Dr Sandrine Alegre SFHEA Senior Lecturer
Member of the University of Bath internal coaching network
Since 2016, Sandrine has been coaching staff at the university from academic and professional services on a wide range of topics. Sandrine is passionate about coaching as she strongly believes that it can make a positive difference in our professional life. Sandrine also supports the Workforce Development team as an Accredited Strengthscope Practitioner.
Specific areas of interest in relation to coaching:
- Managing changes
- Building relationships (managing teams, difficult relationships)
- Motivation and confidence
- Returning to work after a long absence
- Changing career path
- Developing leadership skills
- Intercultural coaching
- Wellbeing and work/life balance
Sandrine has been working in Higher Education in the UK and abroad for over 20 years. Her main focus is on teaching and learning, training, developing and mentoring staff. Over time her role has changed and she transferred from a role with focus on research/teaching path to her current role with focus on a management/teaching path which has given her the opportunity to gain new skills and knowledge in management and coaching/mentoring.
Her experience as a Coach mainly focuses on helping people unlock their potential, feeling energised in their work place, dealing with difficult situations or changes and building relationships. In other words, enhancing well-being and performance in the work domain. Other topics that arise very frequently are also self-confidence, motivation, fear of public speaking/presentation. Sandrine has worked with staff returning to work after a long absence to help them with the transition period.
Sandrine is a member of the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC) UK and EMCC Global.
- ILM Level 5 Certificate in Coaching and Mentoring
- Strengthscope® practitioner
- NLP Practitioner Certificate
- Regular CPD sessions with Sharon Charlton-Thomson, Leadership Coaching
- PhD in Language and Communication Sciences on the concept of Mediation