Nadine is a qualified Executive & Leadership Coach with ICF (International Coaching Federation) and a leadership trainer. She works with multinationals & governmental organisations around the world. Diversity and open-mindedness are part of her DNA. Nadine studied in the UK and France and holds a master’s degree in education management. She is bi-lingual in French and English.
She has a track record of leading change with over 20 years + experience in leadership managing a £15-million budget in the public sector. Nadine has worked with national and international ministerial teams and influenced educational policies and leadership processes which have become best practice. She has been a Headteacher in two secondary schools in England where she has fostered a leadership culture that support accountability, high performance, and leadership competencies. She has coached and developed high-performing teams as an educator around the world to over 25,000 students and 5,000 educators. She is a Lead inspector for British School oversees in UAE, Asia and Africa.
Nadine is an international speaker. Her most recent talk (2022) was in the UAE, titled ‘The role of hope in coaching conversations to elevate leadership performance’. Her ‘Coaching for Managing Difficult Conversations’ Masterclasses have been running since 2016, promoted, endorsed, and accredited by the Institute of Internal Communication. Nadine is a podcaster at #leadingthecoachingchange and a LinkedIn Live broadcaster.
Known for her turnaround skills, change management, organization development with her intercultural sensitivity, she was interviewed by TF1 (the leading number 1 TV channel in France) twice. The Times Education Supplement (TES) published an article on leadership succession. A structured and strategic thinker, she contributed to an academic textbook on Thinking Skills through Modern Foreign Languages (MFL), a tool kit of transferable learning skills.