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Talent Futures coaches are diversely experienced, having lived or worked in the UK, throughout Europe, the US, and several countries in the Middle East, Asia, and Africa.

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Talent Futures Coaches and Consultants have worked in 61 countries

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Victoria Hall
London
Victoria Hall

London

Director, Executive Coach, Team Coach, and Talent Management Consultant
Victoria has more than 20 years of experience in executive coaching, team coaching, and talent management consulting.  She works across Europe, the UK and the US, and frequently in financial services, engineering, and the fourth sector.   Victoria studied change management and consultation at Columbia University in New York under Warner Burke. She was a consultant at Personnel Decisions International in global executive assessment, and later took a role with her client, American Express, as group Director of Executive Development. She has lived and worked in New York and London and coached all levels of leaders from high-potential vice presidents to C-suite executives, often working with executives for whom English is a second language. She founded Talent Futures in London in 2003.

Peggy Bennett
London
Peggy Bennett

London

Chief Life Saver
Peggy is the Chief Life Saver for Talent Futures, and is relied upon to make work easier and even more enjoyable for all of us. She has worked in office management for over 15 years as an Executive Assistant and Office Manager with extensive experience in the coordination, planning and support of daily operational and administrative functions. Her contributions at Talent Futures range from client relations, scheduling and psychometrics administration to bookkeeping, technology support and research. She is particularly talented at making pleasant pragmatic sense and creating order across a wide range of client engagements and consultants. Peggy was born in France and helps run La Petite Ecole de Redbridge, a school for French-speaking children. She enjoys swimming and has regularly entered the Swimathon to fundraise for Marie Curie Cancer Care.

Janis Kent
Bedfordshire and London
Janis Kent

Bedfordshire and London

Executive Coach, Supervisor, and Talent Management Consultant
With over 28 years of experience of working with individuals to facilitate their personal development, Janis coaches those working at board level, other directors, high potentials, and managers. Her coaching clients are facing transitions, have leadership challenges to resolve, or want to fulfil their potential. She has practised in a wide range of work settings and brings a fresh and creative perspective to her work, sharing insights from across sectors and industries. Janis also supervises both internal and external executive coaches across a range of industry sectors.

Nana-Efua Lawson
Oxford and London
Nana-Efua Lawson

Oxford and London

Executive Coach, Team Coach, and Talent Management Consultant
Nana is an accomplished occupational psychologist with over 15 years of experience as an internal and external consultant. She has lived and delivered successful global projects across Europe, Africa, Asia, USA and the Middle East. Nana has worked with a diverse range of industries including financial services, oil and gas, energy, telecommunications, media, FMCG, and pharmaceuticals. She previously worked with Standard Chartered Bank, defining and executing the learning and talent agenda across the Middle East. She is a Chartered Psychologist and a recent Board Member of the Association for Business Psychology (ABP). She is also a Founding Member of the Special Group in Coaching Psychology.

Anne Roques
London and Paris
Anne Roques

London and Paris

Executive Coach and Team Coach
Anne Roques is a highly experienced executive coach with a strong business background in global companies. She has gained a wealth of management experience through the different international roles she has held in finance, supply chain and change management before becoming an executive coach. Her previous role was Global Raw Material Purchasing Director at Bayer. Anne has an excellent understanding of the complexity of international and multicultural business issues which enables her to put her clients’ situations in the right perspective.

Stephen Park
Surrey and London
Stephen Park

Surrey and London

Finance Mentor and Executive Coach
For more than 20 years Stephen worked in senior finance positions in a wide range of sectors, including central government (Department for Transport, Interim Group Finance Director), manufacturing (Hanson Plc as Assistant to Chairman and Chief Executive) and retail (Sears plc as Group Finance Director). He has worked with many senior management teams, helping them to shape organisational change programmes in both for-profit and non-profit environments. With additional experience as a Non-Executive, Stephen builds insights from diverse environments into his coaching and mentoring, helping clients to transition and develop more of their potential.

