The highly experienced Coaching Team delivers a growing array of evidence-based coaching interventions that are designed to develop more effective individuals and teams.

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Areas of Work

The services that are delivered by the team generally fall into four key areas:

  • 1:1 Coaching: A series of sessions with an experienced coach to achieve greater confidence, increased job satisfaction and improved personal effectiveness
  • Team Coaching: Group sessions with an experienced coach to develop and nurture higher performing teams, including the application of MBTI
  • Coaching Skills for Managers and Clinical Leaders: Supporting individuals to develop coaching skills as part of their leadership style
  • Other Non-coaching Interventions: Supporting individuals and organisations with facilitating other non-coaching interventions, such as mentoring

Additional bespoke support is also available to meet the needs of our members.

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Benefits for Members

The team can deliver a range of benefits for members including:

  • Greater productivity of staff through increased job satisfaction
  • Higher performing leaders that deliver the Trust’s strategic objectives more effectively
  • More effective teams that are focused on delivering improved services for patients

How we Work

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Contact Details

For further details on any of the above or to arrange a local work programme for your organisation please contact:

Eilis Parker
T: 020 7520 9088
E: eilis@nhselect.org.uk

Membership of the Association of Coaching

The NHS Elect coaching faculty provides member organisations with high quality coaching. All our coaches are qualified or working towards their qualification, and work to professional standards through membership of the Association for Coaching.

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Testimonials

“Many thanks for delivering yet another very successful coaching session – the evaluation comments are a real accolade to your session, with many participants stating how accessible and useful to use in their working and personal lives. Great comments! Your involvement is always much appreciated.”
Cindy Howard, Education Lead, Leadership and Management Development, Hertfordshire Community NHS Trust


“The session was really informative and fired up some real enthusiasm in the audience; we now need to work on how we take it forward! My sincere thanks for delivering an informative, stimulating session.”
Lisa Leverton, Operational Lead NED & Chesterfield Out Patient Physiotherapy & MSK, Derbyshire Community Health Services NHS Foundation Trust


“Thank you very much indeed for facilitating two excellent events yesterday. The feedback is overwhelmingly positive. I really enjoyed it and found it useful and will definitely put the techniques into practice.”
Hannah Reed, Coaching and Mentoring Project Manager, Guy's and St.Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust


“It was really helpful. I have already put some of the positive challenge into play with, so far, good effect!”
Caroline Elston, Clinical Director for Allergy, Respiratory, Critical Care, Anaesthetics and Pain Therapies Clinical Academic Group


“The discussion was really helpful in focussing my mind on what I know, but keep choosing to ignore. I will take these suggestions on board and ensure I implement most if not all of them. For me it was useful to discuss with someone who has worked in operations.”
Carl Holland, Deputy COO, Northampton General Hospital NHS Trust