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Katie Denyer

Lecturer in Coaching and Behavioural Change

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  • Coaching, 
  • Leadership Development, 
  • Neurodivergence; Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Dyslexia, 
  • Mental Health and Wellbeing


Room GB3, Greenlands campus

Katie Denyer is a Lecturer in Coaching and Behavioural Change at Henley Business School.

With a background as an executive coach, certified by the International Coaching Federation, Katie is a supervisor and facilitator specialising in strengths-based, psychologically informed coaching approaches. Her expertise also covers leveraging the strengths of neurodivergent thinkers to maximise individual and organisational potential with a particular interest in creating inclusive workplace cultures.

Previously a learning and development professional, with a first class BSc in Psychology, Katie has been running her own coaching practice for the past seven years. She works internationally with senior leaders and their top talent on areas such as leadership presence, career development and relational dynamics at organisations from fast-growing start-ups to public service to FTSE 100 companies.

Having been trained in Transactional Analysis, Time to Think and Somatic Coaching, Katie provides leaders with the space to discuss and build a reflective practice around personal challenges and opportunities. This facilitates the enhancement of self-awareness and relational capabilities to create behavioural change and elevate team performance, as well as foster positive employee mental health and wellbeing.