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Jacqueline A. Hinds


I have been a licensed Springboard trainer since June 2008 but, my interaction with the Springboard Consultancy spans as far back as 1996 when I attended the programme whilst working for Nat West Bank. At the time I had no idea I was part of a case study (found this out when I got licensed!) The Springboard so impressed me that I yearned to become a licensed trainer and was thrilled when I succeeded years later. My experience of delivering the Springboard Programme is quite eventful. I have successfully delivered the programme within two of the largest NHS Trust mergers [...]

Jacqueline A. Hinds2020-07-08T21:15:16+01:00

Gemma Barlow


Hi, I’m Gemma Barlow, At GO! Train and Develop we deliver a wide range of development courses which include Confidence and Assertiveness, Time Management and Body Language as well as being fully qualified to train First Aid. I met my business partner and now best friend whilst both working as ‘in house’ trainers for a large public sector company. As she had already had lots of involvement with Springboard her animation and love for the programme enthused me to find out more.I am so happy to have qualified alongside my partner as a Springboard trainer, I never knew how much [...]

Gemma Barlow2020-07-08T21:15:17+01:00

Pat Miller


Pat is a qualified coach (ILM7), qualified trainer for 11 years (CertEd) and licensed Springboard trainer with a vast range of experience in coaching, training and development work. Her area of expertise includes developing women and ethnic minority individuals, as well as career and development coaching on a 1-1 basis. She is a qualified MBTI assessor and coach, and has vast experience of delivering team days, development sessions to groups, and leadership training based on emotional intelligence. She developed and is currently delivering a Springboard programme for domestic abuse victims.

Pat Miller2020-07-08T21:15:18+01:00

Martina Proctor


A Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. I teach law. I am also engaged in connecting – researching & facilitating – student learning with their development. Thus I help students develop skills for transitioning into and making the best of their learning experience at higher education through Sprint a ground-breaking personal development programme specially designed for women students.

Martina Proctor2020-07-08T21:15:18+01:00

Maxine Redhall


With a strong reputation as a personal development facilitator, Maxine has been involved in learning and development for over 20 years.  Her background is varied having a strong grounding in public sector developed from her time working with South Yorkshire Police, she now supports people from a wide range of organisations.  These range from FTSE 100 companies through manufacturing, financial sector to  small and growing businesses.  Maxine has spent many years helping companies implement best practice HR processes and specialises in the design and delivery of women’s business programmes.  Whether she is working one to one or addressing a large [...]

Maxine Redhall2020-07-08T21:15:19+01:00

Georgina Pullen


Georgina is committed to the personal development of others, particularly women.  Her passion lies in empowering individuals to be the best they can be and tapping into their potential. She is an experienced trainer with an enthusiastic approach to her development work. With an impressive 25 year track record of delivering top quality training across a variety of government and private sector organisations, both in the UK and Worldwide. She builds rapport and strong relationships with colleagues, clients and participants and has a positive outlook on life, living the values of the Springboard development programme. She joined the Consultancy team [...]

Georgina Pullen2020-07-08T21:15:19+01:00

Corinne Giely


My name is Corinne Giely, I am vegetarian and I’ve practised meditation and yoga for 17 years. My career is as an international executive. Participation in the Springboard women’s development training opened my eyes about the need women have to develop assertivity and networking in order to maintain a good work life balance. Our presence at the top in corporations and society to lead projects and teams is essential to build equity and stimulate other women to get financial independence, dignity, power and inspire the girls to follow our steps in sectors labelled masculine like technology and engineering. Through my [...]

Corinne Giely2020-07-08T21:15:20+01:00
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