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Our coaching is for colleagues and teams at all levels of seniority across healthcare, offering expert guidance and support on working through barriers to personal or team progression and exploring opportunities for growth.

Our qualified and highly experienced coaches can deliver developmental coaching as well as cover a range of specialisms from neighbourhood care development to digital leadership. They will support you to develop strategies and practical steps to help you meet challenges and reach your full potential.

Our coaches have worked closely with NAPC leading the development of neighbourhood care, population health improvement and integrated working over many years. They have worked directly on our programmes, which now cover every integrated care system in the country, to support and empower health and care staff to lead and pioneer change, foster innovation and enable new ways of working to deliver integrated care.

Coaching is available to colleagues at all levels across primary care and the wider health system, from system and trust executive level to members of frontline clinical teams.

Our coaching support is confidential and you will have the opportunity to work closely with your coach to develop your progression plan – all support is bespoke to your needs.

If you are interested in our coaching services, please can you email napc@napc.co.uk and specify if you are interested in team, one to one or executive coaching.

Cheryl McKay
Faculty Member, NAPC

Cheryl has a professional background as a Paediatric Nurse and Health Visitor.  Cheryl has 30 plus years’ experience in bringing about change & transformation across public, private and non-profit sectors. Cheryl can provide bespoke solutions…

Dr Julia Sutton-McGough
Faculty Member, NAPC

Julia has an established record of leading and delivering strategic projects in the pharmaceutical industry, charity sector, business sector and the NHS. She was an executive board member in the charity sector and a non-executive…

Anna Shears
Faculty Member, NAPC

Anna Shears has a wealth of health and social care policy experience gained from her 17 years’ working in a variety of senior roles at the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC). Since 2018…

Liz Howarth
CARE Programme Lead, NAPC

Liz has over 25 years of health and social sector experience in both the public and the private organisations, including positions at board level. Liz has in-depth experience and leadership of working across organisations and…

Joanna Fox
Faculty Member, NAPC

Joanna brings a wealth of experience and knowledge from a business, strategic and project management perspective. She has more than a decade of insight into healthcare, and this has spanned working within and alongside many…

David Relph
Consultant and Coach

David has multi-sector leadership experience spanning the military, environmental and health sectors. After leaving the military he worked at the Carbon Trust on UK government policy on the development of low carbon technology, before joining…

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