Matt is an experienced Leadership and Executive Coach, registered with EMCC. He coaches leaders and executives working within a range of public, commercial and not-for-profit organisations. Having had senior leadership roles in UK schools and international development, Matt understands the challenges and issues faced by those working at senior levels.
Matt began his career in UK education before becoming the headteacher of a successful school listed in the Times Top 200 State Primary Schools in 2014.
Matt then moved into international development working as a senior leader for an education charity. Working between London and Gujarat, Matt was responsible for the creation of the professional development and coaching programmes for all middle and senior leaders as well as being the leadership and pedagogical technical lead.
Matt has successfully worked with leaders and their teams to develop and enhance their understanding and application of leadership theories. Matt also has extensive experience of project design and implementation through working with culturally and geographically diverse teams.
Steph is a highly experienced Chartered Business Psychologist and Executive Coach, registered with BPS. Over the last 20 years, Steph has provided organisational development and business psychology consultancy to enable leaders, teams and organisations to grow and develop effectively. Additionally, Steph has coached a wide range of individuals: from executives in corporate life to Head Teachers in challenging London schools. She is known for her ability to support leaders non-judgmentally with skill, humour, kindness and pragmatism, so they can grow and add real value to their business.
At the age of 30, Steph was running major events for a media group, later retraining as a Chartered Business Psychologist, running her own business and leading a team of associate psychologists.
Steph has worked with people from a wide variety organisations in the private and public sector The Civil Service, NHS and the Education Sector as well as for Glaxo Smith Kline, BT, BP, Merrill Lynch and Allsop to name a few.
Sarah is a coach, mentor and facilitator with a focus on radical kindness, curiosity and a passion for supporting people to make positive change in professional and personal contexts. Sarah is registered with EMCC. She has over 20 years’ experience of working in teams and partnerships, spanning arts, education, housing and charity sectors. She has senior leadership and board experience, understanding well the challenges and opportunities these roles can bring.
Sarah began her career in further education before moving into community arts with a large housing association in the South East. For 10 years she worked in senior leadership roles at an arts and social change charity exploring the role of arts and kindness in developing a fairer, more equitable society. She developed a values-led methodology and strategy, coached and mentored a wide range of individuals, and built partnerships with a diverse range of organisations such as schools, universities, funders, local authorities and high profile cultural institutions (e.g. Tate Modern, Southbank Centre and National Theatre).
She is Chair of Trustees for Moving Memory Dance Theatre, an organisation promoting health and wellbeing, through dance, for older women. She became Chair and trustee of her children’s school PTA in Oct 2019 and has already tripled the number of committee members and volunteers.