Beverley Powell, MSc, PGCE, Associate CIPD, NCFE Life Coach
Beverley Powell specialises in coaching, organisational development, mentoring and inclusion.
Development Manager and leadership & inclusion specialist, with substantial experience in the public sector services – UK Police service, Her Majesties Prison service, National Health service. Qualified Police Assessor and Trainer (NPIA), NCFE Life Coach and past Police Mentor.
Significant management experience in the private sector.
Creative and innovative and still able to deliver on key strategic business objectives and deliverables with results.
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“I believe that every person is born with talent.” Maya Angelou
I’ve known Beverley for over 7 years. She is a fantastic advocate for people from all diverse groups strategically across the many and varied organisations she has worked with. She knows such a lot and always wants to know more in the field of inclusion. Beverley is definitely someone I would recommend especially around research and strategically embedding diversity and inclusion across your organisation. As a personality she is great to be around as she is upbeat, positive and professional and I’m very much looking forward to working with her again in the future.
I have always been impressed with Beverley’s integrity, knowledge and passion in all that she does. She is an excellent team player and has a strategic mindset which she applies very well to impact practice. She exudes confidence and is clearly a lifelong learner keen to make a difference on a number of fronts. Her maturity, experience and commitment would make her a credit to any organisation.
How can I help you?
Training and consultancy, mentoring and coaching, from an experienced equality and diversity professional.
Keynote speaker, consultant, mentor and coach to support your Third Sector organisation.
Individual coaching and mentoring to help you to reach your goals and fulfil your potential.
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