Qualified Wellbeing Coach
Tom is a certified life coach (CPCC), and has a Masters degree in Psychology, and a PGDip in systemic behaviour change and wellbeing. In 2015 Tom was trained and certified by the Coach Training Institute (CTI), one of the most established and well respected coach training schools in the world. He is also a certified mindfulness facilitator, qualified Mountain Leader and nature connection facilitator. Tom's training includes NLP, communication skills, leadership, positive psychology and team coaching. He is a Professional Certified Coach with the International Coaching Federation and has over 950 hours experience coaching in the areas of life transition, career, leadership, teams and mental wellbeing.
The first 15 years of his career were spent in the telecoms industry. He started off as a hardware engineer, moving to software and then customer support and technical pre-sales - in the UK, Europe, Americas, India, and APAC. Tom worked for small start-ups and large multi-nationals. He was involved in building and leading global teams for more than 5 years, consulting with customers to find their ideal solutions, internal and external training. Tom also worked closely with sales, marketing, product management, development and executive leadership teams. In 2015 he took the decision to walk away from his career and to follow his heart on an unknown path towards coaching and supporting other people's wellbeing and development.
Tom's approach to life and coaching brings an appreciation for the complexity and paradoxes inherent in being human and being part of the wider world. We are shaped by the world around us and we shape the world around us. We are a mix of many different competing needs, thoughts, beliefs and feelings. Tom believes it is essential that we understand the complexities of our inner and outer systems in order to heal, develop and bring sustainable success to our life, relationships and work.
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"You've got to think about big things while you're doing small things, so that all the small
things go in the right direction."