Kimberley Rayman is a Client Director, Senior Leadership Consultant and Executive Coach at CoachAdviser. Kimberley’s role brings together her deep skills and experience over 20 years of coaching, consulting and programme management.
Kimberley has been coaching for over 13 years, and uses a range of coaching techniques, combined with insights and advice, to help her individual clients achieve their goals. She specialises in areas such as leadership styles and effectiveness, transitions, gravitas, leading change, and challenging conversations. As a team coach, Kimberley works with Senior Leadership Teams to support them in clarifying their purpose and roles, co-creating goals, and improving team dynamics and effectiveness.
Kimberley leads consulting projects, particularly in the areas of leadership development, collaboration and culture, to drive transformation. Kimberley has trained hundreds of leaders to coach and mentor others, and is Lead Faculty on both our open and in-house accredited courses, which receive consistently excellent feedback. As an executive education facilitator, Kimberley has led sessions on all aspects of leadership development, including being a faculty member teaching on the Executive MBA at Rochester Bern university.
Kimberley has experience of working with leaders and teams from corporate, public sector and non-profit organisations, including BT, NHS, GSK, VSO, WWF, Electronic Arts, World Bank, professional services firms, and on executive education programmes at Duke Corporate Education and the London School of Economics.
Kimberley has a broad range of experience in leading and delivering complex change programmes. At Accenture, she managed cross-functional collaborative teams to deliver IT, business and change consulting across many different industry groups and geographies. Kimberley also seconded to Accenture’s not-for-profit arm to lead organisational change programmes for NGOs in South America and SE Asia. At the Natural History Museum, Kimberley brought together two areas with differing cultures, research scientists and public offer, to work together for a common purpose – to make the museum’s extensive research visible and accessible to the public, and enable scientists to better collaborate and communicate.
Kimberley has a degree in Natural Sciences from Cambridge University, is accredited as a Senior Practitioner in Coaching and Mentoring with the European Mentoring and Coaching Council and is a member of the International Coach Federation.