Richard, LeaderSpace’s Managing Director, has a special interest in the systemic issues facing teams and organisations, and is passionate about helping leaders, their teams and their organisations fulfil their potential. His love of learning and wide experience ensures he always brings fresh insight to every project. To relax he runs up and down muddy hills.
Jane is a Director of LeaderSpace and heads up our executive coaching practice. She blends a high level of empathy and support with the ability to get to the heart of any issue. She’s passionate about achieving lasting change for individuals and organisations, and is famous for being completely unflappable.
Bernard, a Chartered Business Psychologist and accredited executive coach, also works as a supervisor to other coaches. He has a dry, self-deprecating sense of humour and a unique way of challenging that provokes insight, not defensiveness. He has special interests in resilience and red wine.
Sarah is an experienced organisational development consultant. She is famed for being quick to grasp exactly what clients need, is bags of fun and has boundless enthusiasm. She thrives in any lively or challenging environment.
Shefali is highly knowledgeable in psychology and emotional intelligence, and sees right to the core of issues. She is a Chartered Psychologist with a special interest in neuroscience. Shefali has an insatiable appetite for learning and is a warm, giving person. She has helped rear lions and tigers – and has the scars to prove it.
Dean is a Chartered Business Psychologist with a special interest in emotional intelligence and positive psychology. Infectiously enthusiastic, amusing and somewhat irreverent, he also has three sons and a stepdaughter, which is a leadership challenge in its own right.
Natasha combines rigorous ethical standards with a highly perceptive interpersonal style. Her passion lies in uncovering authenticity in individuals, teams and organisations to enable true change and continuous growth. Her love of the countryside and her personal discipline in practicing ballet keeps her on her toes outside of work.
Hanane helps people and organisations to be their best selves in times of uncertainty and change. When she’s not working with clients she’s travelling the world immersing herself in indigenous cultures, experimenting with non-ordinary states of consciousness or in warm waters scuba diving.