Sally and David

We specialise respectively in the fields of Coaching and patient and public involvement in healthcare. We have built a credible and strong business since 2001, and we love what we do. Most of our work comes from trusted clients who come back to us time and time again. In addition to providing an overview of who we are and what we do, the website offers a free resource library with over 150 articles and tools on a wide range of topics in our specialist areas.

David specialises in 1-1 and Team Coaching and developing in house Coaching programmes. David is an experienced certified Executive, Career and Personal Development Coach having worked with many different clients over the last 15 years.
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Sally specialises in patient and public involvement in research, research priority setting, health outcomes development and health technology. She facilitates health related events that include the public, and also supports development projects and evaluation.
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We are driven by a few core values in the way we work:

  • To do what we say we are going to do and do it well. We really listen to what our clients want, and aim to make a real tangible difference to the individuals, teams and organisations we work with
  • To work for reasonable and competitive rates. We aren’t the cheapest, and certainly not the most expensive: we focus on offering value for money which is why clients come back time and time again
  • We bring all of ourselves into our work; each of us are recognised experts in our field.. What we do is a vocation, not just another piece of work
  • We aim through various voluntary and pro bono activities to give something back as a principle of ethical business practice

Recent Coaching article on working with self confidence in coaching

A recent article I have written looking at the whole area of working with clients with self confidence challenges, with a host of ideas and resources

research-directionsDo research priorities of patients and doctors really matter?

Recent publications by Sally Crowe and others highlight the challenges of developing and funding research priorities as part of the James Lind Alliance.