Jeffrey Wotherspoon

Certified PCC & AC Executive & Leadership Coach, Trainer & Facilitator


Jeffrey Wotherspoon is an Executive and Leadership Coach, with accreditations from both the International Coaches Federation (ICF) at a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) level and the Association for Coaching (AC) at a Professional Executive Coach level. He is also an International Trainer, and Conflict Resolution Specialist with a Psychology BSc (Hons).
Jeffrey’s work centres around providing solutions for individuals, organisations and systems that bridge the gap from where they are to where they want to be.


Jeffrey is experienced in the field of coaching and training. He works with a full range of professional roles from C- Suite to those early on in their careers. He also works across the private, public, and voluntary sectors with clients such as Sony Music Entertainment, Capital One, National Education Union (NEU), London & Quadrant Group (L&Q Group), and multiple Local authorities across England & Wales.
Jeffrey also uses his time to coach those who would not ordinarily have access to coaching e.g., young men in prison and underrepresented young women. In addition, Jeffrey is active in a range of pro bono roles, sitting on the Advisory Board for ‘Culture at Work’- a leading global Coaching company that offers Coach Training to Senior Executives worldwide; and as a Trustee for two charities ‘Peer Power’ and Jubilee ‘Primary School’.
In summary, Jeffrey uses his skills in connecting with people and his passion for developing potential to enable those he works with to become the best versions of themselves.


- Executive Performance Coach: Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM)
- Professional Certified Coach (PCC) with the International Coaches Federation (ICF)
- Professional Executive Coach with the Association for Coaching (AC)
- Organisational Relationship Systems Coach (ORSC - CRR Global)
- Performance Coaching for Leadership: Coaching Supervision (ILM)
- ProQual Level 4 Award in the Instruction of Managing the Risk of Aggressive and Challenging Behaviour in the Workplace
- High Risk Conflict Resolution Specialist: National Open College Network (Level 3)


- Media & Entertainment
- Technology
- Pharmaceutical & Biotech
- Engineering
- Financial Services
- Non-profit
- Social Business
- Education
- Human Resources
- Criminal Justice
- Hospitality
- Public Transport
- Freight Transport
- Health
- Civil Service
- Property
- Financial Services
- Sports


- Bachelor of Science (Bsc) Psychology Brunel University


- High Potential Employees
- New Managers
- C-Suite Executives
- Mid-level Managers
- Graduate Students
- Senior Managers
- Directors
- Young Offenders
- Not in Education, Employment or Training
- High-risk / At risk Young people
- Underrepresented women
- Freelancers/ Self-employed

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