One-to-one personal coaching for individual contributors and managers

We have a selection of coaches to suit your personal requirements and preferences.  

We can help you to develop your self-awareness, build your strengths and capabilities, address challenges associated with interpersonal relationships, stressful situations, productivity and change.

Contact us for an introductory consultation, after which we can agree your goals, and the format, duration and frequency of further one-to-one consultations.

Our coaches are:

Elisabeth Goodman

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Elisabeth Goodman is the owner and Principal Consultant of RiverRhee Consulting.  She is directly involved in RiverRhee's programme of activities for managers and teams in the Life Sciences and in Library & Information Management as a trainer, facilitator and one-to-one coach.  Her coaching activities are mainly focused on managers and individual contributors who attend RiverRhee’s courses.  Elisabeth helps people to reflect on and apply what they have learnt, and to explore challenges relating to their productivity and to their interactions with others.

Elisabeth uses insights from her MBTI (Steps 1 and 2), Belbin Team Roles and NLP Practitioner accreditation to enhance her own and her clients’ self-awareness.  She also uses her Change Management accreditation and experience to help her clients understand and address their own and their colleague’s responses to change, and so transition from being “victims” or “survivors” to proactive “navigators” of change.

Elisabeth has a special interest in supporting clients working with neurodiversity such as Austism.  She is also able to provide coaching in French as well as in English.

John Hicks

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Ex-scientist and senior manager, John Hicks has been working with scientists and scientists in management to support them in their personal development.  John works with topics such as leading a team, building confidence and motivation, dealing with difficult relationships and career development.  Since 2012, John has worked with scientists and managers at the Wellcome Trust, Takeda, Cambridge University, Waters Ltd and Icon PLC.  John’s approach is to meet one to one, listen, challenge, and help his clients to build effective strategies for dealing with their own unique challenges.

John trained at the world renowned Coaches Training Institute and has a special interest in supporting clients living with neurodiversity such as dyslexia.

 

Upcoming Courses

  • Managing Change

  • Introduction to Management

  • Transition to Leadership


 

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