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Janice Steed MSc PGC

 

Janice has particular experience working with commissioners, clinical teams and services, partnership working, leadership development, facilitation, personal and organisational development; using an asset based approach, building on strengths rather than ‘fixing’ problems to generate energy, capacity and momentum towards shared goals.

 

Using her health and care knowledge and coaching approach Janice has also undertaken a range of qualitative and service reviews, getting underneath issues and complexity, providing clarity, focus and support to both providers and commissioners of services.

 

Janice has also worked with a number of partnership boards with a range of perspectives and backgrounds to build commitment to shared goals and strategies, and, currently works with a number of small, fast growing businesses.

 

Janice has also worked with a series of organisations on strategy development and culture change. Janice uses all her skills and intuition to work ‘in the room’ to gain insight into dynamics to enable improved relationships and commitment.

 

Janice is a trained nurse and midwife with an Advanced Diploma in Midwifery and an MSc in Organisational Consulting from the Ashridge Business School, where she also trained as an Executive Coach and attained a post graduate qualification in Coaching and Organisational Consulting Supervision. Janice is accredited to undertake MBTI step 1 and 2 and Firo-B assessments through OPP and has recently published two chapters in ‘Creating a Coaching Culture for Managers in Your Organisation’ published by Routledge.

 

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Steed Consulting Ltd was established in 2007 by Janice Steed and specialises in Organisational Change & Improvement.