I have spent the last 10 years working with leaders who want to make a bigger impact. My coaching approach is grounded in the rigour of performance psychology with a laser focus on tangible outcomes. I operate at the intersection of coaching and leadership development; my clients learn evidence-based approaches and cutting-edge techniques, which they can apply immediately.
In a previous life, I worked at an investment bank – Morgan Stanley – for 15 years. My last role was as deputy head of the firm’s Equity Research division in Europe, with over 70 direct reports. My responsibilities spanned people management, divisional strategy, and product monetisation. This role gave me the insight that every individual has a unique code that needs to be cracked to unlock their full potential.
Over my six years in Hong Kong, I advised some of the world’s top hedge fund founders on their company launches, capital raising, and scaling their businesses. I left with great admiration for the ‘[wo]man in the arena’.
The leaders I coach value the commercial instinct, fluency across company financials, and knowledge of industry trends that I bring to the table. As a life-long learner, I am an avid student of the fields of behavioural science, neuroscience, leadership theory, psychotherapy, and performance psychology. This work augments a post-grad in Executive Coaching from the University of Chester, an ICF ACC accreditation, and a Hogan psychometric certification. I graduated from Trinity College Dublin with a degree in Economics and Sociology.