Gael Bevan 

ICF

Gael is a seasoned professional who has coached and developed leaders in the international market. She specializes in strengthening communication with virtual and remote teams, building future leaders at every level, through shared understanding, a common language and skill development. She mastered the art of authentic conversation and is skillful when it comes to powerful feedback that cultivates improvement and growth.

 

She has coached fortune 500 leaders including Barclays, Google, Goldman Sacks, Time Warner and Facebook. Gael creates a fun environment and incorporates, Improv, Gestalt, Emotional Intelligence and Neuroscience in her unique approach. Prior to the launch of her Executive Coaching Practice Gael held roles in talent management, marketing and sale acquisitions in fortune 500 organizations. Gael transitioned her Executive Coaching Practice from NZ to a successful launch and recruited coaches in the UK. In 2002 she was invited to coach coaches for a global organization with over 650 coaches worldwide and developed a skill for remote coaching in order to meet demands and maintain her business clients and her priority to live a balanced lifestyle. She learned, that to coach virtually and remotely was more effective and her clients got greater results in less time and the opportunity cost for all was favorable. She could coach more leaders, with greater flexibility and on a wider choice of devices.  This enabled her to adapt to differing time zones as she traveled and follow up with progress more often to close the gap between learned and applied skills in real time.

 

Over the years Gael has recruited and coached many global award winning Executive and Business Coaches who have inspired her with their integrity and commitment to leadership and business growth in the industry. She moved her Executive Coaching Practice to New York in 2005 and has continued to develop and innovate her approach to keep pace in a world where we need to embrace diverse cultures and new generations with greater demands and higher expectations of connection.


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