Angela Goldberg is a diversity consultant and versatile learning and development professional, specialising in executive coaching, assessment, and training.
For over 25 years Angela has worked across a range of sectors both nationally and internationally. These include local and regional government, the civil service, charities and not-for-profit, regulatory bodies, higher education, health, professional services, transport, legal, retail, the arts, oil and gas, and pharmaceuticals.
Angela is an accredited coach and mentor by the Institute of Leadership & Management (ILM) and adopts a solution-focused approach which aims to build confidence around performance change, in all its forms. Her expertise is underpinned by a strong knowledge of contemporary leadership know-how, and she helps clients navigate issues such as low confidence, career transitioning, relationship effectiveness, team-strengthening, and performance management.
She is qualified to use a wide range of psychometric tools and principally subscribes to a strengths-based model which is based on the principles of positive psychology. The framework helps coachees to identify and maximise their natural strengths, and then explore how these can be used to address key challenges. With Angela, the coaching ‘journey’ will tackle self-limiting beliefs, attitudinal barriers (psychological and organisational) and other performance blockers that can often lead to paralysis, job dissatisfaction, and frustration.
Some of the organisations Angela has worked with include the BBC, Cameron Mackintosh Ltd, European Investment Bank, UK Houses of Parliament, GlaxoSmithKline, Guardian News and Media, Imperial College London, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Kings College, Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Defence, Linklaters plc, Royal Shakespeare Company, The Trussell Trust, Comic Relief, Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, University College London and the United Nations.