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Heather is passionate about helping individuals and organisations achieve more for their time, effort and money. One person at a time. That's all she does. Nothing more, nothing less.
Heather specialises in working with small and medium sized business owners and senior professionals. She helps individuals with her coaching expertise, and helps organisations with her consultancy and training services.
Heather is the driving force behind The Efficiency Coach. She is a highly experienced Corporate, Career and Executive Coach with over 10 years experience in many diverse businesses including Tesco, Procter & Gamble, BDO Stoy Hayward LLP.
Her strengths are an ability to quickly connect and understand people Ã¢â¬â she is renowned for quickly cutting to the heart of an issue for her clients. Her clients prize her ability to create a safe space for them to talk though, and create plans and actions to tackle the issues that really matter.
After spending over four years as an internal corporate and executive coach for BDO Stoy Hayward LLP, Heather decided to set up her own coaching and consultancy business to enable more people to benefit from her coaching services.
Heather is a member of the International Coaching Federation, Association of Career Professionals International and the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.
In her spare time, Heather is trying to understand how she managed to get her business website listed as no. 1 worldwide within Google - without spending any money or knowing anything about Search Engine Optimisation. Amazing things do sometimes happen!
When not thinking about how to help her clients achieve more for your time, money and effort (which is rarely), Heather enjoys a social game of scrabble, baking cakes with the kids and getting out for a decent long run.