Sarah Harvey is an Organisational Development (OD) consultant, training facilitator and executive coach. With over 30 years experience of managing and leading people personally as well as working alongside managers and leaders at all levels, Sarah has experienced the highs and lows of managing people and performance from the perspectives of first line managers through to CEO’s and Board members. Her extensive practical experience has been gained through more than 10 years in senior Human Resources (HR) and leadership roles, followed by running her successful leadership coaching and training practice since 2003.
Sarah holds a Post Graduate (Level 7) CIPD Diploma in Personnel Management and a Post Graduate (Level 7) ILM Diploma in Leadership Mentoring and Executive Coaching.
Prior to setting up her own business, Sarah held a number of HR leadership roles. She was Business and Systems Manager for a large HR service at a time of transformational change and she has also led various cross functional/operational HR teams, Learning and Development services, shared services and data/analytics teams (HRMS).
Sarah was actively involved in volunteer roles with the CIPD, the professional body for HR and people development, for 11 years. She was elected to the Membership and Professional Development Committee of the CIPD Board in 2012 and elected Chair of CIPD Sussex Branch in 2014. Prior to that she was Chair for South East Thames Branch, part of CIPD London from 2008–2012. Other voluntary roles include a 5-year term as a Board Member of a leading mental health and wellbeing charity.
These days, Sarah specializes in coaching individuals and teams using her Savvy Conversations® concept and STREETCREDS® framework. She is author of “Savvy Conversations: A practical framework for effective workplace relationships”. The book shows how to get results and maintain relationships at work, whether the aim is to avoid conflict, plan for important conversations, give more effective feedback, carry out better quality 1-1’s, transform appraisal discussions, resolve differences of opinion or simply get the best from individuals and teams.
Contact Sarah directly to find out more about her Savvy Conversations® approach and how she may support you in your business.
Company Website – https://savvyconversations.co.uk
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