Neuro-Informed Coaching with Marshall Vere Associates

28 September 2021
British Summer Time Online
Tue 28,  6:30 pm
      Sep 28,  7:30 pm
Naomi Glover & Jeannette Marshall


What’s it all about?

Are you keen to explore how brain research can help inform and transform your coaching?


This introductory session provides a whistle-stop tour of some of the emerging themes from neuroscience and explores how they can augment coaching skills, tools and strategies. We’ll be discussing:

  • What is Neuro-Informed Coaching?
  • How can Neuroscience help to increase Trust?
  • Why and how should we use neuroscience to coach using ‘Strengths’?
  • How does Curiosity impact the brain?
  • How can your coaching practice use the latest science research in a responsible, ethical manner?

Who is it for?

  • Experienced Coaching Professionals
  • Senior Leaders
  • Those with curious minds who are interested in bringing neuroscience to their coaching practice or organisation.

Who is running the event?

Jeannette Marshall, FMAC

Jeannette Marshall is CEO of Marshall Vere Associates, an Accredited Master Executive Coach and the Association for Coaching’s (AC’s) Director of Accreditation, responsible for the delivery of AC Accreditation Schemes. She is a member of the Global Coaching and Mentoring Alliance (GCMA) and the working party for the Global Code of Ethics for Coaches, Mentors and Supervisors. Jeannette has contributed to The Trainee Coach Handbook, the Association for Coaching’s Excellence in Coaching: The Industry Guide 4th Edition and Coaching Supervision Groups: Resourcing Practitioners.

Naomi Glover, BA, MSc, FRSA, FRSPH

Naomi is Director of Neuro-Informed Ltd, a consultancy firm specialising in science communication, research, and strategy with the aim of accelerating the ethical and responsible translation of neuroscience research to practice.

With a career in Learning and Development spanning 20 years, Naomi provides specialist research, consultancy, training and coaching programs for forward-thinking organisations. She holds a Master’s degree in Applied Neuroscience from King’s College, London and is a Fellow of the Royal Society for the Arts and the Royal Society for Public Health. Naomi has been coaching for over 18 years and is a former Deputy Head of the Association for Coaching, Scotland. She remains an active member of their Special Interest Group on Research in Coaching and is passionate about improving access to evidence-based knowledge within education, the workplace, families and wider society.

Helen Bullock, MAC

Helen Bullock has over 20 years experience in Learning and Development in the Public and Private sector and is the former Head of Professional Forums for the Association for Coaching.

Helen has a wealth of approaches to her work. She has a Diploma in Leadership Mentoring and Executive Coaching, is CIPD and ICSA qualified and an NLP Practitioner. Her coaching practice is underpinned by neuroscience, psychodynamics and transactional analysis. Through her training and experience she is able to notice and feedback patterns to her clients and support and challenge them on their way to greater effectiveness.