Alison Reid is a leadership and confidence expert helping professionals unleash their potential and love their work, whether that’s stepping up to a leadership role or making a career transition.
An Oxford graduate, Alison has over 20 years’ international business experience with organisations including Procter & Gamble, PriceWaterhouseCoopers and BakerMcKenzie,specialising in leadership development over a decade ago. She works with clients in a range of private, public and third sector organisations across the US and Europe.
Alison helps her clients think, feel and act like leaders by raising their awareness of mindset and behaviours that are holding them back from performing to their full potential and helping them design, practise and embody strategies which maximise their leadership impact.
Alison’s commercial experience means she understands the context her clients work within, the challenges they face, and the importance of setting measurable outcomes.
Alison is a certified Ontological Coach accredited with the ICF (International Coach Federation) and a keynote speaker. She is also a seasoned facilitator and certified practitioner of several psychometrics including MBTI and Hogan Assessments.
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What my clients say
“Alison’s coaching has helped me achieve VP level in a competitive, demanding, male dominated tech company. I am braver, more patient and naturally able to create multiple pathways to achieve what the business has needed. I would highly recommend Alison to anyone looking to reinvent and extend their leadership capability.”
VP, Global Technology
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