Since 1989 Deborah has been working as a Performance Coach in Personal Development from Graduate to Board Level in the Corporate, and Public Sector. She has a proven track record in speaking, facilitating, training and coaching and works regularly at a senior level.
She has worked with MLA since 2003 and with major training and development companies before that.
She holds a Diploma in Coaching, is a member of the ICF and has been coaching for over 20 years within the corporate environment. She is also a qualified facilitator of EBW (Emotions & Behaviours at Work) psychometric assessments, based on Emotional Intelligence.
She regularly leads courses on Leadership, and all forms of communication from Public Speaking, Presentation and Impact, to day to day speaking in meetings, relationship dynamics and teleconference calls.
She is experienced at and has a passion for working with women in Leadership either in groups or one to one, building confidence and gravitas in all they do. She regularly works with Senior Leaders on major engagements at Conferences. She also runs courses on Coaching techniques as part of Leadership Programmes.
Deborah has plenty of experience as well as a large portfolio of techniques to draw on and is able to challenge as well as support leaders in finding strategies to move forward in their leadership and communication capability. She brings insight, sensitivity and intuition to her work as well as having a great sense of humour.
Her background was as an actor and TV presenter for both BBC and ITV and she brings many of these skills into her work around building confidence and gravitas, as well voice and communication skills.
She has worked in India, Singapore and Malaysia as well as Europe and the US. Her childhood was spent in Malaysia and Greece so she has an understanding of different cultures, as well as working with a diverse range of people.
Clients include: Cap Gemini, KPMG, Bearing Point, Ocado, Verifone, Cancer Research UK, Astellas, Deutsche Telecom, Ernst and Young to name but a few.