Louise Hallett specialises in work/family balance support and coaching for neurodiversity. As well as 1-1 coaching, she also facilitates our parent coaching workshops.
Louise has over 20 years’ experience in marketing and business development, working for organisations including EY, KPMG and various law firms. Louise first trained as a coach in 2006 and is currently studying for a Masters in Executive Coaching at Ashridge Business School.
EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS
Louise has qualifications in coaching and psychodynamic counselling and has regular ongoing coaching supervision with an accredited Professional Executive Coach and Supervisor (Association of Coaching & Coaching Supervision Academy) to ensure the highest standards of ethical practice.
Most recently Louise has held parent coaching and work/family balance workshops for Invesco, Imperial College, Rightmove, Man Group, Trayport & L’Oreal. She currently has 1-1 coaching clients with Royal Bank of Canada, Legal and General, GPE and law firm Dentons.
APPROACH TO COACHING
Louise particularly enjoys supporting employees with their wellbeing and personal development at times of transition. “I have coached many talented women who have felt unsupported by their employer at challenging times in their life so I am passionate about helping working parents. Life and work are so intertwined. It’s vital for a parent’s emotional wellbeing to feel valued in the workplace”.
Since having her 2 children, Louise has worked most scenarios of part time or flexible hours, being a stay at home mum whilst re-training, and being a business owner, as and when her own and her family’s needs have changed over time. Louise is particularly passionate about supporting clients with complex family dynamics and multi-faceted caring responsibilities and her coaching approach is very compassionate and supportive.
Coachee from UK law firm