Helen is the founder of two learning organisations: Bec Development and The Coach House.
She is one of the leading executive coaches in the UK, known for her challenging and practical style which means she is in-demand to work with leaders all around the world.
Helen created The Coach House so that everyone could learn to coach and do it in a professional and relaxed style with all the rigour of accreditation and all the experience from master practitioners.
Lynne, an Accredited Master Executive Coach, has coached leaders and senior teams to high performance for over 20 years.
She is an accredited coaching supervisor, trains coaches and managers in coaching skills and is a leading developer of Clean Coaching approaches including the Five-Minute Coach.
A specialist in communications and influence, Lynne is Managing Partner at Change Perspectives. She has held board roles, including UK Vice Chair, for the Association of Coaching (AC), and is an Honorary Life Member of the AC.
Jo is a well-qualified and highly experienced coach and trainer. Having spent a lifetime in learning and development, Jo is accredited as a Master Executive Coach and a trained coach supervisor.
Everyone who works with Jo describes her as high energy and great fun! She works with a huge range of clients including household names from the world of high-performance sport and also has a particular specialism in owner-entrepreneurs and family businesses.
A respected executive coach, internationally-recognised academic and sought-after consultant, Christian is an international authority in the fields of coaching and positive psychology and is a regular keynote speaker at conferences worldwide.
He is the author of several books including An Introduction to Coaching Skills: A Practical Guide and Advanced Coaching Practice: Inspiring Change in Others, and undertakes research into the application of coaching psychology in professional contexts.
A highly experienced executive coach and coach supervisor with extensive experience across a broad range of business sectors, Nick provides individual supervision for trainees in the Coach House programme and facilitates group supervision for Coach House graduates.
He sees coaching supervision as an opportunity for coaches to receive emotional support, to evaluate the service they provide to their clients and to develop new skills. It’s also fun!