Executive Coach

Ginny Kidd

I help people to take great decisions and find focus and balance in their executive lives

Ginny’s background

Ginny Kidd draws on many year of experience in the business world, including seven years in the City of London in both the equity and debt capital markets. She has since worked as a consultant to a range of professional services firms and has followed her interest in leadership to become deeply immersed in the intersecting worlds of business and psychology.

As a coach with senior executives and their teams, she frequently works in the financial and professional services sectors and is a member of the coaching community at the Said Business School in Oxford. Ginny’s clients appreciate her insightful and challenging style and her ability to help think through complex issues, encouraging them to focus on what is important rather than urgent.

Ginny is the principal of Mainstay International, our partner organisation that provides a global network of coaches and facilitators.

Specialist fields

· Leadership: Helping senior executives to embrace the complexity of their roles, to think strategically and to produce results effectively by engaging the support of team members

· Transitions: Helping executives to plan for succession and become effective quickly in a new role

· Holistic coaching: Helping executives to manage the conflicting demands of their role and to align their work with their personal values and sense of purpose

Qualifications

Ginny is accredited by the Association for Professional Executive Coaching and Supervision (APECS) and the Tavistock Consultancy as an executive Coach and is qualified to use a wide range of psychometric tools. Her academic qualifications include an MBA from the Cranfield School of Management and an MSc in individual, group and organisational psychology from the University of Surrey.

She is an avid sailor, walker and ski-tourer, who appreciates the opportunities to ‘be in the moment’ and fully present while enjoying the freedom and challenge of the sea and mountains.

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