Member/Trainer Open Leadership Network at The Open Leadership Network
Caitlin graduated in Linguistics at the School of Oriental and African Studies and did four years post graduate research in ‘Strategies for Lexical access’ including fieldwork in Ghana. She began modelling teaching using NLP while at SOAS, volunteering intermediary classes to translate information presented at lectures into different learning styles for the students.
She discovered the Clean Language of David Grove in 1996 and combining, NLP, the discipline of ‘Clean Questions' and the common sense of coaching, she has developed processes that result in whole system sustainable change.
She ran sessions with at-risk teenagers as clean modelling workshops and achieved excellent results: The project won the Crime Prevention and Community Safety award for Great Britain. Her work is available on the Open University MBA program, it is incorporated into a 3 year Personal Development Profiling system at Liverpool John Moores University and is embedded in a number of large organisations.
She designs and delivers tailor made learning and development programs for addressing diversity, conflict, leadership, managing mergers and creating ‘learning organizations'.
Caitlin practices in a variety of contexts. Clients include Delta7, Jeyes, Pharmacia, South Yorkshire Police Service, Bexley Care Trust, New Information Paradigms, Work Directions UK, Crime Concern, BT, Police National Search Centre, Celerent Consultancy, Carbon Partners, Ealing LEA, and Working Links. Liverpool John Moores University, Brent in2 Work She has trained a number of in-house trainers to carry on and develop the work without creating dependency on her expertise.
She has systematically tested and developed her ideas in challenging arenas and her robust ideas have become a sought after product.
Specialties: Organisational Development
Executive Coaching for teams
Modelling Excellence in an Organisation