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BY Nicola Semple

Nicola Semple

Nicola Semple helps professional women to create healthy boundaries so they can excel at work and still have a life. Her passion is helping women to get clear on their priorities and develop the inner confidence to live according to their values while using their skills and talents to create a career that fulfils them financially and emotionally.

Nicola is a Certified Mindset Coach, creator of the You Are Enough Coaching Cards, host of The Good Life Well Lived Podcast and the soon to be released (September 2021) The Career Confidence Podcast. She is also the Vice-Chair of Trustees of ESRA, a small charity promoting mental health in the workplace.

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A bit about me

Transformation has been the consistent theme of Nicola’s work. She started her career at Accenture as a Business Change Consultant leading organisational transformation and continued this at KPMG where she became Chief Operating Officer of the Public Sector Advisory business. Nicola then moved into Leadership and Talent Development at Ernst and Young, facilitating transformation through learning. Now with her coaching work, she supports clients through their own personal transformation.

A lifelong learner, Nicola is a Certified Mindset Coach with accreditation in NLP, Timeline Therapy and Hypnosis. She is a Professional Mindfulness Practitioner, holds Level A and B accreditation with the British Psychological Society and has an MSc in Organisational Behaviour and a First Class Honours in International Business and Languages.

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07971 673833

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nicolasemple.com

Originally from Glasgow, Nicola lives in Earlswood, Surrey with her Surinamese Dutch husband, gymnastics mad daughter and street dancing son. She is a confirmed introvert (always to be found in the kitchen at a party), a voracious reader, a keen cook and a very slow swimmer. Nicola loves food and has a weakness for chocolate although is no chocolate snob, she believes there is as much a place in the world for 80% Ecuadorian dark as a treat size Toffee Crisp.

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