Nicola Campbell is an executive coach and mentor. Since 1988 she has specialised in leadership development and transformation in the business and health communities. Together with her colleagues she has established a strong presence and expertise in putting together and facilitating Leadership Development Programmes that embed coaching cultures as the vehicle to achieve remarkable results.
"One of the most powerful things was the frequent ‘aha’ moments I experienced throughout the process when working with Nicola. These shifts in perspective opened up new ways of seeing myself, and it changed the way I approach my work and work relationships. As a strongly value-driven person, coaching helped me to work more effectively with others with different values, ultimately improving my relationships. Nicola’s take to coaching is truly holistic and considers the whole person. It has helped me articulate my professional vision and future direction, which I am now bringing to life. Uncovering such a deep sense of purpose has been truly transformative. I’m far more present in my work, and more comfortable letting go of control to simply face what comes up in the moment."
— Vicki Evans (Programme Manager in Health and Philanthropy)
It’s Nicola’s firm belief that growth and development intrinsically want to manifest. Most people would rather shine at work and life than be dulled by it. She encourages you in your own development and in developing others to be informed by all aspects of life and self: body, spirit, mind, emotions and your environment.
She is a Certified in Professional Coaching and Mentoring with Global Resonance, and holds a formal certification from the Deep Coaching Institute – an Enneagram-based advanced coach training school, facilitator of the Spirited Leaders Smart and Soul Programmes, programme coach for Leadership New Zealand and trustee for Ecomatters. Her continuing study in leadership development, jungian psychology along with the integration of an Enneagram-based approach to the practice of presence embodied change means she draws on a broad base in order to work with the unique needs of the individual.