I'm a Coach and Trainer that specialises in career guidance, career planning, executive coaching, self-employment preparation and interview preparation. Over the past number of years, I've have the privilege of working with thousands of professionals at all stages of their career and at all levels within organisations - from interns all the way up to CEOs. Through this experience, I’ve been able to develop and hone a wide variety of skills, techniques and strategies to facilitate and empower clients to create practical plans and get results.
I’ve been published in The Journal.ie and Business ETC and featured on Ireland Am, RTE’s The Business, Newstalks' Down to Business and The Irish Times. My degree is in International Business and Languages and I’m a qualified trainer - I’ve delivered workshops in London, Madrid, Berlin and Dublin, as well as a couple online.
After graduating from Dublin City University with a degree in International Business and Japanese, I spent several years living abroad in Australia, Japan and Spain. While in Ireland, I worked in the high performance environment of the National Athlete Development Academy for two years, alongside some of the top athlete performance coaches and physiotherapists in the country.
I have completed two coaching courses with one of the leading family therapists in the world, Cloé Madanes and the world famous coach, Tony Robbins. I have also studied Business, Psychotherapy, Family Therapy, Neuro-Linguistic Programming and Emotional Intelligence, but really, the learning is ongoing. I started working for myself in 2013 and as a coach in 2014. I really enjoy meeting my clients, hearing how they're getting on and doing my best to help them get a result.
Check out my blog for useful resources and strategies. Thanks for reading.
Articles and Media
Positive employment prospects for 2017 graduates (The Irish Times)
Buoyant jobs market for graduates (The Irish Times)
The most common questions and answers for postgrads (The Irish Times)
Where to? Choosing a business course (The Irish Times)
The majority of Irish workers lack motivation – but why? (TheJournal.ie)
Are you SURE you’d like to be a millionaire? (TheJournal.ie)
Stressed out at work? Here are 8 ways to manage it better (TheJournal.ie)