Karen Foy is a Lecturer in Coaching and Behavioural Change at Henley Business School.
She has fifteen years' experience as a coach and holds an MSc in Coaching Psychology from the University of East London and a degree in Psychology from the University of Sheffield. Karen is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) with ICF and is a certified coach mentor. As a past UK ICF Board Director she has led the professional development for UK Coaches and supported the local coaching groups around the country. She has worked with aspiring coaches from global organisations to support their development and learning towards becoming accredited coaches, providing training, mentoring and supervision.
As an Executive Coach Karen provides coaching to support executive board teams and individuals of complex organisations to navigate their way through a constantly changing environment. Her facilitative style steers her clients towards a more systemic view of the business to create and deliver a more strategic vision. Karen has significant experience in the NHS, providing board level and leadership coaching to managers and clinicians. She has designed and delivered bespoke change programmes to improve performance and uses a range of diagnostic tools to help individuals, teams and organisations to develop. She weaves creativity into her knowledge of psychology and change management to deliver innovative solutions for individual and organisational issues.
MSc CBC Stage 1: Professional Certificate in Executive Coaching
Visit the PCEC course page for full detailsExemption from this module is available for participants who have previously completed the Henley Professional Certificate in Executive Coaching no more than five...
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