SARAH SETTERFIELD TEAMWORK PARTNER
Every day I am energised, by the prospect of helping someone discover their best self and find ways to make that visible and experiential for both personal and professional success.
For over 20 years, I have been a creator, facilitator, speaker and coach on all aspects of personal & professional development. Providing solutions within a variety of different L&D needs, from Career Development, Mindset, Team Development, Strengths, Appreciative Leadership, Building Bounce-forward, Personal Branding, Strategic Thinking, Women in Leadership and many other subjects.
I have a personal passion for supporting women to build their confidence, brilliance and resilience, having myself been challenged by these over the duration of my career. Pay-it-forward is my mantra.
I am so grateful that my training days are regularly rated ‘excellent’ by delegates. I love people and love making a difference, so the win is big for them and myself. I have worked with a large number of clients in both private and public sectors and never tire of seeing the transformations and insights that can be achieved in a short space of time. All you need are the right thought-provoking questions, some input from me and the time and space to make personal meaning and an action plan.
I am an ex-Marketing Director; I bring my credibility, and expertise to quickly engage people by allowing insightful and practical sessions to come to life. I use my strengths in energy, creativity and people connection, as well as my expert knowledge input. I relish working with talented individuals who are keen to discover themselves at their best and use that knowledge to build their career, life satisfaction and joy!
Others describe me as being fun, insightful, inspirational, engaging, high-energy, creative, intuitive, and empathic. I thrive on being a catalyst to people experiencing lightbulb moments, motivating them to drive their own change.
When I am not at work, I enjoy cuddles and walks with my two dogs, Lulu & Molly. My children are now adults, paying their own mortgages and living their best lives. My cup brimmeth over with pride for them. Periodically I even get to see my husband of 36 years - he is a keen sports fan, and although too old to still be motor racing and playing football, he still enjoys being at both.