Episode 20

Published on:

11th Jan 2022

Lucinda Quigley (exec coach for working parents)

This week, Lucinda Quigley, an exec coach who focuses on working parents from Talking Talent, tells us:

  • The importance of authenticity
  • What tool can help working parents really enjoy their life
  • What factors are most helpful for parents returning to work
  • Why we should recreate our commute
  • ... and much more.

Find out more about Lucinda on LinkedIn and at talking-talent.com.

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More about Lucinda

Lucinda is a warm and energetic professional coach who draws on 15 years of commercial experience as well as the experience of being a Mum to two primary age children. As Head of Working Parents at Talking Talent her coaching focus is on effecting positive change and using a variety of tools to help coachees find fulfilment and happiness in their busy lives.

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The Coach's Backpack
An insight into what coaches consider the most important tools of their trade
The Coach’s Backpack podcast asks a variety of coaches (from sports to comedy) what they consider to be the most important tools of their trade, physically and/or mentally.

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David Lowe

David Lowe is a business coach, mentor, trainer and author.

He has worked with a wide range of clients across many industries, including Ford, Novartis, Ministry of Justice, NET-A-PORTER, NHS, John Lewis, GDS, Naked Wines and Shelter.

David has a post-graduate in Business & Personal Coaching from University of Chester and is currently researching how humour can be used effectively in coaching.

He has written a number of books, including 'The Innovation Revelation: A story about how to satisfy customer needs' and 'The Lemonade Stall: How to test and validate ideas -- a story and workbook'.