Claire Vivyan Roberts London, England
Executive Coach, Career Coach, Business Coach
WABC Registered Corporate Coach™, ICF Diploma in Integrative Coaching
I’m Claire Vivyan Roberts, WABC Registered Corporate Coach™ (RCC™) and communications expert. I can help you overcome your career and business challenges and give you the mindset to excel.
Discovering your professional ‘why’ is what I love to help people do. I’ve worked in the corporate world for over a decade, alongside c-suite executives and managing large teams, responsible for communications to thousands of colleagues.
I know how challenging your work environment can be and understand the complexity of large organisations. I have worked for some of the biggest brands in the world, including Visa, EY and Santander. Prior to corporate life I worked as a journalist for BBC News, GMTV and the Press Association.
I'm particularly interested in working with female leaders working towards Executive level, working parents and those struggling to manage their wellbeing or work and life balance. I specialise in working to build resilience and confidence.
2 reviews (5.0)
Claire is a natural coach. Personable, reflective and pragmatic. Unlike some, she grounds in objectives, really explores what's going on and then why. She's solution focused and pragmatic so able to provide practical, clear and achievable steps after helping navigate through the weeds. In just one session, I felt much better and had a clear plan in place.ERH
The hard thing about writing a review on such a small amount of words is how do you encapsulate such a unique experience in a concise way. So in short, with Claire, there is no subject out of bounds, and whatever area is brought up, is dealt with sensitivity, wisdom and warmth and the Claires use of powerful questions helps you move forward whilst bearing in mind potential unseen hazards. This was definitively the most effective (and enjoyable) coaching experience I have had and its wonderful to know that this is a service I can reengage with at any point and carry on where I left off.Carl