Louise Yates is founder and lead coach at Conscious Change. Louise has worked for over 20 years in the field of professional development in a wide range of corporate, 3rd sector and entreprenurial organisations. She has a particular specialism in helping leaders, partnership and teams function more effectively through change and conflict. Louise's hands on experience is supported by extensive professional development. She is accredited by the International Coach Federation (PCC), is a Certified Organisation and Relationship Systems Coach (ORSCC), a Certified professional Coactive Coach and is a trained community mediator.
Clients include: HM Prisons, NHS, Chadd Housing, Metropolitan Police, G4S, Knauf Insulation, Distinction Doors, LF Europe, St Basils Charity, Voluntary Action Calderdale, Beacon Counseling, PA4You, Business in the Community, National Skills Academy for Nuclear, Manchester City Council, Wright & Morten Veterinary Practice, Dale Farms and Lincolnshire Police. As well as business clients Louise also coaches married partnerships and is a community mediator.
Louise lives in Lancashire with her husband Paul and teenage daughers Hannah and Lucy. In her spare time Louise enjoys foreign travel, cycling and cooking.
Rob has worked in the field of learning
and development for over ten years with a particular focus on enabling
individual and team performance through coaching. He is an International
Coach Federation Professional Certified Coach (PCC), Certified Professional
Co-Active Coach (CPCC) and Organisation and Relationship Systems Coach (ORSC).
Working internationally with leaders and teams in organisations from a range of sectors, Rob specialises in enabling conversations that get beneath behaviour and symptoms to understand what’s happening at a deeper systemic level, improving relationships and creating healthy change. Alongside his work with businesses Rob maintains a percentage of non-corporate coaching work with private clients and supports other projects he’s passionate about.
His background also includes six years service in the Royal Marines, working as a professional mountaineering instructor (MIA), and leading expeditions worldwide.
Rob lives in Snowdonia, with his wife Helen and son Ewan, where he climbs, runs, cycles and generally enjoys the outdoors.