Sarah Lane
Bristol and London
Sarah Lane

Bristol and London

Executive Coach, Team Coach, and Talent Management Consultant
Sarah brings a pragmatic approach to the psychology of change. With over 3000 hours of coaching experience and business focus, she helps individual leaders and teams go from good performance to great. Sarah brings a vast and varied business experience to her coaching practice. Having qualified and practiced as an auditor, operated in project roles within commercial functions, managed regional sales teams and latterly lead teams in HR and talent management, she connects with clients from a position of real insight and understanding.

Frances Middleton
London
Frances Middleton

London

Executive Coach, Team Coach, and Talent Management Consultant
Frances is an executive leadership coach and team facilitator with over 25 years of experience. She has an extensive knowledge of financial services as well as technology and the voluntary sector. Fran combines a practical understanding of business with a rigorous training in psychotherapy. She was a leader of a multi-location People Team at JPMorgan, has lived in London and Qatar, and brings a multicultural perspective to her work. Her clients are equally diverse in their career stages: from those newly promoted from talent pools in large corporates, to leaders of start-ups, from subject matter experts to C-suite officers.

Gerard Hargreaves
London
Gerard Hargreaves

London

Executive Coach, Team Coach, and Talent Management Consultant
Gerard brings over 25 years of experience to his role as an international business coach, trainer and facilitator. For 11 years he held senior appointments at MaST International before joining the Institute of Directors as Head of the Centre for Director Development. There he successfully developed one-to-one executive coaching programmes for directors and senior executives. He has also broadcast on BBC television and radio and consulted on the production of BBC Training Videos. He is the co-author of ‘Making Time’, a BBC Book publication, ‘Managing in the Email Office’ and the author of ‘Stress Management’. He is a Member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, Association for Coaching, Institute of Directors, International Stress Management Association and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.

Roger Hardman
London
Roger Hardman

London

Executive Coach, Team Coach, and Talent Management Consultant
Roger coaches clients in-depth, using techniques developed over 25 years of experience. He first trained as a counsellor in the early 90’s with Cambridge University and subsequently built on this with a wide range of psychological, coaching and facilitation skills. He spent over two decades in the Royal Air Force as a Chaplain, coaching and mentoring all ranks and working in many different cultures throughout Europe and the Middle East, developing their leadership qualities under the intense pressures of military life. Now, his exacting skills honed in conflict zones are used in the business world. In his free time, he is a Director at one of the largest Credit Unions in the UK.

Annabel Shilton
London and East Sussex
Annabel Shilton

London and East Sussex

Executive Coach and Team Coach
Annabel has over 17 years of experience as an Executive Coach and Management Consultant. Her previous roles in strategic marketing with global companies have equipped her with the ability to integrate business and people strategies to deliver organisational objectives, people engagement and productivity. She has worked with many senior executives and top teams in both large and small organisations on coaching and change programmes with a specific focus on developing leaders to build organisations to which people want to belong. She is also a coach supervisor working with external and internal coaches.

Stephen Spencer
Midlands
Stephen Spencer

Midlands

Client Relationship Manager, HR Mentor, and Executive Coach
Stephen has held senior executive roles at international divisional level (£2bn+) in HR for over 25 years. His focus has been on a pragmatic approach on handling people issues so that the organisation’s strategy can be met. He has worked in global manufacturing and engineering companies; GKN plc, Federal Mogul Inc., and Courtaulds plc. As a senior HR executive, this has involved building successful teams across differing cultures and business settings, including acquisitions and disposals from £50m to £1bn. He has led organisations to structure themselves effectively, usually needing significantly new ways of working. This has often meant creating strategic and operational plans to deliver leadership enrichment and team performance. Frequently working with executive coaches, he has implemented worldwide learning and development programmes for leadership and specific functional programmes. A speciality is boosting skills and raising the quality of HR teams.

