About

Amy is a consultant and coach who helps individuals and organisations to reach their goals and to get the best from their people. She started her career in financial services, working as a manager in Barclays Retail before moving into HR and leading entry-level talent, designing a talent strategy and leadership programme to fast-track HiPo entrants into critical roles. After training as a psychologist, she moved to the people consultancy YSC, supporting FTSE100 clients in senior executive assessment and development, coaching, and consulting. She works across sectors, with a commitment to providing input and expertise that is both commercial and psychologically rich.  Her clients have included BP, BT Group, Vodafone, Lloyds Banking Group, AstraZeneca, Bank of Ireland, Arcadia Group, and Whitbread Group plc. She currently holds a role within the Leadership & Teams division of the performance consultancy Lane4.

Amy has been coaching throughout her career, and specialises in coaching young and high-potential individuals, helping them to understand and develop their skills as leaders and influencers. She also works with female leaders, helping them to confidently pursue their goals and tackle barriers to progress. Her style is supportive, challenging, and action-oriented, but always based on a strong and feedback-rich relationship with her clients.

Amy holds an MA in English Literature from the University of Oxford, an MPhil in Psychology and Education from the University of Cambridge, and an MSc in Occupational Psychology from Birkbeck College, London.

Amy’s interests include gender and diversity, mindfulness at work, creativity, and meaning and purpose in leadership.

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