Sarah’s work focuses on training, coaching, and facilitating groups and individuals. This enables them to create a common vision for their future, find solutions and apply learning. Her passion is to facilitate others by creating a perceptive and fun environment to bring the learning alive so the delegates can make it their own – optimising the back to work transfer.
Sarah’s area of expertise is human interaction, using a wide range of techniques. She is a strong advocate of experiential learning in order to bring alive a broad range of management and personal development theories. Sarah’s approach is sensitive, pragmatic and passionate, facilitating a drive to action motivated by challenging the norms. She has over 15 years experience in people development, preceded by a number of management positions in the private sector. Working with the long-term unemployed through to managers and directors of global multi-nationals, Sarah has created and run development events over a wide range of topics, using her skills in facilitation to help individuals and teams become more effective.
Sarah believes in a holistic approach, helping to find the balance of the individual’s needs as well as the organisation’s.
Development of a range of modular interventions, from Foundation of Leadership Programmes to Extending Leadership Programmes
EI Assessment, coaching and personalised skills development
Facilitating round table discussion to glean opinions and for information dissemination
Project managing conferences to kick start change
Using interactive theatre to fine tune their management skills and make them real
Facilitating meetings from board level to middle management