There has been a lot of progress in how we coach over the last decade and Ailis Clarke has been involved in much of it. With a wealth of insight into the political and personal issues that coaching can address, she has coached executives through organisational and career change, building products that reflect the growing psychological understanding of career performance.
A law graduate from Trinity College Dublin and the University of Leuven, Ailis became a founding fellow of The Institute of Coaching, Harvard, 2013- 2015. She is currently an Associate of Praxis Leadership School, Cranfield University and a member of the Advisory Council for the Harvard Business Review.
As a member of The Association for Coaching (UK), an MBTI and FiroB practitioner, her approach to coaching is led by psychological and emotional intelligence analysis then developed through needs based applications.
Of particular interest to her is ensuring executives can identify their unique strengths and lead through them responsibly and bravely. Developing and individual style and having a clear legacy to leave, is central to her coaching success.
Her business experience includes 15 years in general management with Multinational organisations, P&G, Unilever, Centrica and Baltimore Technologies. She has worked extensively across Europe, North America and Asia from graduate to EVP level.
Ailis joins us on special projects from Idrus Gable.