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The SARA model

A simplified model based on the work of Elizabeth Kubler-Ross on grief and loss which can relate to the Team environment.

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Kate Woods

Kate’s career spans marketing, internal communications, continuous improvement, employee engagement and learning and development with a strong focus on managing projects and programmes.  

As an experienced facilitator, trainer, manager and public speaker her no-nonsense, cut-to-the-chase approach has helped her to bring structure to spaghetti-like business situations. Her business experience includes the financial services industry, the civil service, retail, utilities, logistics and the not-for-profit sector.

As an executive coach, business consultant and Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, Kate motivates people to achieve results and saves businesses time, money and effort. 

Max Gooding

Max is a team & executive coach and organisational dynamics consultant with over 25 years’ experience in organisational performance and behavioural change.

She has worked within FTSE 100 businesses running operational teams, developing strategy, managing change initiatives and improving the customer experience. Her business experience also includes consulting to professional services firms, hospitality, the civil service, and the non-profit sector.

Max is passionate about working with all levels of leadership and their teams to achieve high performance. She is particularly adept at working with HR, OD and learning functions to shape and improve their strategic contribution to organisational performance.

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