Executive Coach and Diversity Consultant. Claire Singers

Claire Singers has been an executive coach for over seven years, qualifying with the AoEC, the Academy of Executive Coaching. Claire, a former managing director, specializes in working with CEOs and directors. She coaches leaders across a wide range of industry sectors, focussed on personal development, organisational culture and leadership. Claire has a holistic approach to coaching, supporting clients to deepen thinking, gain insight and enhance performance. She was an early advocate of hybrid working, understanding that this was an effective route towards achieving a more diverse and inclusive workplace.

Claire’s coaching with new parents on their return to work, post-parental leave, is focussed on supporting their transition to working parenthood and the continuation of successful careers.

Board and Executive Directors

The role of director can be both exhilarating and isolating presenting professional and personal challenges. Claire’s work as MD of a successful agency as well as working with high profile clients, gives her a unique insight into the pressures that come with leadership.

Senior Women

Gender diversity at senior level is still a goal rather than a reality. The value of promoting women to senior positions and retaining them has a proven positive impact on organisations. Senior women benefit from specialist coaching from a practitioner that has experienced and understands the challenges they face.

Rising Stars

The leaders of tomorrow inhabit a very different world from the leaders of today: SMART Working, a better live/work balance, often digitally ‘on’ 24/7. Coaching plays a vital role in enhancing performance of Generation Y, gaining self awareness, a greater sense of control and prepares them for leadership.

Maternity and Paternity

Balancing the demands of career with a young family is both challenging and often exhausting, coaching plays a vital role in supporting new parents to navigate this challenge. Coaching supports clients prior to maternity leave and with their transition back to work.