M.Sc., MCC, CPCC, ORSCC
Coach, trainer, speaker, author
Professional Coach since 1997 and a Master Certified Coach (MCC) since 2001, Lori has coached small business owners, managers and executives around the world. She has worked with leaders in a variety of organisations; in large multinationals and mid-sized businesses, as well as doing pro bono work in prisons and schools.
Lori is now making the latest research from neuroscience and adult learning theory available to coaching and training practitioners. She has served on faculty at the Coaches Training Institute, CRRGlobal and Performance Consultants International and has developed curriculum for a number of coach training programmes, including her own master level Coaches Going Corporate, an ICF accredited online and blended learning programme.
Consistent with Lori’s background in science and engineering, her approach to coaching is practical and pragmatic: She insists that instead of simple problem solving, coaching is many times more productive when the focus is on enriching the client’s internal world so they can reach their stated goals with more clarity of purpose and less self-interference. Recent findings from neuroscience make this approach straightforward and accessible for clients