"I have worked with Executive Coaching and particularly Geraldine for several years now, as I have made progress in my professional career it has been important to me that I ensure that I have the best support and guidance in place. Geraldine has most certainly assisted me in making sure that I get the best out of my career, she listens, pulls important thoughts out of you and makes sure that you bring it all back together to get clarity on you should be focused on. Geraldine has an excellent skill of making people feel comfortable so that they will open up and also telling you things that you may not want to but also making sure that you focus on your main skills and how to work round any weaknesses. I have sent several people to see Geraldine over the years and can see how her input has greatly assisted and enhanced these individuals as well. It has been a real pleasure to work with Geraldine and I thank her for all her help."
Allan McEwan - Operational Transformation
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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.
Wouldn’t want that job anyway
As Generation Y turn their backs on traditional career paths, London’s accountancy firms need to understand their motivations and find out what they do want.
Are Employers Waking Up to the Talent Time Bomb?
Two central issues are at the heart of the talent time bomb that employers need to plan for. Geraldine Gallacher discusses the talent shortages and why they will be an issue for employers
Girls Get Ahead
With three generations of women now in the workplace, how do we define success? Geraldine Gallacher is quoted in this Sunday Times article