Sheila Panchal

Sheila is a business psychologist with twenty years of cross-sector consultancy and coaching experience, across investment banking, professional services and local government.

As a consultant, Sheila advises on a variety of diversity and culture change initiatives. As a coach, she enables senior leaders to negotiate key transitions such as new roles, promotions and international moves. She helps them to reflect on their interpersonal style, brand, wellbeing and career direction.

Her published work includes ‘Developmental Coaching: Life Transitions and Generational Perspectives’ (co-edited with Stephen Palmer) and ‘Turning 30: How to get the life you really want’ (co-authored with Ellen Jackson).

Sheila has a BSc (Hons) in Psychology from Leeds University (First Class), and a MSc in Occupational and Organisational Psychology from UMIST (Distinction). She is chartered by the British Psychological Society. She holds a Professional Development Certificate in Coaching Psychology from the University of Sydney, and Level A and B (Intermediate) Certificates in Psychometric Testing. She is both accredited by, and a Director of, the International Society for Coaching Psychology (ISCP).

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