Julia Wright ACC
I enjoy supporting my clients to maximize their personal and professional potential. My style has been described as ‘warm’, ‘empathetic’, ‘insightful’ and ‘inspiring’. I use powerful questioning and reflective listening to help my clients explore new ideas and perspectives. My coaching draws on a wide range of professional expertise, including extensive management experience in global consulting and banking; a strong set of coaching competencies; and communications and linguistic skills.
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Julia coaches in English. She speaks fluent French and has a working knowledge of Spanish.
Building personal and professional confidence; developing leadership capabilities; overcoming challenges/conflicts in the workplace; enhancing verbal and written communication skills (including presentations and speech-making); career development, reassessment and transition.
Nearly 20 years’ experience managing strategic change, communications and training initiatives at a firm-wide level, working alongside senior leadership as a manger in a global consultancy and an investment bank.
A hands-on background in systems design, development and project management on complex, high profile projects in the financial services industry.
An insider’s understanding of working within organisational structures and navigating through change and uncertainty.
Roles working alongside senior global leadership to craft speeches, presentations and business strategies. Recruiting, coaching and mentoring new corporate colleagues.
Member of the International Coaching Federation (ICF)
Member of the European Mentoring & Coaching Council (EMCC)
Gallup Certified Strengths Coach
Certified Leadership Coach Training (ICF-accredited programme) – The Forton Group
MBTI Step I and Step II Practitioner, NLP Business Practitioner
Cambridge CELTA-qualified EFL Teacher , International House, London
MSc, Business Information Technology Systems, Strathclyde Business School, Scotland
MA (Hons), French with European History, University of Edinburgh, Scotland