When choosing a partner to meet your developmental requirements, you want to ensure that you select an organisation of the highest professional calibre, and one which has the right chemistry and fit for your organisations’ requirements.
The principal Executive Coach at Emintell is Elaine Akester, a qualified lawyer with a 20 year commercial business career culminating in the successful turnaround and re-branding of a regional training business. Elaine has over 8 years professional experience of Executive and Team coaching in private, public and third sector organisations. The organisations vary in size, including
The Public Sector
NHS – Greenwich PCT
NERC (National Environment Research Council), and
EMAS(East Midlands Ambulance Service)
Within the third sector, Elaine has worked with a diverse range of organisations. These include:
Edinburgh Napier University,
The Charity Commissioners
Sure Start children’s Centre, Arts organisations and
Gedling CVS (Community and Voluntary Services)
on a range of executive coaching, facilitation and organisational development projects.
Qualfications and Accreditations
As well as her lawyer qualification, Elaine has a diploma in coaching practise and a Certificate in Executive Coaching and Leadership Mentoring. The latter qualification is accredited by the ILM (Institute of Leadership and Management) and also accredited by the EMCC at Level Five.
She is a member of the EMCC and undergoes regular supervision by a qualified coach supervisor and maintains high professional standards also through relevant continuous professional development (CPD).
Where appropriate, Elaine is ably assisted by a hand-picked team of associate coaches, who all ascribe to the highest standards available in coaching practise today. All coaches are full member of the EMCC (European Mentoring and Coaching Council) which exists to promote good practise in the fields of mentoring and coaching.)They ensure high standards through continual professional development which exposes us to on-going leading edge coach and mentoring training and thinking, regular supervision, and of course lots of professional practise!