Su Prentice - Mindful Coaching
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Su Prentice - FCIPD, MAC

Su is a Professional Development Consultant, a qualified Coach/Mentor and the Managing Director of Mindful Coaching Ltd.   Su has successfully Coached, Mentored and Trained countless business and personal clients as well as family and friends for over 20 years.   Su's focus is on supporting organisations and individuals to achieve fulfilment and success.   She has always worked in the people industry and predominately worked for The Urquhart Partnership as a Development Consultant and Coach.  Su has carried out consultancy work across all industries and all sizes ranging from SME's (small & medium enterprises) to major operators as well as private individuals.

Association for Coaching member

What makes Su different?

"I'm not focused on building me or my business “it’s all about you!”.  Life's complicated enough and I believe in keeping it flexible, fresh and focused."   Su is  an enthusiastic and skilled communicator and her style is professional, friendly, conversational  and relaxed.   She is passionate about providing a first-class service with long term success.    

Su holds a  post-graduate Diploma in Personnel Management (CIPD), a Certificate in Coaching & Mentoring (Oxford Brookes University/CIPD) and a COSCA Certificate in Counselling Skills.   Su is also Level A and Level B Accredited in Psychometric Testing.

A Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, Su is also a Member of the Association for Coaching where she currently serves as a Team Member in the Aberdeen Branch.

Su lives in Aberdeen with her husband, two daughters and Tigger the cat.   In her spare time she enjoys entertaining, music and catching up with friends, preferably over a nice glass of wine!

"Su was an excellent mentor and provided a good sounding board for me to explore my own thoughts and stances on issues and circumstances in a way that I would not have done in the past.  The coaching process was an enlightening and most enjoyable experience, and I thank Su for making it so."  S Bain, Aberdeen.