentoring skills, with mindfulness practice and experience.
Helen is a skilled and compassionate coach, coach supervisor and occupational therapist whose work is grounded in academic rigour and experience from working with a diverse range of clients. She has a deep curiosity and intuition about people and believes that a client’s narrative is the best way of getting to know them; where they are in the context of their lives and where they might be thinking about going.
Malcolm is a successful management professional and a qualified business coach. He enjoys the challenge and satisfaction of personal development through structured coaching and mentoring programmes. This focused approach allows his clients to develop their skills in specific areas. As a preference, he uses experiential learning techniques to maximum effect and believes that all development programmes must be quantified through evaluation of the return on investment.
Martina finds coaching incredibly rewarding. Seeing her clients unlock their potential and find new ways of doing things to reduce stress and improve productivity is her goal. With the use of targeted exercises and coaching techniques she guides and facilitates change. Her knowledge and experience as well as her sense of humour make her easy to work with. As a freelance associate coach for neurodiverse adults in the workplace, as well as working with young offenders in prison, the role Martina plays in the transformation and well-being of her clients is her passion.