Kirsty is an energetic and relatable coach who wants to see people fulfil all aspects of their potential: achieving great results at work and experiencing sustainable happiness and wellbeing. In her 6 years as an Educational and Training Services Officer in the British Army Kirsty realised her passion for challenging the status quo and doing things differently creating the British Army Intrapreneurs’ Network (BrAIN) as a forum to empower more junior service personnel to share their ideas and become agents of change. A protagonist for changing mindsets and behaviours to unlock innovation from within the organisation, her favourite role in the Army was as an instructor on the Potential Officer Development Programme where she designed and delivered training to enhance leadership capacity through a combination of psychological principles and practical skills. Kirsty is now a professional coach having trained with the Academy for Coaching Excellence and is a member of the International Coach Federation. As well as her extensive experience of creating dynamic and engaging learning environments, Kirsty has a Bachelors Degree in Psychology, a Post- Graduate Certificate for Education in Post-Compulsory Education and is currently writing her dissertation for a Masters in Educational Practice and Innovation.