Helen MG Consulting
Courage, compassion and creating possibilities through leadership.
Helen is a respected and sought-after coach, consultant and facilitator both in the UK and internationally. Previously Head of School Improvement for the Department for Education, she has held lead roles in national, regional, and local government, schools and colleges. She has designed and facilitated coaching and leadership programmes for the University of Manchester and served as a Magistrate in Greater Manchester.
Building authentic relationships and leading with courage and compassion lie at the heart of her practice. Helen is skilled at facilitating teams to explore leadership dilemmas, enabling clients to more effectively manage challenging issues and create the opportunities they want. Helen has a client centered approach to coaching. Key theoretical influences include Egan’s Skilled Helper Model and Sieler’s Ontological Coaching, a transformational approach to enhancing the client’s ability to take effective action.
Current contracts include:
Adviser for Zen Educate, a software startup and Certified Social Enterprise using their online staffing platform to connect schools with teachers.
Leadership Programme design, development and implementation. Bespoke to client needs and outcomes identified in the consultancy process including Real World Group 360 Leadership Diagnostics.
CEO and Principal appraisals based on Appreciative Enquiry and Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development best practice and research.
Coaching for leaders and CEOs.
Her qualifications include:
MA in Social Work Studies,
Post Graduate Certificate Coaching and Process Consultancy,
BA Hons in Education and Community Studies
Certificate in Education.
How we can help
Our work draws on an eclectic mix of research and resources. If you have a project in mind, do get in contact using the details below. We're interested to understand how we can add value to your business.
Helen MG Consulting was established in 2016 to enable people in roles of responsibility who work for the public good to clearly connect with their sense of purpose, make good decisions and lead with courage and compassion.
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Stewart Knights is a Business Management student at Lancaster University, currently on a year abroad variant – completing his second year at Iowa University in the USA.
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