Janice Wilburn is an Accredited Practitioner Coach (APC) with IAPC&M.
Originally she trained as a Life Coach to help students whilst working at the London School of Theology. She enjoys journeying with people as they explore their unique talents, gifts and personalities, helping them discover their future vocation and achieve personal goals. Having lived overseas for many years with OM Ships she is also well aware of some of the challenges for those readjusting to life in the UK and finding new ministries. Her time with Latin Link has given her an understanding and desire to help those in leadership and using different coaching methods both with individuals and groups.
Fundamentally, Janice is passionate about using her coaching and work as a Myers Briggs Type Indicator practitioner to help people re-orientate their life/work balance to fulfil their calling and ministry potential. Alongside her own coaching business Janice works as the Coordinator for Options Coaching.
Sue Iqbal began working as a coach in 2002, her approach is drawn from the following models: Egan’s Skilled Helper, Boyatzis Model for Intentional Change, and John Whitmore’s GROW Model.
Sue has a Diploma in Performance Coaching and is a trained Spiritual Director. Based on her experience of working with people seeking to ‘find their path’ Sue devised Signposts Coaching which she provides to individuals and as a course to church groups. Initially from a background of Special Education, then Local Authority and Public Health advisory work, her most recent position was Deputy Director of Education for a Diocese.
Sue is an accredited National College Lead Facilitator and has worked on their Teams and Leadership Programmes. Sue works with individuals and teams, her clients are often from education, charities, churches and faith communities. Sue specialises in coaching leaders and facilitating senior teams.
Following a number of years on the staff of Moorlands College, Paul Lindsay led and developed the work of Christian Vocations for over 20 years. During that time he maintained an itinerant ministry around the UK in churches, Christian colleges and at major Christian events. His main role and engagement has always been to try and establish processes and provide advice for Christians to explore, find and follow God’s call in their lives.
Having trained as a Christian coach with Creative Results Management, and convinced of the value and biblical model of coaching, he founded the Options Coaching. network. He has successfully coached people in person or via FaceTime / Skype, both in the UK and in the USA, and has experience in coaching and individuals and teams.
Paul is also a licensed trainer to deliver Coaching Skills Workshops for Christian leaders. He has served as trustee with various national ministries, and continues to be involved in leadership and teaching in his local church and throughout the UK.
Jenny, founder of Epiphany Life Coaching, is a life, career and Gallup strengths coach and 'Accredited Master Coach', who works with both private clients and organisations. Clients span 6 continents and range from Senior Executives to mission partners; students to business owners; parents to doctors.
Jenny trained to become a coach after living overseas and seeing the amount of disillusionment and burnout there was within the expat community. Working with people who feel stuck, she gets a thrill out of seeing people have an ‘epiphany’ moment.
Before becoming an accredited coach, Jenny worked as a BBC radio producer and reporter. Prior to that, she worked for FEBA Radio and was a PR professional with the international aid and development agency, World Vision. She has lived in the Seychelles, Sri Lanka and New York, and currently lives in West Sussex in the UK.
Dorothy recently retired after a long career in mission which included 25 years of overseas living and many years in mission ‘personnel’ work.
Originally a teacher, she has always wanted to see people grow in personal and professional areas, and her interest in coaching was a natural move. She has experience in cross-cultural coaching, life decisions, planning and prioritising, etc, and a special interest in transition coaching (overseas transitions both to and from the UK, re-entry, and career moves).
She is based in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, and enjoys face to face coaching as well as distance coaching by phone or Skype.
Recently credentialed by the International Coach Federation, she is constantly involved in her own training and skill development, including a recent teleclass in ‘Right Brain Coaching’. She also enjoys leading coaching skills training.
Andrew Smith has experience of working with people from many different cultures, having worked for a variety of Christian missions in the UK and overseas. He trained as a life coach with Coaching and Mentoring International and now coaches mostly international students exploring their core values and future potential.
He enjoys working with individuals who are committed personal growth and transformation. He is also a spiritual director in the diocese of Coventry, helping Christian leaders wanting to deepen their walk of faith and clarify the direction of their future ministry.
John Smith has had a varied career as an ecologist, town planner, Baptist minister, and UK Director of Evangelical Alliance. John was born in Liverpool, but his working life has been in Scotland, London and Weston Super Mare, as well as various sorties overseas through involvement with Tearfund and European Evangelical Alliance.
Currently settled in Bridgnorth, Shropshire, John is drawing on his wide experience of Church and organisation leadership, plus coaching training at Henley Business School and in Clifton Strengthsfinder, to offer coaching, mentoring, mediation and consultancy services as Re-pot:Realising Potential.
As well as serving through his local Baptist church in Bridgnorth, he enjoys being part of the speaker team for Gold Hill Holidays in Switzerland, and relishes ministering into people’s lives one on one as they walk the hills or ride the cable cars! John has an adult son and daughter and two grandchildren. John is married to Ruth and they share their home with a very lively Patterdale Terrier.
Catherine Gray trained with 3D Coaching and The Neuroscience Academy and loves being able to offer sessions to anyone in transition or needing to create a clear space to think during a particularly busy time.
Her background has been in admin and learning support roles which fueled a passion of enabling people to find their giftings and strengths and to be able to confidently use those in any job / situation they might find themselves in.
She has worked primarily with working mums, small business owners and church staff but enjoys seeing what a difference coaching can make in any situation. Catherine is based in Bristol and offers 1:1 coaching face to face, on the phone or online.
Jackie is an experienced and highly motivated leadership and personal development coach with a passion for coaching frazzled mums, helping them move from surviving to thriving. Jackie has successfully coached numerous individuals at all levels of organisations, supporting them in the areas of work/life balance, productivity, relationships, maintaining self-care, managing stress and reducing overwhelm.
Jackie is an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) with the International Coaching Federation and holds a Certificate in Professional Coaching Practice (CPCP) from Full Circle Development. She is also qualified as a Mental Health First Aider.
She set up her coaching business, Future Path Life Coaching, in 2016. Jackie coaches clients from all walks of life on a 1:1 basis, as well as facilitating a successful group coaching programme called The Mum Boardroom. She has a strong interest in training and regularly facilitates workshops in both workplace and wellbeing environments including Oxford University and Oxford Brookes University.
Jackie started her career in the commercial sector and then went on to focus on HR, Finance and Recruitment in the International Development sector. She worked with a charity supporting projects working with children at risk and then moved in to recruiting finance professionals for NGOs, supporting organisations such as World Vision, Save the Children and Tearfund.
Shelagh has had a varied career which has included running a hotel, a restaurant and a post office. She has worked in HR since 1999, first in the corporate sector and then for charities (including Latin Link and All Nations Christian College).
She has been a committed Christian since 1974. Shelagh has always been passionate about supporting people to grow into the fullness of God’s plan and purpose for their life. She trained as a coach with The Coaches Institute in London in 2008 after completing a Masters Degree at Bath University. More recently she has trained to be a spiritual director.
When Shelagh is not journeying with people in coaching and spiritual direction or helping with church ministries, you will most often find her in the garden. Her eldest granddaughter, when about 5 years old, said to her - as they were gardening together - “Granny, you like to make things grow don’t you?” Shelagh loves to see new growth - in her garden and in the people who want a coach to support them as they discern purpose and actions to take them forward.