Alison Temperley is an associate of Development Potential whilst also running her own successful consultancy business.
She works with organisations, teams and individuals to help them achieve success, however they define it. Her work includes executive coaching, facilitation, the design and delivery of development workshops, assessment centres and lecturing. Her approach is to support and challenge, working closely with her clients to provide practical development solutions that meet their needs.
Alison’s work looks at how to develop and release the potential of individuals, teams and organisations but she brings to this work a background with a strong business focus. After taking an Economics degree she qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1988 with PricewaterhouseCoopers. She led large client assignments in the UK and overseas with the firm. Alison became Head of Career Development for the PwC tax and legal practice across Europe, the Middle East and Africa before leaving the firm in 2001.
Alison has worked in personal and professional development for two decades, lectured in Financial Accounting, Economics and Tax in the UK and overseas and written articles for The Observer and The Yorkshire Post. She has an MA in Organisational Consulting examining psychology at work in organisations at the individual, team and organisational level from the Tavistock. She is an accredited MBTI practitioner and Centaur trainer. Alison is also a panel member for the British Psychoanalytic Council’s Ethics Committee and a member of the Association for Coaching.