Discussion Group 3
Facilitators: Cath Brown & Kristina Henry

Cath Brown founded Cath Brown Consultancy (CBC) in 2006 after a successful career within organisational development and human resources within the NHS.  CBC has grown in response to demand and now operates an associate model built on our values and strong relationships. We choose to work in this way as it allows us to flex and scale to rapidly meet demands and to catalyse change most effectively within systems and organisations. We feel privileged to work with such a diverse client base and work with whole organisations, teams and individuals as coaches, supervisors and facilitators. 

Cath is an engaging and relational coach and coach supervisor who believes in working alongside individuals and teams creatively to help them reach their full potential. She offers coaching and supervision space for people to think more effectively, to step out of issues or thoughts and feelings, to deeply explore goals and aspirations, and to enable individuals hold themselves to account for their aspirations.

Kristina Henry. In the spirit of full disclosure, Kristina is not a qualified coach! However, with a body of practical and applied experience in a range of industries, a consistent theme has been Kristina’s commitment and associated efforts to advancing coaching in these organisations.  This has not been without challenge and a lot of learning along the way which she’s been able to take to her subsequent organisations to build an enhanced coaching services offer.

Much of her effort as a senior learning and OD practitioner in the coaching field has been directed at engaging stakeholders and sponsors and creating and managing multi-layered coaching frameworks. Inevitably this has included the identification, recruitment, development and ongoing management and support (CPD/Supervision) of in-house coaches as well as making use of external coaching services where appropriate. Building coaching capability remains a core priority and Kristina is working with others to promote this at all levels of the organisation.


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