We train professionals in coaching skills for effective leadership. Your employees embed and refine their skills through 1:1 sessions with our 16-24 year old talent.
Our programmes create a coaching culture, up-skill your top talent, and support a generation of diverse young people into your industry.
Our programme gives your team confidence setting goals, building accountability and managing teams.
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Your employees are partnered with a young person who can really learn from them.
Our youth programme managers are on hand for guidance.
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With a wealth of experience in coaching, education and youth work, our Associate Trainers deliver training you won’t find elsewhere
Daisy is a trained coach and action learning facilitator. She studied Modern Languages at Oxford and Neuroscience at King’s College, then went on to specialise in people development with further training in coaching, psychotherapy, mindfulness and action learning.
Daisy is a coach, trainer and action learning facilitator with ten years' experience working for positive social change in the UK through operations and people development. She has led the coaching strand of our mentor training programme for four years, teaching CMN mentors how to support their mentees to lead their own career journeys within and beyond the programme.
Keji believes in the talent of young people and has over 16 years experience working with young people from less advantaged backgrounds.
She has delivered national youth programmes in partnership with businesses across sectors and has supported organisations with leadership and recruitment challenges; programme design and delivery; innovation and skills development.
Keji works with staff teams and youth participants by blending practical learning solutions through training, action learning and mentoring to effect change.
Jenny began in education as a Teach First teacher. After 2 years in the classroom, she worked in Leadership Development, training student teachers for Teach First, and later developing teacher trainers in coaching and leadership.
She now works as a Senior Lecturer for UCL IoE, training incoming teachers in pedagogy.
Freya started her career as a Teach First teacher in West London. After 4 years in the classroom she began lecturing at Canterbury Christ Church University, training incoming Teach First teachers and now as a Senior Teaching Fellow at UCL/IoE.
Freya is also a comedy writer, performer, and winner of the Funny Women Awards. She regularly performs and teaches improv at The Free Association in London, and integrates her creative practice into her work in education.
Susan Neilson has over a decade of experience teaching in schools as Head of English and
She led her department on the introduction of the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme and has a particular interest in introducing Philosophy for Children.
Susan currently works as a subject tutor on the Teach First programme for the Institute of Education, UCL, training incoming English teachers.