History and experience
Gill is a business psychologist and psychology lecturer with international experience. She has worked in the UK and overseas in the private sector, with government bodies and NGOs. She is a coach, conference speaker and writer on the practical application of business psychology and neuroscience and regularly contributes to national publications including The Guardian and The Times. She has worked in China, Thailand, Tibet and Poland and is founder of the Koru Trust, an educational charity working with Karen hilltribe refugees.
She is a member of the British Neuroscience Association, Association of Business Psychologists, Chartered Institute of Personnel, Continuing Professional Development accredited Trainer and Institute of Leadership and Management member.
Gill has worked with a range of clients including: The Football Association, Prostate Cancer UK, Battersea Cats and Dogs Home, BBC, British School of Osteopathy, Age UK and British Heart Foundation.
Interactive and innovative, Gill uses her skills as a business psychologist and knowledge of neuroscience to bring groups together, building their skills and knowledge in an open, fun, practical and supportive learning environment.
Gill is a facilitator on a number of training courses at the Centre, including: Emotional intelligence in leadership and management, Change management, Mindfulness at work, Effective mentoring, Presentation skills, Appraisal skills, Team leader skills and Supervision skills.
Gill is also available for one-to-one coaching sessions.