Sarah Utley is a coach and People & Culture leader who understands what it takes to build and sustain healthy organisation cultures.
Sarah has a passion for building inclusive cultures where people can be themselves, share their personal stories and feel connected to the mission of the company, their colleagues and leaders, leading to high engagement and performance.
Sarah brings together her career in People & Culture over the past 20 years to offer coaching for individuals and teams to transform their personal and professional lives through greater confidence, resilience and mindset awareness. This is backed up by her Professional certificate in Business and Personal Coaching through Barefoot and her membership of the International Coaching Federation and accreditation at ACC level. She has also been a member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development for over two decades.
Sarah has regular coach supervision.
Passion for normalising conversations about menopause
Working primarily with women in their mid to late careers who are experiencing menopause symptoms, Sarah's coaching enables women to live alongside menopause with more ease and continue to thrive at work.
Sarah’s mission is to build an ecosystem of like-minded people working in the space of menopause transition to build a stronger advocacy for change to normalise conversations about menopause.
Sarah runs The Menopause Collective – a podcast for women bringing together expert advice, personal stories, and insights from leading specialists in coaching, training and advocacy on womens' health and career during the menopause transition
" Sarah is a patient, calm and reflective coach and made space without leaving uncomfortable silences and checked out from the beginning what kind of coaching I needed/wanted. I felt safe in our interactions and knew that I could be open and honest. I feel that something fundamental has shifted in me, I feel more able to tackle tasks calmly instead of becoming anxious/overwhelmed at having too much to do. " - educational psychologist