Clare Moore

Clare is an accomplished coach and leadership facilitator, working with corporate, public and third sector clients around the UK. Her pragmatic and flexible style is valued by coaching clients and Directors seeking to drive culture change and to up skill their people.

Having started her career in British Airways and moving to Telecoms, Clare has spent the last 10 years partnering with organisations to improve individual and team performance.

What makes Clare happy?

-seeing the lightbulbs go off in people’s heads
-asking questions that help people to find their own answer
-seeing a great result to a complex project
-working with smart, funny, lively people
-family time, especially sports outdoors

Desiree Ashton

Des is known among our clients as both ‘Mum’ and ‘Goddess of Logistics’. She supports us both day-to-day and also in the delivery of bespoke development programmes. From documents to people, she ensures project logistics run to plan. She offers wide-ranging support to our consultant team and is the oil that ensures the ethos engine continues to run smoothly.

What makes Des happy?

Helping others appreciate new possibilities
Laughing with loved ones
Being on a deserted beach at sunset
Dancing like no one’s watching
Learning something new

Kathy de Beer

Kathy de Beer

Kathy has a strong track record delivering valuable outcomes to a variety of business clients. She is highly regarded by those individuals and teams she coaches, as well as by those who invite her to partner on more complex organisational projects.

Kathy’s academic background is in Business Psychology and she has extensive experience applying this expertise to help a range of organisations. This gives her a scientific and pragmatic approach to supporting clients, and a deep understanding of desired outcomes such as performance and well-being, and the relationship between them.

What makes Kathy happy?
– helping people, especially strangers
– doing work that other people value
– exploring outdoors with friends: by bike, boat, boots, board, whatever…
– music, especially playing in orchestras
– laughing, especially when linked to one of the above

Anthony Richards

Anthony Richards

Anthony is an Executive Coach and Management Trainer, graduating with a diploma from the AOEC. He has 12 years experience in devising and delivering Leadership Development activities focussing on communication skills. He has extended into this work from a career as a Chief Executive of an arts charity developing new work in the SW of England, and as a Theatre Director. His experience in coaching good performances from actors translates into the ability to deliver incisive and clear personal feedback, in a style which can be understood and acted upon. Anthony understands that effective leadership skills are founded on an accurate assessment of self and to that end he can work with a number of psychometric models, and assessment tools.

Anthony is skilled in using experiential learning techniques within personal development activities; turning theoretical concepts into coachable practical skills that stick.

He has designed and delivered training for Exeter, Portsmouth and Chichester Universities and Imperial College, HSBC, BMW, South West Water, Vodafone, ThomsonReuters, Source, and Action Aid. Other clients include London Underground, Harrow Council, The Royal College of General Practitioners, The Diversity Practice, and numerous others in the Public, Private and Third sector.

He is a trustee of a charity, founder/director of two UK Ltd. Companies and a governor of his local school.

Rob Pitt

Rob Pitt

Rob has worked in the field of learning and development for over ten years with a particular focus on enabling individual and team performance through coaching.  He is an International Coach Federation Associate Certified Coach (ACC), Certified Professional Co-Active Coach (CPCC) and Organisation and Relationship Systems Coach (ORSC).

Working internationally with leaders and teams in organisations from a range of sectors, Rob specialises in enabling conversations that get beneath behaviour and symptoms to understand what’s happening at a deeper systemic level, improving relationships and creating healthy change.  Alongside his work with businesses Rob maintains a percentage of non-corporate coaching work with private clients and supports other projects he’s passionate about.

His background also includes six years service in the Royal Marines, working as a professional mountaineering instructor (MIA), and leading expeditions worldwide.

He lives in Snowdonia with his wife Helen where he climbs, runs, cycles and generally enjoys the outdoors.

Graham Smith

Graham Smith


Graham is passionate about helping individuals; teams and organisations work and perform under pressure. He has developed his own understanding practically within the Royal Marines and over the last 12 years as a Business Therapist helping global organisations change their ways of working to improve performance. Over that time Graham has been struck on a number of occasions by the positive correlation between those people who sustain their personal and organisational happiness under adversity and their ability to perform to their potential.

What makes Graham Happy?
– Creating laughter
– Those “ahah” moments.
– Helping people who are passionate about what they do, do it better
– Rugby and learning to Kite Surf still…
– Mountains, waterfalls and wild places err Scotland…