Our coaches are empathetic, experienced and they get results. Our coaching service began after the success of our training arm of the business. It became clear that our clients, their workforces and individuals appreciated our ethos of wellbeing and our personal touch to training. We now deliver coaching to individuals and groups for goal setting, motivation, business, careers etc to achieve success in many areas of their personal and professional lives.
We have rich experience with our own personal companies and collectively as Digital Bricks. We offer business coaching to individuals and groups at any stage of business development. We have a wide network of business expertise in our respective fields. Our coaching and business development sessions help to spark creativity and nurture growth for those starting out alone to those already working with teams.
We also practise coaching psychology in many areas of life and work. This new division of the British Psychological Society is the study of behaviour to deepen understanding of individual and group performance, achievement and wellbeing. This scientific approach to coaching is evidence based and fast becoming standard practice for personal and professional development in many organisations.
Chris Sheridan (MEd, MSc, FHEA) has a masters in multimedia, education and is currently studying psychology accredited by the British Psychological Society. She holds a coaching certificate from Caledonian University and is a member of The European Mentoring and Coaching Council, The Association for Coaching, The American Psychological Society and The International Association of Business Psychology Coaches. Chris incorporates evidenced based psychological practices in workplace culture. She has a special interest in positive psychology, using strengths based coaching to empower individuals to achieve their goals.
Wilma Reid (BA, MAML, FRSPH) is a coach and coaching consultant. She trained as a workplace coach at the Edinburgh Coaching Academy in 2016 and is now an International Coaching Federation (ICF) accredited coach. Wilma worked in public health workforce development for almost 30 years and was latterly Head of Learning & Improvement at Public Health Scotland (PHS). Commissioned by Scottish Government, she led the 2019 Scottish Public Health Reform. Wilma is an experienced L&D practitioner with senior and strategic leadership experience. Wilma has an MA in Leadership and Learning and is a member of the Association for Coaching.
Laura Howard MSc is a qualified organisational psychologist, trained coach, speaker, trainer, and consultant best known for her ability to transform teams from frustrated to performing. She utilises her 20 plus years of experience to design and deliver organisational development initiatives at team, leader, and company level. She is a Member of the Association of Business Mentors and the Association of Business Psychologists. Laura has extensive experience in the professional services and not-for-profit sectors. Laura is a qualitative researcher specialising in women's leadership authenticity to help achieve greater equality on Boards.
Denise Millan has many years of experience in business, employability and peer coaching & mentoring. She delivers business mentoring sessions for SMEs and has coached a range of professionals, young people, students and under-represented groups, empowering them to work towards their career goals. Denise has a special interest in using creative evaluation techniques to capture data embedded within coaching and mentoring, helping to achieve positive results for her clients. She has delivered both one-to-one and group coaching & mentoring sessions. Denise is a member of the Association for Coaching.
Linda Berrie is qualified in counselling skills including active and empathetic listening. She is a member of the Association for Coaching. Having worked in education and social work for the past 26 years, she has supported a wide range of people to have an opportunity to share their personal stories to enable them to overcome barriers, elicit change and achieve their goals. Linda’s skills lie in enabling individuals to find direction and purpose in their lives, improve their mental health and wellbeing and increase their resilience. She can offer 1:1 or small group coaching, including those with disabilities and neurodiverse conditions.
Susannah (BA Hons) works with clients from a variety of industries at all levels of the organisation to find unique and creative solutions to everyday problems. Her work is holistic with an understanding of the challenges to everyone's mental health and wellbeing during difficult times. Susannah is a writer and multi-media artist who has trained in acting, theatre, and film. She leads creative art workshops and digital video tours for museums and festivals and she regularly holds writing and performance workshops. She is interested in storytelling and empowering people to be their own best brand. Susannah is a member of the Association for Coaching.
Jenny Favell is a qualified lecturer, assessor and verifier in the further education sector. She also ran her own successful business for many years. After personally experiencing a prolonged period of burnout, she learnt first hand that work life balance and stress management were important to any kind of success. Jenny is a member of The Association for Coaching. She has a keen interest in green space, blue space and cold water therapy for both physical and psychological benefits. Her aim is to help anyone at any stage in their life or career, whether they're looking for positive personal development, permission to prioritise or techniques to reduce stress.