Cathy combines her knowledge of organisations and organisational dynamics with experience from the more therapeutic setting of counselling and psychotherapy and emerging discoveries from the neuroscientific community. For example, applying her experience of transactional analysis to her coaching work, helping leaders improve the quality of their relating: how they relate both internally (with themselves) and externally (with those around them). Her style is said to be both challenging and pragmatic. She has an ability to quickly cut through issues, getting to the heart of the matter. Clients consistently value the insights she brings and her pragmatic approach.
Cathy has worked with a range of senior executive clients on a variety of leadership challenges, many of which focus on leading change plus building relationships and influencing key stakeholders both internally and externally. This work often requires working from the ‘inside-out’ (looking at underlying beliefs and patterns) as much as looking at external factors and systems.