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Patrick Fearon

Patrick Fearon

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Qualified Coach through the Meyler Campbell Business Coach Programme. Director, Corporate Coaching and Consultancy Limited; Director and co-founder SineMuris Limited.

Coaching language: English

Patrick has 15 years experience as an Executive Coach, focused on Leadership Development and Career Change. His own career has been one of change and international development. He started his career as a banker at JP Morgan in New York, London and Brussels, before being recruited to be Managing Director of a commodities trader, where he put together and managed brokerage teams. As an Executive Search Consultant at both Russell Reynolds in London and at TASA International in London and Hong Kong, where he was Managing Director for Asia, he worked with organisations and executives at key moments of transition. In his current coaching work he is focused on working with executives to be more effective as they develop their careers.

Patrick currently works with MBAs, EMBAs and alumni of a number of major Business Schools in the UK and France. Much of that work involves helping his coaching clients to identify and effect the changes they wish to make in their career, either through promotion within their own organization, or through a change of company and/or role, and to coach them through the process of effecting that change. He has also provided workshops on CV preparation.

In addition, Patrick coaches executives from a broad range of corporations, which range in size from major multinationals to SMEs and start-ups. The seniority levels of his coaching clients vary from C-suite to new management. The topics to be coached are for the clients to decide, and cover a broad range of issues from the creation and implementation of strategy, to improving day-to-day skills, such as communication and delegation.

As a coach, Patrick considers his role to be to provide a calm space, that will enable those who work with him to think through what they want to do next, or how they might improve the way they are currently doing business. His coaching style is to question, challenge and listen very carefully, not only to what is being said, but even more importantly, what is not being said.