Commercial, pragmatic and highly focused executive coaching

"I have worked with Debbie and the team at ECC both in this and my last organisation. They have provided executive coaching at both Director and Head of Departments levels and individuals value their support in helping them shape their vision and identify their personal strengths to enhance their own performance and effectiveness to drive personal and company performance. In addition, Debbie has worked with me to deliver an excellent Leadership Programme for our executive and management population where we have experienced a measurable change in leadership capability, helping our managers to develop strong and supportive personal leadership styles, and equipping them with the influencing and coaching skills to help their own teams to develop and deliver more. The ECC team has worked with us to deliver an excellent Leadership Programme for our executive and management population where we have experienced a measurable change in leadership capability, helping our managers to develop strong and supportive personal leadership styles and equipping them with the influencing and coaching skills to help their own teams to develop and deliver more. Managers who have attended the Leadership Programme have said the following: "The course opened my eyes to areas I was not aware of. I thought it was first class!", "Debbie’s great – she has a great command of the material, and kept things moving along", "Debbie was helpful and patient and made the programme really enjoyable. She gave useful advice and picked us up on our weaker areas. There was a lot of learning involved but Debbie achieved a good balance between a learning environment and a casual atmosphere."

Andrea Anderson, Head of Human Resources and Training, ASOS online.com

Press coverage

Here are a list of recent articles in sector specific publications as well as the national press.

Wouldn’t want that job anyway

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?

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

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

ICAEW - Mindfulness Moves Mainstream

ICAEW - Mindfulness Moves Mainstream
Mindfulness moves mainstream - ICAEW article in which Geraldine Gallacher looks at how a repackaged Buddhist technique can boost creativity and productivity.

Boardroom Mums

Boardroom Mums
Interview with Geraldine Gallacher about her career to date and how she has built a business alongside her family life. She also tells us about her charity work with the MicroLoan Foundation and her plans for the future.

FTSE boardroom progress for women

FTSE boardroom progress for women
Information Daily article by Geraldine Gallacher on whether we've done enough to encourage more females into the coveted executive roles.

Huffpost - Ladies... Mind the Gap

Huffpost - Ladies... Mind the Gap
Based on her experience of coaching women at different stages here's Geraldine Gallacher's take on the generation gap that exists between BabyBoomer business leaders, Gen X mothers and Gen Y new starters.

Mindfulness moves mainstream

Mindfulness moves mainstream
As politicians and big business embrace the latest calming methods, Geraldine Gallacher looks at how a repackaged Buddhist technique can boost creativity and productivity.

Capital Careers: Re-energised

Capital Careers: Re-energised
In her fifth and final article looking at the stages of a woman’s career, Geraldine Gallacher looks at the great opportunities that lie ahead.

Capital Careers: Tuning

Capital Careers: Tuning
In the fourth of a five-part series looking at a woman’s career journey, Geraldine Gallacher considers tuning.

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