Lisa is a professional Executive Coach and Trainer who works with professionals, executives and business owners who carry a lot of responsibilities and who want to do better in their leadership of others.
Having first qualified as a general nurse and subsequently as a midwife, Lisa has worked in a diverse range of clinical settings including Beaumont Hospital Dublin, street clinics in Calcutta, King Edward VII Hospital and the Royal Marsden Clinic in London, and GP practices in Dublin. A move to the administrative side of healthcare included roles in the Blackrock Clinic, Lowell House, and the Irish Practice Nurses Association where she managed a successful application for charitable tax exemption, drafted governance policies for Board to approve, mentored rotating Board Members, and coordinated clinical awards and bursaries. In 2016 she qualified as a Business, Executive and Personal Coach, later completing Train the Trainer. Since then she has become a Certified Just Culture Champion and an accredited Coach of Excellence. She is currently completing Principles and Practice of Restorative Just Culture with Northumbria University.
Lisa’s in-depth nursing knowledge of human physiology is interwoven with proven coaching approaches along with emerging evidence from the world of neuroscience. Managers in safety-critical or risk-averse sectors (who want to become Restorative Leaders and build a culture of psychological safety and learning at work) particularly benefit from her unique mix of skills i.e. Coach, Trainer, Certified Just Culture Champion, Nurse, Midwife, business owner and Mentor. She uses proven frameworks and models in her coaching and training, including Micro-Resilience (proven, research-based tools and rejuvenating behaviours that take seconds to implement and lead to immediate improvement in energy), the Five Levels of Leadership, Just Culture, Conversational Intelligence, and others.
In one-to-one coaching she facilitates learning and growth in her clients through coaching in its purest form. She coaches the individual in front of her, holding up a ‘mirror’ so that they can safely examine their strengths, values and what blocks their progress. Her coaching approach is person-centred, kind, non-judgemental, supportive, championing while challenging, and anchored by unconditional positive regard for each client (Carl Rogers).
She is on several coaching and mentoring panels in private, semi-state and cross-border bodies. Her R.E.A.L. Leadership online programme is accredited for 7 CPD points with the CPD Standards Office. She gives talks and workshops on resilience to community and patient groups, business teams, at seminars and networking meetings. She co-facilitates peer group coaching supervision sessions with coach colleagues, rotates through leadership and committee roles in BNI Rossmore Chapter and is Orientation Director Consultant for the BNI Dublin North East region. She has contributed to nursing and medical journals, websites and blogs, writing about interventions that enhance health literacy. Her core values are dignity throughout life, non-judgement and compassion.
Principles and Practice of Restorative Just Culture, Northumbria University
Accredited Coach of Excellence (Professional Development Consortium)
Certified Just Culture Champion (The Just Culture Company)
Diploma in Business, Executive and Personal Coaching (Coach Institute of Ireland).
Professional Training Delivery and Evaluation QQI Level 6 (Train the Trainer)
RGN (NMBI Ireland),
RM (NMC UK), Dip. H.E. in Midwifery (Kingston University, UK),
Diplomas in Executive PA and Legal (Pitman Training)
MAC – Member of the Association for Coaching.
Professional Development Consortium – Accredited Coach of Excellence
NMBI – General Register of Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland.
Read Lisa’s ‘Why’ to see if she would be a good fit for you as your Coach.