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Christine Morgan

Assessor


Relevant Qualifications and Skills

ILM 7 Executive Coach and Mentor

Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (FCIPD)

BPS Occupational Testing (Level A & B)

MBTI accredited assessor and administrator

Associate Member of EMCC

Practicing Executive Coach and Mentor.   Practicing Business Start-up Mentor


Relevant experience

Chris is a self-employed practicing Executive Coach and Mentor; she participates in the Xenonex ILM7 coaching courses, providing guidance for the completion of the assignments.  Chris also provides 1-2-1 support for students as required.

Chris’ background has been in the HR/L & D sphere for almost 30 years.  She began as a trainer and then a career coach. She led a number of large HR functions before focussing on L & D and becoming the Head of Learning and Development for Sussex Police, a role she held for almost 8 years.   Chris has coached senior executives, senior managers and new managers in a variety of roles and functions.

Chris is an experienced assessor and has undertaken assessments within the public and private sectors for recruitment, selection, development, promotion and qualifications.


Current Clients Include

Xenonex.  Corporate and private contracts


Testimonials

“Chris was my assessor for the L7 Exec coaching certificate. She was a great support, supplying great feedback on my assignments and never being too busy to take a call to clarify anything. Couldn’t have completed my course without her support and encouragement. Thanks for all of your help Chris!” JB

“Christine was my assessor for the ILM 7 Executive Coaching and Mentoring qualification. She insisted on very high standards, ensuring that ILM’s requirements were systematically met. This was combined, however, with really excellent feedback, constructive suggestions and a deal of patience. This approach took me on a journey of learning and reflection that will stand me in good stead as a coach. As a strong advocate for standards, she is a credit to the coaching profession.” DL