|| Eve believes that her 3 careers – as a musician, in the BBC and now in coaching - have led her to Time To Think as the instinctive approach that fits with her philosophy on life. She has been working as a coach since 2004 initially alongside a role as a senior leader in the BBC running a division of 250 staff through times of intense change. Eve has done extensive training in leadership (MBA) and coaching and supervision (an MSc and postgraduate diploma) and gained the status of Accredited Master Executive Coach (AC - Association for Coaching and APECS - Association for Profession Executive Coaching and Supervision) and accredited coach supervisor (APECS and EMCC – European Mentoring and Coaching Council). At the heart of her work lies the belief that by providing the right conditions such as generative attention, listening and really hearing what people say, the change that follows can be truly transformational for clients and those around them. Eve has delivered around 2,500 hours of coaching and 800 hours of supervision and does a lot of work in a voluntary capacity for the coaching professional bodies and some charities. She continues to marvel that she gets paid to do what she loves - working with a diverse range of public and private sector clients from team leader to CEO/chairperson!