Stephanie de Sarandy

Stephanie is an executive coach, management developer and facilitator with 20 years’ experience of working at a senior management/board level. She has a strong track record and draws on a wealth of experience and techniques to support individuals and organisations in moving their performance bar.

Stephanie’s coaching style is engaging, energetic, supportive and challenging. She has a natural ability to build strong client relationships based on trust and transparency, and a quick grasp of business issues at different levels of an organisation.

Her approach is goal oriented with a clear focus on outputs and next steps, using the client’s real time work situations to consider choices, apply learning and practice different strategies. She draws on a wealth of different coaching techniques and uses them where appropriate, whilst also believing that coaching is about encouraging the client to deeply think, reflect, evaluate choices and be accountable for their choices.

Her clients come from a broad spectrum of industries and clients she has recently and currently worked for include : Blackrock; Centrica; Deutsche Bank; Diageo; Ernst and Young;  Gowlings LLP; Legal & General; Herbert Smith LLP; Intercontinental Hotel Group; Linklaters LLP; The Post Office; Priory Group; NHS; Renold and Save the Children. She is a visiting tutor at Cranfield University where she currently facilitates and coaches on women in leadership programmes.

Stephanie qualified as a business coach with Meyler Campbell and is affiliated to the Worldwide Association of Business Coaches. She is a member of the Association for Coaching. She is a qualified administrator for a number of psychometric instruments: MBTI, BBP (Kantor Behavioural Propensities Profiling), Saville Wave and Wave 360. She is an NLP practitioner and clean language facilitator and has recently gained a diploma in neuropsychology for coaches.

She has considerable business experience: as HR Director for, as Senior HR Manager in PwC and as Area Personnel Manager with Hewlett Packard; experience that she draws on in her coaching and facilitation work.

Her professional development is on-going and includes a number of coaching and facilitation courses together with regular supervision.