Rachel Halsall is an Executive Coach, Facilitator & Public Speaker who has gained a unique understanding of corporate life, across a range of cultures. After gaining a Masters Degree in International Relations, she started her career at the Japanese Embassy. Rachel has also worked in-house at Credit Suisse, Barclays and Waverton Investment Management in the financial sector. Rachel then entered the legal sector as ‘Head of Learning’ for Withers Worldwide.
Since launching her own business in 2012, Rachel designs and delivers training, coaching and leadership programmes for many law firms including Fieldfisher, Shakespeare Martineau & Mills & Reeve. She is also a keynote speaker and speaks on a range of topics including networking, confidence and self-promotion. She now works across multiple sectors which enables her to see themes across businesses and to facilitate and coach with more depth.
Rachel has a direct and punchy coaching style which has served her well working with senior leaders & teams across sectors. The majority of Rachel’s work focusses on communication, career development & progression and enhancing leadership skills.
Rachel is an ICF accredited coach. She is certified in Myers-Briggs Step I and has a Certificate in Systemic Team Coaching from the Academy of Executive Coaching.
I partner with clients to find their best way forward in whatever they are facing. We work together to support the preferences and values of the individual as well as understanding and appreciating the context and the culture within which they work and live.
The consistent feedback I receive is that clients feel lighter and more energised after my sessions as well as more strategic regarding what they may choose to do and in what order. As I am able to build trust quickly with my clients, we work efficiently to get to the heart of what is needed in each session.
I’m best matched with…..
• People who want a voice and seat at the table
• Leaders transitioning to Executive level
• People who are interested in learning and developing their own self awareness
• Leaders with a direct communication style
• Those in leadership roles who would like to pay more attention to their strategic relationships