By Zoe Lewis
1 November 2021
The third contribution to our Skills for the Future series comes from Zoé Lewis of The Leadership Coaches. In her Vlog, Zoé talks about the importance of creating a coaching culture in organisations.
Take a moment to watch this short Vlog and share your thoughts in the comments below.
The Leadership Coaches is a team of inspirational, credible and goal-focused coaches, helping individuals, teams and organisations reach their potential. Hand-picked by Zoé Lewis, the team comprises passionate experts that are ready to apply their latest research into their coaching practice. Informed, inspired and guided by coaches including Sir John Whitmore, Tim Gallwey and Max Landsberg, find out more about the team here.
Zoé Lewis works across organisations from director level through to frontline colleagues tapping into their hidden potential. With a keen interest in neuroscience and the psychology of behavioural change, Zoé helps clients identify patterns of behaviour and how these can be altered through neuroplasticity, to develop alternative patterns of behaviour, overcome barriers and achieve objectives.
With a specialism in developing emotional intelligence, Zoé role models this through her coaching, to both support and challenge clients in equal measure.
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