Jennifer May

London, NW3
07852 142303 07852 142303

About me

I specialise in performance coaching for people with unmet potential, either in life or the workplace, and I'm an avid and passionate practitioner of life 'design', using design-led thinking for social design.

As a holistic practitioner, I will encourage you to consider a systemic approach to understand the complexity of your life, as well as focusing in on practical and actionable methods to improve life or the workplace.

Training, qualifications & experience

  • Qualified at Henley Business School
  • Trained and accredited in social design-led thinking
  • Over 10 years experience in senior positions in top-tier companies
  • Mentor and coach for within large corporate organisations and start-up environments

Ability to facilitate 121 and group coaching sessions, in social or workplace environments.

Keynote speaker.


Free phone consultation.

1/2 price chemistry session (initial face to face meeting).

Block bookings of 3-6 sessions generally recommended, at £200 per hour.

Concessions can be made for those starting new businesses, or discounts for volume bookings.

Bespoke packages available.

Further information

  • Developing self.
  • Developing leadership potential.
  • Developing the self. Innovation and entrepreneurial/ new business venture support.
  • Wellness and wellbeing coaching.
  • Reducing stress and anxiety and workplace balance.
  • Confidence and personal development support including speaking professionally.

Type of session

In person
Home visits

Practical details

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Other languages None


Wheelchair user access

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You can contact the life coach to discuss the options available.

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Jennifer May

Jennifer May