Amanda Alexander is a charismatic and insightful Professional Certified Coach and Facilitator, with a global reputation focused on developing emotionally intelligent and resilient self-leaders.
In Amanda’s corporate work, she specialises in two distinct niches:
Supporting medical scientists to become strong self-leaders and communicate effectively with health care providers to provide better outcomes for patients.
Helping professionals who are also parents to stop beating themselves up for not being able to achieve the impossible, so that they can achieve a sense of fulfilment in every area of their lives.
Amanda is a highly experienced Coach of over 20 years and is accredited with the ICF as a Professional Certified Coach (PCC), one of very few coaches worldwide to have achieved this level.
She has won several awards for her professional coaching, including the UK ‘Coach/Mentor of the Year’ award.
She has featured in publications such as The Times, The Sunday Telegraph and The Independent and has been hailed as one of the UK’s Top Life Coaches by the Daily Mail.
Amanda has worked with hundreds of individuals and organisations across many countries and industry sectors including: Allianz, Sage, Co-operative, Bank of Scotland, Bristol Myers Squibb, BT, LinkedIn, Lloyds, L’Oreal, Bank of America, London School of Economics, Takeda and the BBC.
Prior to her coaching career, Amanda was previously an APM-accredited Project Manager with extensive experience in project planning and control, subcontractor management and risk management.
Amanda is educated to Masters Degree level in Computation, with a Double Honours B.A. in Modern Languages, both from the University of Manchester.
Most importantly, she is Mum to two proud-making boys – Max (20) and Freddie (15)…and also to Ernie the Labradoodle (11)!