Diversity is everything. If organisations seek better outcomes they need to create opportunity to nurture, accelerate and develop diverse approaches in their teams.
We believe that organisational structures and processes can enable organisations and people within them to diversify their workforce. Coaching act as a process and methodological approach to create the future faster. Thinking as a group can help people identify the limitations of current cultures and offer leaders time to reflect on what and how changes need to be made.
Leaders and managers create deeper, more meaningful and productive change when they have time to reflect on what they are doing and how they do it.
Claire is an executive coach who supports leaders to reflect on how their values and beliefs can lead to leadership growth. She develops leaders’ self-efficacy to interact with the impact of the systems of which they are part. She supports the development of internal processes and structures that can be used to unlock inner agency and leadership.
Before founding Equitable Coaching, Claire Stewart-Hall served as a leader in schools in the UK for twenty years in urban areas of economic disadvantage and poverty and has experience of supporting creativity, positivity and self-organising systems to enable positive cultures to grow. She has experience of supporting staff to connect with communities.
Claire believes in the power of transformational coaching to facilitate internal values work that deepens and strengthens confidence to take action to co-create positive, equitable cultures. She uses a blend of transformational and psycho-dynamic coaching approaches, alongside her research of organisational, transactional theory and andragogy (adult learning) with organisations.
Claire believes that answers to our own development lie within us. She uses creative tools, such as images, words and narratives, for unlocking and building rapport and creates trust to offer people time to reflect on their current situations and evolve the way they think about them.
She works with leaders and leadership teams to ‘unlearn’ limiting assumptions and develop ways to challenge thoughts and ideas in a safe environment.
Claire enjoys connection, networks and linking with people and ideas, as such she works strategically across different organisations. She is also a researcher and is normally usually found researching with her head in a book when not coaching.
Katie works with leaders at all levels and is passionate about diversifying leadership of schools to ensure that children get the best education in their short time with us. She believes that everyone should have access to the magic of coaching and loves co-creating powerful coaching relationships which enable freedom and growth to be their whole selves.
Katie is visionary and strategic coach who loves ideas and innovation and has a healthy disrespect for comfort zones whether they belong to people, organisations or systems.
‘I walk away from every coaching session with Katie feeling stronger and with a clearer path. This has definitely been the best CPD ever invested in me.’ (Middle Leader, Cabot Learning Federation)
Angie Browne is a coach who uses narrative approaches combined with mindset work to help her clients explore their blocks and the stores that hold them back from personal and professional growth. She is an education leader and founder of Nourished Collective an online space for women. Nourished Collective provides leadership coaching, personal development programmes, community and all-around support for women.
Angie is passionate about bringing nourishment to the education system and returning educators to a more balanced state of wellbeing and autonomy. Her recent book Lighting the Way: The Case for Ethical Leadership in Schools brings this passion to life.