Georgina Corscadden is currently CEO of Peak Connexxion Training Group and Director of Imperative Europe (Purpose at Work). She was a Senior Faculty Member and Programme Director with the Irish Management Institute and previously has been Director of training and recruitment at Saatchi & Saatchi, Director at Ogilvy & Mather and Manager at Marks & Spencer. Georgina also had a training consultancy business in London, working with BBC and ITV television in strategic coaching.
Having worked nationally and internationally at CEO, senior and board level both in the private and public sector, Georgina offers a range of perspectives. She has worked closely with Facebook, ABN AMRO, Allianz, Abbott, Boston Scientific, Bayer, Coca Cola, AIB, KPMG, Musgraves, Citigroup, Trinity College Dublin, the Department of Public Enterprise and Reform, the Revenue Commissioners etc. Her expertise, academic grounding and ethical approach to all her endeavours enable her to work within a wide variety of organisations with success. Georgina holds an MBA, BSc (Hons) Psychology and a Diploma in Executive Coaching (Distinction).
Since the late 1980s, Georgina has pioneered ‘best practice’ Women in Leadership programmes in Ireland, UK and Brussels, both in the public and private sector, and initiated the first Diversity Conference in Ireland. She is particularly skilled at connecting with multi-cultural audiences and she has an ongoing active involvement with the RCSI leadership programme in Bahrain and Dubai.
Georgina designed the first Accredited Irish Public Sector Coaching Award and is also credited with bringing “Emotional Intelligence” into Ireland in 1999. She was the first and is still the only Certified “Purpose at Work” coach and trainer in Europe, and is involved in exciting research relating to its science.
In fact, she has an ongoing involvement in research on a range of areas, including Quality of Life for senior and middle managers for RCSI, 360 competency models for managers and a performance coaching model.
Georgina has also published extensively in the national press in UK and Ireland, and is currently writing a book on “Purposeful Leaders”. She is the author of key articles on Coaching, Teams and HR in the 'Irish Management Institute Handbook', an essay on underlying motivations in 'The Handbook of Management' in 2004, and published an e-book in 2011, 'Motivating Others'.
Watch Georgina in action here.