FRC TEAM

 ANTPRAY2014fin2  ANTHONY ROGERS  CEO, FRC Worldwide                                     linkedin-icon

Anthony is a certified coach and founder of the Foundation for Recovery and Wellness Coaching (FRC Worldwide)

He has over 30 years’ experience of recovery and the Recovery & Wellness field and has supported hundreds of people in transforming their lives. He has been a pioneer of the Recovery & Wellness Coaching field since 2003. He has worked with board members, CEO’s and Entrepreneurs as variously coach and mentor both within the context of recovery and wellness and leadership.

He has an extensive professional background in the media as well as in environmental issues working with clients such as BBC Worldwide, Naspers, Conde Nast, Polygram, Carlton TV.

In 2009 he was invited to become a fellow of The Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA) and started a coaching network there for its worldwide fellowship.

His core role with FRC is holding the vision of the potential of coaching to transform lives, relationships organizations and communities and developing its business and community activities internationally. Anthony lives in Umbria in Italy with his family.

Gladeana 2 square 250 x 250PXGLADEANA McMAHON (UK)  Executive Training Consultant and Trainer for FRC                           linkedin-icon

Gladeana is considered one of the leading personal development and transformational coaches in the UK. Her books include “Performance Coaching for Dummies” and, “No More Stress – be your own Stress Management Coach. She coaches CEO’s and those at Director Level, politicians and media moguls to master the psychological complexities of 21st century corporate life. She is Chair Emeritus of the Association for Coaching UK, and co-creator of cognitive behavioural coaching and mindfulness based cognitive coaching models. An accredited therapist as well as coach Gladeana is also a Fellow of the British Association for Counselling, Institute of Management Studies, International Stress Management Association, Association for Coaching and Royal Society of Arts.

ian-phillips2 IAN PHILLIPS   UK Business Development                     linkedin-icon

Ian Phillips has spent many years working within medical settings, with a range of clients and organisations. He is well placed when it comes to being a Recovery and Wellness Coach. A graduate of the Centre for Coaching and an FRC certified coach, Ian is closely involved with the Foundation for Recovery Coaching and Well-Being in his role to develop the organisation in the UK.  A trainer of many years’ experience, he assists in the delivery of coach training. As an Executive Recovery and Wellness Coach, Ian works with people who want to explore their lives in a deeper way to create meaning and purpose.

DAVID COLLINS DAVID COLLINS (South Africa)  International Business Development     linkedin-icon

David Collins is specialist coach, facilitator and consultant with an extensive background in the financial sector. He sits on the panel of external coaches for Investec as well as Nedbank, but also has working relationships with JPMorgan, CITI Bank as well as ABSA and Standard Bank. David has a keen sense of social responsibility and its importance to the sustainability of countries and economies. To this end, David started SHARP, a primary care facility for people suffering from chemical substance abuse. He then went on to be the founder of the U-ACT Trust (Ubuntu Academy of Coaching & Training), a Section 18A company whose aim is to incorporate the skills and success of coaching in the field of Recovery Coaching. Within this environment, David honed his strong people skills in the area of listening, intuition and personal empowerment. It is the combination of all these skills and David’s unique personality that makes him an exceptional coach.

Leigh407x407 LEIGH ANNE BRIERLEY Training Co-Ordinator, International Business Development    linkedin-icon

Leigh-Anne Brierley is a certified Recovery and Life Coach, working for The Foundation Clinic as a facilitator of their Recovery Wellness Program.  She is also responsible for Wellness and Recovery Training and Coaching in the corporate market, and driving community initiatives and events around building recovery capital for individuals, families and communities.  She has training, education and facilitation experience and is passionate about the coaching work she does aiding recovery in individuals and groups.  

Leigh-Anne has travelled extensively and worked abroad for many years, which has given her the opportunity to work with people from diverse language, ethnic and cultural backgrounds.  She is passionate about assisting and supporting people in their recovery journeys and is an advocate of multiple pathways to recovery and loves the forward-focused, solutions-driven approach of Recovery Coaching.  

Leigh-Anne is constantly striving to broaden her knowledge of addiction and substance abuse, and the role that coaching can play in the continuum of care for people in recovery from substance abuse,  behavioural and eating disorders, as well as health challenges such as diabetes and HIV, as well as mental health and co-occuring disorders.  She owns her own business Recovery Coaching SA, which she hopes will become another platform to drive Recovery Coaching in South Africa.

 jan-davies100  JAN DAVIES – HR Consultant / Advisor

Jan Davies is an HR Director who has gained in depth experience with blue chip corporations and across a diverse range of public sector and not for profit organisations. Jan’s roles have covered UK and International responsibilities and it is this exposure to working across different cultures and with diverse workforces that has fuelled a keen interest in organisational design and development and improvement in organisational performance. From an HR skill set built on Reward, Job design and Competency models Jan has extended her areas of expertise to include psychometric profiling and management/executive coaching. Jan now supports a wide range of organisations to achieve more organisational impact with their HR functions.