Kathleen is a coach, an organisational consultant and researcher. She is Adjunct Faculty of Ashridge-Hult, where she was formerly director of the MSc and Doctorate in Organisational Change.
Kathleen has extensive experience in personal, team and organisational development and has worked internationally with private, public, charitable and not for profit sector clients, including Southampton and Sussex Universities, BBC, NHS, NIHR, World Health Organisation, Cancer Research UK, Marks & Spencer, Nokia, Microsoft, BP, Credit Suisse and Tilney.
Her work is informed by her personal experience of leading teams in challenging environments, and her in depth research into the areas of consulting, organisations and change.
She draws on a wide range of frameworks, including Gestalt, Psychodynamics, NLP, T-Group facilitation, Appreciative Inquiry and Positive Psychology. She seeks to take an appreciative and strengths-based approach, helping her clients to (re) discover how they can make the most of their talents in pursuit of their goals.
Kathleen brings a powerful compassion and quality of relationship to her work with clients - combining this with a fierce courage and ability to offer challenge in a way that makes it a source of inspiration and stimulation to those she works with.
Kathleen is a qualified user of a range of psychometric tools, including MBTI, 16PF and 360 feedback instruments. She has dual Belgian-British nationality and enjoys working across national cultures.