Episode 4 // Jodie Gibbens: Professional Perspectives

March 7, 2019

Jodie Gibbens is the founder of leading London executive coach consultancy, Aesara Partners. She works with top executives, both male and female, who are looking to re-think their careers and advises on the total value they bring to their working life, not just their CV. Her practical advice and personal guidance, and her radical views on the workplace gender war makes for a must-listen.

Jodie’s Bio:

Jodie’s Executive Coaching style is distinctively pragmatic and passionate. She brings inspiration and methodology that creates the belief and capability to achieve sustainable results. She has a great personal understanding of leadership, change management and strategic thinking built on a 25-year career spanning global markets. Before training as an Executive Coach, Jodie’s career was focused on strategy, communications, and marketing. Based in Asia for seven years and then in the UK as Marketing Director of investment bank CLSA, then part of Credit Lyonnais Group, covering 24 markets across Asia, Latin America, and CEMEA. Following this she established an international consultancy for financial and professional services in 2000 which merged with Fin International in 2002 — working with HSBC, ABN AMRO, GE to name a few. Her capability as an Executive Coach is underpinned by her cumulative years of business and leadership experience and her enthusiasm for collaborative thinking.

Jodie trained as an executive coach with Chester University in the UK in 2008. She is a founder of Aesara Partners heading the UK operations, working across many countries and a variety of sectors including Multinationals, FMCGs, Investment and Corporate Banks, Publishing and Alternatives. In addition to one-to-one coaching, Jodie has built a strong reputation delivering High-Performance Team & Board Coaching, Authentic Leadership Development, and Culture Transformation Programmes.