Meet the team
Rosalie is MD of LeadChange. She is a Chartered Psychologist, has a BSc in Psychology, an MSc in Occupational Psychology and qualifications in a range of psychometric assessments and coaching techniques. She has built a reputation for delivering high quality leadership development, talent management and assessment. She uses a blend of psychology, current leadership thinking, neuroscience and commercial knowledge to deliver high quality, high impact, experiential learning.
She has developed her expertise working with leaders as an executive coach, consultant and talent business partner across a range of organisations and industries including telecoms, technology, retail, media, finance & healthcare. An entrepreneur at heart she has built two development consultancies.
Andrew has been delivering equine-facilitated learning (EFL) programmes since 2002, working initially with corporate clients, and more recently also with young people identified as being at risk of becoming NEET (not in education, employment or training). He is founder and director of LeadChange, a leading provider of ‘Courses with Horses’ to the corporate marketplace, and co-founder and a director of HorseHeard.
Andrew is passionate about the benefits of experiential learning with horses, having seen so many people get life-changing insights on LeadChange and HorseHeard programmes.
Prior to working in EFL Andrew had a successful business career running publishing businesses in challenging markets. His approach to developing high-performing emotionally intelligent leaders informs his work with HorseHeard clients – working with them to develop vision, energy, focus, self-confidence, self-belief, and effective communication skills.
Andrew is an NLP Master Practitioner with an MBA. He is trained in coaching, EQ mapping and 360° appraisal.
Lindsay Corrigan (BSc. MSc. Ch.Psychol) is a Chartered Psychologist, registered with the Health Professions Council and the British Psychological Society. Lindsay operates as a freelance consultant and has worked with various organisations over the last twenty years (including charities and not-for-profit) designing, delivering and embedding individual assessment, coaching and personal development processes.
She has worked successfully with a range of individuals e.g Judges, Finance professionals, Call centre staff, Building Inspectors, through to teenagers who are at risk of not fulfilling their potential. Lindsay works comfortably and effectively with teams or one-to-one.
In recent years, Lindsay has focused on delivering experiential learning with horses. She is also involved with Riding for the Disabled, working directly with the children and supporting them to learn and connect with their riding experience. Lindsay spends her free time with her family and her horses.
Gill has 13 years’ experience working as a facilitator and executive coach in a range of public and private sectors, including Central Government, Local Authorities, energy, construction, telecoms, hi-tech electronic, retail, logistics and health sectors.
Gill is passionate about helping teams and individuals to flourish. She has helped clients make better decisions for themselves and their businesses, develop more effective relationships, manage performance issues, increase self- and other-awareness and broaden their thinking and behavioural styles, manage change and uncertainty, and navigate their career and personal development.
Gill’s first career was in the construction industry, working as a Chartered Landscape Architect, where she spent 15 years in public, private and charity sectors the UK, Australia, Africa and the Seychelles, managing stakeholder relationships on medium to large scale developments.
Gill is a qualified executive coach and MBTI Practitioner, a Master Practitioner in NLP, Timeline Therapy™ and Hypnotherapy, and is a member of the Institute of Leadership & Management, International Coach Federation and Association for Coaching.
Graham’s first career was in the Army where he was involved in leadership development and recognises the role of non-verbal communication for leaders in challenging situations which correlates strongly with the core themes developed in equine facilitated learning.
A keen sportsman, he took up riding and competed at one-day eventing. Graham has been working as a coach for several years and counts himself to be very fortunate in that a niche – Equine Facilitated Coaching and Learning – found him. He is an NLP Practitioner and an accredited coach and a trainer in Facilitation, Coaching and Change Management. Recently a colleague observed “I haven’t seen you ever smile so much since you have been working in this area.”
Aydin has a masters degree in Organisational Behaviour - Human Resources. Having spent 25 years in executive positions in various multinational companies, Aydin is now the Leadchange representative in Istanbul, covering Turkey and that region.
Based on his own executive experiences, his primary motivation is to hold the space for people to experience how vast the land of possibilities is. Aydin developed his EFL through studying both in the UK, USA and Turkey and now delivers a strong blend experiential coaching backed up by his considerable commercial business experience.
In addition he is a consultant on re-structuring, sales, marketing and business development. He has level 1 & 2 certification on Animal Assisted Interventions from Amsterdam Autism Academy, which has been a magnificent opportunity to learn how much horses can help “us all” heal and heal in all means. He has two books -published in Turkish- “Free Spirit” and “Horse – The Human Whisperer”.
An experienced accredited Leadership Coach in the corporate and executive environment, Heather has used her skills as a change management consultant, qualified counsellor and NLP practitioner to deliver training to a wide variety of audiences nationwide and has delivered key presentations at international conferences.
Now working as a Leadership and Personal Development Equine Facilitated Learning Coach, Heather uses her in depth understanding of the public sector and educational systems to promote organisational approaches that support individuals and teams to be physically energised, mentally focussed and emotionally aware so they perform at their very best.
Heather has been so inspired by the impact of this work that she now has an abiding passion to proactively introduce the benefits of equine assisted learning to as many people as possible – from children and young people to adults in need and has subsequently become the CEO of HorseHeard , a LeadChange Charity.
Christine is a qualified Coach and works with both individuals and organisations on personal and professional development programmes. She is a Certified Master Practitioner of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) and a Certified NLP Coach.
Her background is in Further Education, the last twelve as a Manager with responsibility for the College’s Business Centre, part-time adult programme and work-based learning programme. This experience is relevant to the work she is now doing as Coach particularly in the area of leadership development.
A published author – a book about confidence based on the work she has carried out both with individuals and in group workshops.
She has been witness to some amazing changes and achievements by her clients, through the intervention of coaching, and is passionate about helping others be the best they can be.
Christine is a trained LeadChange EFL facilitator and is keen to share the benefits of experiential learning with horses.
A horse owner for over twenty years, Christine rides regularly but also enjoys caring for and playing with her horses using reward based training techniques.
Kelly has spent over 22 years within human resources, management development and training in many sectors including not for profit, care, retail, engineering, distribution, agriculture, automotive and public sector.
A successful people manager within corporate life she managed management, behavioural and technical development and training departments. As a business and HR consultant she has been working with a variety of organisations covering leadership, people management, occupational assessment, organisational design, coaching and assessment as well as carrying out problem solving and project management roles and cultural and employee research.
Kelly has also worked with charitable trusts promoting drug and alcohol awareness for counselling teams, carried out personal care and social support roles for the elderly, the disabled and vulnerable adults, volunteer work with foster children and adults with learning difficulties and works regularly with young people through the NEETS related programme since it commenced.
Kelly has studied both business and behaviour in the UK and North America. Her general approach is very practical and her facilitation style is engaging and activity based.
Kelly owns 21 horses of various shapes and sizes and regularly competes around the country in showing, carriage driving and horse agility.
Aleesha is the LeadChange representative in Los Angeles and Southern California. Since leaving a background in corporate finance and sales, she has pursued a career in the equestrian industry, making a name for herself as a riding coach and horse trainer in South Buckinghamshire where she gained her UKCC level 2 coaching qualification.
She trained as a facilitator with LeadChange in 2014 and has worked with both corporate groups and with under 14’s through HorseHeard.
In 2016, Aleesha relocated to Los Angeles, California where she works with LeadChange, and as a wild mustang trainer! She has one young horse of her own that lives with her parents in the south of France.