A qualified lawyer, NLP practitioner and certified coach with The Coaching Academy, Melanie combines corporate, coaching and counselling expertise to help purpose-driven individuals and businesses move from where they are now to where they want to be.
Melanie has a particular interest in the high-stress culture of our increasingly ‘always on’ lives and the growing need for successful wellbeing strategies. Having worked in a variety of cultures and organisations and with a range of clients across the world, she’s skilled at stepping into different people’s maps of the world, helping to uncover what makes you tick and how to activate lasting change. She’s successfully worked with clients from Osborne Clarke, Nato, Shell, Ford, Microsoft, Withers Worldwide, Amazon, Bupa, Trainline, Sky, Olswang, Imperial College London, BPP Law School, The London School of Economics and Political Science, The University of Bristol, The University College London and The University of Sydney.
Her approach is integrative, which means that she tailors her training and experience to your personal and professional development needs, whether coaching, NLP or mental health related. Melanie believes that once you understand what drives you and what’s keeping you stuck, you can create an action plan which really works and change your life from the inside out.
As a trained Mental Health First Aider and Trainer (Mental Health First Aid England) with a certificate in Telephone Counselling from Bristol Mindline, Melanie's interest in wellbeing extends to delivering workshops such as Mindfulness and Resilience Masterclasses and Mental Health First Aid for clients such as Hearst UK, Osborne Clarke, Bristol University, The Princes Trust, The Natural History Museum, BPP Law School, The Bar Standards Board, Chadwick Nott, Bluefin Group, The Bar Standards Board and HM Prison Service.
Melanie’s coaching podcast, The School of Success and her articles feature a range of topics from relationships and careers to confidence, communication and wellbeing in the workplace.