As a former business leader myself, I understand the challenges of leading with resilience. With over 25 years as a finance executive, leading teams and working in a wide range of organisations, I learned that leadership can be a lonely place, that having a clear idea of the kind of leader I wanted to be wasn’t so easy to articulate and that being extremely busy can lead to lack of focus and overwhelm.
The idea of resilience is far more wide ranging that most people realise. Managing focus, dealing with potential conflict, nurturing your executive presence, developing greater emotional intelligence all lead to greater ability to manage yourself and others. Tuning in to what’s happening with you, how you show up in the world and how you connect with others are all measures of resilience which allow you to lead at a higher level, while still remaining grounded and calm. Resilient leaders have the ability to “bounce” skilfully and deliberately rather than muddle through.
Throughout my studies of leadership, executive coaching and organisational behaviour, and my accreditations in Emotional Intelligence and Resilience, I have gathered together tools to help business people perform at their best, most especially during difficult times. I help them to hone their resilience “muscles”, to cope with difficulty, to manage adversity and to remain optimistic and resourceful. With a mix of Positive Psychology, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Strengths Theory, Resilience Theory, Emotional Intelligence and much more, I teach and coach leaders to perform at their optimum. And, of course, great leaders lead great teams!
Irish Enterprise Awards 2020
Best Leadership Coach
Nominee European Mentoring and Coaching Council 2017
Finalist Network Cork Businesswoman
of the Year Awards 2018