Eva Eldridge BSc, MSc Psych, Member of British Psychological Society, International Coaching Federation, International Association for Coaching Psychology
Social & Business Psychologist / Organisational Behaviour Specialist / Certified Executive Coach she enables seamless business and people change at senior leadership level in corporate environments; she helps organisations to understand their diverse stakeholders better.
Other studies include: Organisational Behaviour Management (Vrije University, Amsterdam, Holland) Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Solution Focused Brief Therapy
Registered Qualified Certified Occupational Test User/administrator with additional Hogan Suite, Saville Waves and MTQ accreditation (Cambridge University)
Neuroscience in Coaching (Henley Business School)
Diploma in Clinical Psycho-oncology
Mindfulness for well-being Practitioner
She has published plentiful papers on the role of psychological and neurological factors in learning and development, performance and motivation.
She combines her deep knowledge of neuroscience and psychology and its practical real-life application in diverse organisations to align people with the business vision while designing engaging and interactive material for the facilitation of workshops and interventions. She provides Executive Coaching for individuals and Systemic Team Coaching for teams and groups.
As a Social Psychologist she explains human behaviour in groups – how people think, feel and what they do, what their intentions, goals, beliefs and attitudes are when influenced by others. As an Executive and Team Coach she ensures that her clients improve their performance, engagement, and alignment while transforming the wider business.
The scope of her interventions in organisations involves:
Leadership development interventions
• Performance related issues (diagnosis of drivers and ‘derailers’)
• Power related issues
• Conflict resolution
• Decision making traps (working through heuristics and decision biases)
• Transition and change situations (clarity and direction in a new role or organisation within the critical first 3 months)
• Well-being and occupational burnout (how to enhance the first and prevent the latter)
Team and group development interventions through systemic team/group coaching
• Developing/reinforcing trust and cooperative learning
• Clarifying roles, boundaries and direction especially in the situation of transition or change
• Creating high-performing teams
• Developing teams in relation to their network of diverse stakeholders
• Diagnosing teams’ and boards’ culture and performance
• Helping teams to profile their members and select team members for perfect ‘fit’
She identifies, reveals and addresses the key psychological and neuroscientific aspects of human behaviour that come into play in a team/group environment. Such aspects drive conscious, but more damagingly, unconscious, behaviours that affect our interactions, goals and performance.
She designs and undertakes a wide range of psychological interventions for individuals within a diverse range of businesses, focused on personal challenges, career issues and career change. Other areas covered include: personal development / change; personality, emotions, motivation; communication; stress management; sustained behavioural change.
Her clients come from businesses such as British Airways, NHS, Deloitte, a national oil & gas company and many others.