Nick is an award winning entrepreneur, facilitator, trainer and coach; with over ten years’ experience of leading and supporting organisations in the areas of behaviour change, organisational development and strategy.
Doug is a General Practitioner with a background in Coaching, Education and Management. He is a Lead Trainer for Coaching for Health, training doctors, allied health and social care professionals in having more effective conversations to support sustainable behaviour change.
Judith is the Chief Executive of Tzedek. Her medical background is in general practice. Her coaching experience includes being the head of the HEE London/London Deanery coaching scheme and being a coach and coach supervisor for the HEE London/London Deanery coaching scheme.
Arti works as a GP, Appraiser and Coach and is a Clinical Teaching Fellow in Primary Care at Imperial College London. She works with the NHS London Leadership Academy and with Health Education North West London as a coach for clinicians.
Edwina is a doctor and has been practicing for over 10 years. She works as a GP Partner in a busy London practice. For the last two years, she has trained healthcare professionals in skills of coaching and care planning for patients with long-term conditions, through both the Coaching for Health course and the Year of Care model.
Niro is a portfolio general practitioner with a background in medical education and educational research. She has been involved in coaching both clinicians and NHS managers via the London Leadership Academy and the Professional Support Unit over the last ten years.
Bronya works as a GP in central North London. She qualified as a doctor 12 years ago and became a GP 5 years ago. She qualified with distinction on the Relational Dynamic Leadership & Coaching course and has since been using these skills in every consultation.
Lis is an active coach, supervisor and trainer of coaches. She holds the ILM Level 7 Diploma in Executive Coaching and Leadership Mentoring. Lis was named NHS Mentor of the Year 2010 by the NHS Leadership Academy. In 2011 she was awarded OBE for services to Medicine.
“I can’t fault the presentation and the teaching of this course by Doug and Nick. It was engaging, informative and thought provoking.” – Safeguarding Co-ordinator
“The course has completely changed my practice and I found it invaluable to my work!” – Speech and LanguageTherapist
“Fantastic and really useful. Empowering to both clinicians and patients.” – GP
“Very well structured & professionally delivered. Directly relevant with skills that can immediately put to use.” – Lifestyle Hub Advisor
Case studies from course participants
“A woman who came in with general problem. We quickly homed in on what was important to her and empowered her to approach social services for support. All done in 10 mins and she left looking happy and listened to. Could have taken me 30 mins, blood tests, repeated consultations to follow up etc. and felt unsatisfying to me.”
“Coaching a patient who wanted to lose weight. Didn’t know where to start: disliked the gym and exhausted from traditional advice given. They agreed to make smaller changes which made the problem seem more manageable. For me, this took the pressure off trying to find a solution as the patient was able to find one herself. The initial change helped her feel more motivated to change other aspects of her diet and lifestyle.”
“Client with depression, suicidal ideation, lack of motivation, tends to isolation, has multiple physical barriers. Impact highly positive starting with building rapport and trust, allowing client to lead sessions. Reflecting back made client feel listened to and understood. The whole coaching experience helped client see hope, move forward from being stuck, improve socialising, improve sleep, improve diet, improve self-care. Highly rewarding for myself from the start through to the end.” – Health Champion
“A young gentleman that had not left his home for two years has been able to leave his home on a daily basis after the use of coaching techniques. Giving him the opportunity to think and take responsibility about ‘how to make changes’ impacted him immensely. He continues to make good progress.”– Occupational Therapist