Inspiring more confident thinking for personal and professional success

Springboard Coaching is a boutique Management and Leadership Development Company, working with Managers through to Board Leaders to help them develop & learn pivotal performance skills, increase their management mojo and realise their full career potential.

Our expertise lies in enabling individuals and teams to challenge, explore and stretch their thinking through Executive Coaching, Personal Coaching, Career and Performance Development, and Leadership & Management training.

WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY…

“This eye-opening coaching came at just the right time for me early on in my career. Becoming conscious of my personal values helped me figure out what I wanted to get out of work. Soraya is a truly inspiring person with a brilliant way of looking at things and our sessions helped me recognise my achievements and identify ways to stretch myself. I’d recommend Soraya to anybody who wants to get genuine satisfaction out of working life and go home a happier person”

Account Director

“Springboard, does what the names suggests, providing excellent  insight, analysis, encouragement and energy to help you reach your potential. I found the advice I received invaluable – so relevant and focus to develop my self-belief. All delivered in a highly professional and friendly manner I can’t recommend Soraya highly enough. Whatever walk of life you are from or your personal goals you will unquestionably find the experience hugely beneficial.”

Senior Partner

LATEST THINKING…

Working Mothers

I’m really struggling at the moment to understand how working mothers manage to balance bringing up a family and progressing in their careers.
What I hear you say everything’s designed…..

Returning to Work After Starting a Family

What is the draw to get women to return to work after having a family? What’s the benefit to companies when they’ve been away for a while? And what’s in it for the mother?

The recent news that McKinsey and other consultancy groups are quietly trying to re-recruit women who have left their companies to start families is, I think, a very savvy move.