"I first worked with Geraldine shortly after she established The Executive Coaching Company 15 years ago and I have regularly worked with her and various members of her team ever since. Geraldine is an excellent coach and is one of the very best that I know. She understands business and brings that knowledge to the coaching relationship, ensuring that her clients do not lose sight of the need to develop their skills in a way which will improve their contribution to their respective companies. She has a pleasing, direct style and she has never failed to quickly build a strong relationship with every executive that I have sent to her from Sodexo."
Andrew Patrick, HR Director, Sodexo Europe
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Book review - Thrive
Arianna Huffington’s new book Thrive introduces us to the third metric of success and our reviewer Lisa Middlemas found herself hooked… even at 6am!
Bumps and the Boardroom
Pre and post natal holistic therapist Lisa Barnwell shares the positive effects that pregnancy can have on the brain.
Collaboration – the winning formula for a step change in success
ECC has been supporting MicroLoan Foundation for the last two years, with Geraldine Gallacher recently undertaking a gruelling 4-day hike up Malawi’s highest mountain, helping to raise over 5,000 for their work.
Geraldine on Radio 2
Geraldine discusses the news of high tech companies freezing employees eggs. Skip to 1:37:30 to listen.
Should employers pay for women to freeze their eggs?
A recent story by NBC news revealed that Facebook helps their female employees in the US to pay for the cost of freezing their eggs, while Apple is planning to introduce the policy in January.
Unconscious Discrimination Holding Back Women
When David Cameron reshuffled his cabinet in July, the wave of new female ministers arriving at Number 10 became dubbed “the Downing Street Catwalk”. How different are the sexes really?