Sarah is a business psychologist, postnatal facilitator & coach. She facilitates our parent coaching workshops and workshops for managers.
The most challenging stages in life can create the most positive changes. With strong personal values, a passion for psychological research and a well-trained listening ear, Sarah Flynn has carved a career in helping people to recognise what it means to be your ‘whole self’ in every area of life, however challenging.
After gaining a Masters in Psychological Research Methods and a period of working with families in healthcare, Sarah learned a lot about how an organisation’s culture can impact the relationship between staff and their customers. Sarah’s strong belief in equality and enthusiasm for systems thinking within organisations led her to work in high pressurised industries and cultures where resilience models were a key tool.
In her work with international corporations, Sarah has carried out a number of resilience audits to provide solutions to problems such as, decision making issues within diverse groups, facilitating organisational change more effectively and exploring why women are under-represented in senior management roles.
After becoming a parent, Sarah’s attention turned to the diverse wellbeing challenges that face new parents. Guiding parents through this period of transition by discussing the impact on areas such as relationships, emotions, body image and work life, helps clients listen to their true and best selves.
Working with well-known organisations in both the public and private sector including Microsoft, RBS and Great Ormond Street Hospital, Sarah’s depth of knowledge, non-judgmental attitude, benchmarking approach and desire to find positive solutions, provides clients with the right strategies to gain results.