Richard Giles
SW England & London
Richard Giles

SW England & London

Leadership Development Consultant
Richard specialises in the design and delivery of Management and Leadership courses for a range of industry sectors in the UK and around the world. Additionally, he has developed a Customer Service offering and has worked with a number of five-star hotels and Michelin starred restaurants.  Having spent 16 years developing his skills and knowledge at Barclays, Richard now specialises in experiential learning interventions that connect emotions to behavioural change. Richard’s assignments have taken him throughout the UK, Europe, North America, Bangladesh and Indonesia.

Charlotte De Mille
London
Charlotte De Mille

London

Art in Leadership Facilitator
Charlotte has extensive experience leading art workshops for professionals from novice to expert in museums of cultural artefacts. Regarding art as a means to unlock reflections on personal experience, perception, and empathy as well as social stereotyping and cultural assumptions, her workshops for Talent Futures provide insight into ourselves and others, and the multiple environments of working life. Charlotte also works for the education department at The Courtauld Gallery, for whom she co-authored “Animating Art History,” a joint initiative with Central Saint Martin’s and the University of the Creative Arts for 16-19 year olds from non-Higher Education backgrounds, which was long-listed for a Clore Award in Museum Learning. Receiving her doctorate from The Courtauld Institute of Art in 2009, she has taught at The Courtauld Institute of Art, and the Universities of Sussex, Bristol, and Saint Andrews. She has published widely on art and music, is a regular lecturer at the V&A, and Honorary Research Associate at The University of Bristol. Charlotte currently works as a Curator for the Supreme Court Arts Trust, a role that considers the intersections between law and art, using exhibitions as a method for building greater public awareness of the workings of the law.

Michael H. Frisch
New York
Michael H. Frisch

New York

Executive Coach, Supervisor, Team Coach, and Talent Management Consultant
For more than 25 years, Michael’s expertise has covered many human resource topics, including competency models, executive development, training, succession planning, and performance management. His primary focus is delivering executive coaching.. He has worked with coaching clients in a wide range of industries, including financial services, pharmaceuticals, media/publishing, telecom/high tech, professional services, and consumer goods. He also serves as a supervising coach and coaching instructor for both internal and external coaches through his affiliation with iCoachNewYork, a coach training and consulting firm. iCoachNewYork partners with the Zicklin Business School of Baruch College (CUNY) to deliver a certificate program in professional coaching.

Daniel F. Jones
New York
Daniel F. Jones

New York

Executive Coach and Talent Management Consultant
For more than 25 years, Dan has been providing executive coaching and organisational consultation services. He has specialised in executive assessment and development, executive consultation and coaching, and various aspects of organisational development, including partnership coaching, strategic consulting, team coaching and organisational design. His coaching clients range from fast-track managers to those at the C-suite level, and his corporate clients have included leaders in financial services, banking, insurance, consumer goods, manufacturing, retail, and publishing industries. He has extensive experience serving Fortune 100 companies and also smaller organisations, both for-profit and non-profit.

Sylvia de Vries
Hamburg
Sylvia de Vries

Hamburg

Executive Coach, Team Coach and Talent Management Consultant
For more than 20 years Sylvia de Vries has worked as an internal and external consultant, and coached executives, project managers and whole teams. Coaching clients come to Sylvia to fulfil their leadership potential, face the challenges of new roles, or to resolve conflicts. As a coach, she has worked in financial services, engineering, manufacturing, retail and information technology. In recent years, Sylvia has specialized in team and organisational development in addition to her executive consultation and coaching. Her main topics are leadership, new forms of teamwork and health management for organisations.

Sabina Hampe
Düsseldorf
Sabina Hampe

Düsseldorf

Executive Coach and Team Coach
Sabina brings more than 20 years of management experience from various executive positions in large and medium-sized companies to her work as a coach. She has experience in working with international teams and has lived abroad herself many times (France, Italy, Spain, USA). She started her professional career in a management consultancy, then worked for the CEO of Kaufhof AG and then 17 years for Henkel. While at Henkel she was in national and international marketing for eight years and a press spokesperson responsible for financial communications in all operational areas for 9 years. She was responsible for Henkel's largest acquisition in adhesives, before she focused on supervising change processes, such as the public offering of the Telefónica/E-Plus merger, Covestro.