Alison Reid is a leadership coach who works with high-achievers who want to step up to leadership and take their career to the next level.
An Oxford graduate, Alison has over 20 years’ international business experience cross-sector with organisations including Procter & Gamble, PriceWaterhouseCoopers and BakerMcKenzie, specialising in leadership development over 15 years ago. Companies she now works with span the finance, technology, media and insurance sectors and include PwC, ICAEW, CIMA, Bauer Media, Unum and Cisco.
Alison works with her clients to raise their awareness of mindset and behaviours that are holding them back and implement strategies which transform their leadership impact and accelerate their career. 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 speaker, coach and author of the white paper Cultivating Confident Leadership : A 3-step process to help leaders overcome fear and unleash their potential. She is accredited as a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) with the ICF (International Coach Federation) and a qualified, experienced practitioner of both HoganLead and MBTI (Myers Briggs Type Indicator).
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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
This morning, I went off-piste. I’ve been feeling groggy all week and today I woke up tired again. However, after I did my usual 20 minute meditation, rather than just going up to my desk as I would usually, I curled up on the sofa with a blanket and closed my eyes. This is Unheard-Of.