With significant management experience in a number of corporate environments, Beverley knows what it’s like to be in the client’s seat, whether it’s dealing with staff or customers. A highly trained coach and published author, Beverley brings both personal experiences as well as practical approaches to her interventions.
During her 30 years in corporate senior management Beverley worked throughout many business areas. Her career spans key roles in leadership and people management, including training, recruiting, change management and development of managers plus their staff teams; other roles include budgeting and project management within the field of marketing as well as roles in customer service and account management.
Beverley is Health & Safety trained to Nebosh level as well previously undertaking roles as a BS Assessor and ILM Mentor. Beverley also has a working knowledge of NLP and is qualified to train clients in Mindfulness.
Whilst at Kodak followed by Arval PHH Leasing, Beverley has worked with clients such as Boots, IBM, Vodafone, Irish Distillers, Hidden Hearing, GSK alongside many more across the UK and Ireland.
Beverley utilises her people skills as a coach and trainer to get the best of people and to assist them to reach their full potential. Her coaching skills have provided exceptional insights for clients and help them discover where they have areas for improvement. Feedback often infers that through her calm and friendly demeanour she has a way of holding your attention. Interspersed with humour, Beverley’s coaching skills whether through group events or 1-1’s are said to be professional, inspiring, practical and motivational.
Beverley has been described as “Honest, engaging and fun, when she is in front of an audience”.
Her wealth of life experience as well as covering roles in the majority of departments in the business field enables her to support clients fully whether it is as personal or group coach.
Beverley’s 1st book ‘Made it Thru the Rain’ was published in 2012 and it is through this book that she courageously demonstrates how an ordinary life can become extraordinary and how experience can indeed be the greatest gift.