AoEC Ireland & Northern Ireland

AoEC Ireland & Northern Ireland

Practitioner Diploma in Executive Coaching

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AoEC Ireland and Northern Ireland has become a leading force in professionalising the coaching industry.

Working passionately and tirelessly to provide the highest quality coach training for individuals and organisations, we offer the only executive coaching diploma in the country to be accredited by the International Coaching Federation (ICF), Association for Coaching (AC) and European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC).

Together with our highly professional Alumni pool of qualified coaches, we also offer one-to-one coaching, coach supervision, and in-house training to organisations. Our team will work with you to develop your own coaching model and support you to become the best version of yourself with skills designed to help you unlock the potential in your colleagues or clients.

Programme Information:

Meet The Team

Trudy Arthurs

Trudy Arthurs Faculty

Trudy Arthurs

Trudy Arthurs

As faculty member of the AoEC, I’ve been delivering the Practitioner Diploma in Executive Coaching for eight years in London, Dublin and Northern Ireland. I am currently working with a local charity to support them in developing Coaching and Mentoring Skills (ILM accredited). In 2016-2019 I co-facilitated seven Training-as-Mentor workshops to senior Earth Science academics and practitioners in London, Manchester and Dublin, accredited by the Geological Society of London. I consistently find that once clients have become familiar with the benefits of coaching, they are keen to adapt their own management and leadership styles to include a coaching approach. Reflective, mindful practice is really important to me. I strongly encourage all my clients and students to develop journaling and reflection habits. My own daily meditation, reading and journaling practices have helped me through the peaks and troughs of life, especially the Covid-19 times, and my clients have told me how much they now appreciate these few quiet moments that they have learned to give themselves in the hustle of life as senior leaders in organisations.

Louise Nicholson

Louise Nicholson Faculty

Louise Nicholson

Louise Nicholson

Louise is passionate about empowering individuals and teams to reach their full potential, and in using coaching to achieve this. Louise has a BA (Hons), MSc in International Business & Management, is an AoEC qualified Executive Coach, holds a Certificate in Team Coaching Fundamentals, Systemic Team Coaching & Gestalt Coaching Skills. She is also a member of the International Coaching Federation (ICF). She undertakes regular professional supervision for her coaching practice. Louise spent several years in London working for an international management consultancy which specialised in the field of human motivation. During this time, she worked closely with the principal behavioural scientist and delivered leadership development programmes for senior executives & management teams in Europe and the Asia-Pacific region. She has coached individuals & teams from various industries (including Real Estate, Fund Management, Energy, Executive Search, Recruitment, Tech, Banking, PR & Education). As Director of the AoEC in Ireland & a member of Faculty she is committed to sharing best practice and helping others to integrate coaching into their daily management.


For all enquiries:

Louise Nicholson
+44 (0) 7793 948943
louise.nicholson@aoec.com

Local Offices:
38/39 Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin 2