Jackee is an executive leadership coach and coach trainer working across a range of sectors (further education, NHS, higher education, media, public sectors and cultural and creative industries). Her creative and intuitive approach brings learning and training alive whilst offering skilful facilitation and embodiment of coaching and personal development in real and practical ways.
Jackee loves writing and is the author of ‘Soul Purpose’, ‘Be Your Best Life Coach’ and ‘49 Ways To Write Yourself Well’ (2013) and has been a contributing writer to several books and articles. Her work has been featured in Psychologies and Red Magazines and she was part of the successful Twinings Tea Take Ten campaign (2011) in partnership with Red and Psychologies magazines.
Jackee writes almost everyday and is a prolific journal writer. When Jackee is not delivering coaching in businesses or organisations she’s busy running courses and retreats and writing e-books for writers and creative entrepreneurs. She supports writers of all levels in one to one coaching and mentoring.
Jackee’s skill as a conference host and workshop facilitator has taken her across the globe. She’s delivered workshops and retreats in several US locations and the Caribbean. She recently co-chaired the Spirit Of Coaching conference featuring Sir John Whitmore at the Brahma Kumaris in London and can be booked as a facilitative host or keynote speaker for your events, conferences and seminars.
When Jackee is not engaged in her corporate and public work she loves curling up and reading a good non-fiction book or getting lost in a feel good movie. When she has time she loves to get out into nature, walking, admiring the trees and feeling the wind on her face. She loves libraries and bookshops and finds them great places of calm and contemplation.
Jackee loves training coaches and offering one on one and team coaching. She really enjoys her work supporting writers and creative entrepreneurs. Her work allows her to simultaneously be both teacher and student, which, she is deeply appreciative of.