Dr Carole Pemberton has over 30 years’ experience in helping individuals to have more successful and satisfying working lives. She does this in her work as an executive coach and career coach working with clients across the globe and across sectors. Her experience also enables her to develop others to coach whether they are line managers or internal coaches.
Her doctorate in resilience coaching positions her as having a particular expertise which is supported by her advanced level qualifications in Executive Coaching and Career Coaching. She is accredited as a coach by the International Coach Federation, and her contribution to careers work in the UK was recognised in her being made a Legacy Fellow of the Career Development Institute. She is a Fellow of the CIPD and Visiting Professor at the University of Ulster Business Institute. Her coaching programmes for organisations are recognised by the Institute of Leadership and Management.
She is an author whose publications offer coaches and managers practical tools for enhancing their effectiveness, based on research and experience.
The Difference She Makes
Carole is an inspirational coach and individual who helped me identify my true strengths and ambitions. Her clear thinking and guidance led me to now being successful in a job I truly love. I cannot recommend her enough, and believe without her help I would have taken much longer to achieve the quality of life I enjoy today. Award winning consultant
Carole is very empowering. I retained ownership of the issues I wished to discuss. She made me challenge my motivations and assumptions. In a different league to other coaches I have come across. Director
Developing Coaching Skills in Organisations
In a longitudinal study of the impact of a coaching programme developed for a UK university, the findings were that:
- 91% reported that coaching skills had improved their workplace performance
- 85% reported that the gains in staff performance through using coaching skills outweighed the cost of giving time to coach
- 74% said that they were working more effectively as a result of using coaching skills
- 0% said that acquiring coaching skills had been a waste of time.