Region(s) South Dublin, West Dublin, Kildare, Wicklow
- Company: RDC Consortium (Rachel Doogue Consulting)
- Telephone:087 9883219
Qualifications and Affiliations / Experience in one to one coaching
Niamh has worked for over 20 years in the Human Resources, Coaching and Leadership development field. She has extensive first hand experience in leading, developing & coaching individuals & teams while balancing competing demands from multiple stakeholders. Niamh recognises the importance of investing time in managing the wide range of issues that arise when you have the privilege of leading a team.
Niamh is passionate about helping leaders navigate the maze of balancing the needs of managing people and other competing demands. She supports the building of skills in the area of assertiveness, invaluable when dealing with conflict and difficult conversations. Niamh is also skilled in supporting the prioritisation of workloads, building resilience, overcoming resistance, managing the performance of teams and transitioning effectively into a new role.
Niamh’s coaching style is supportive, probing, humorous and practical with a focus on how to get real change in the workplace. Niamh’s key contribution is to connect fast with people and this allows her clients the space for reflection and helps them gain greater self awareness around their strengths and potential stumbling blocks. Once insight is gained the focus is on how to play to their strengths and how to shift these stumbling blocks.
For the last 12 months Niamh has been lead trainer on a large scale programme across the Civil Service for all levels of management, focusing on developing the skills and processes involved in managing the performance and underperformance of team members.
Coaching/Development clients include –Managers across the Irish Civil Service, Leaders & Managers in The Hertz Group, Java Republic, Women’s Aid, AIB and Tesco.
Niamh’s career includes working as an Executive Coach and leading a range of HR functions in the Hertz Group including Global Organisational Development & Design, Succession Planning and High Potential Management.