...The road to high performance and low stress
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About Sarah Alexander
Sarah Alexander Founder, Business Adviser, Coach and Workshop Facilitator
This is a short clip of Sarah’s interview on How to Minimise Stress and Increase Productivity, The full interview can be seen here.
Testimonial: Wow, just wow… I really enjoyed it and you come across completely as the brilliant lady you are, professionally and personally… thank you”. Sue.Barnes. In-Toto
Sarah is passionate about supporting business professionals in undergoing personal transformation whilst achieving results within their career.
Formerly, Sarah was a professional dressage rider running a small equestrian centre for twelve years. During that time, Sarah turned around a failing business and generated a consistently profitable ‘high-end’ concern that thrived through economic recession when other similar companies were failing. Before selling that business in 2001, she learnt first-hand the tools of visualisation, mindfulness, sports psychology, NLP and other development techniques to achieve her own best performance and inspire that in others.
Since then, Sarah has combined these techniques with the latest neuroscience and worked successfully with people on the international stage including entrepreneurs, actors, sports professionals and a winner of the prestigious PGA Golf Championships. She has also taught leadership development programmes for Shell and other multinationals in the UK, Europe and the Far East.
Sarah has written many articles for magazines and national newspapers including The Financial Times, The Daily Telegraph, The Daily Mail, The Daily Express and the Huffington Post. She has also spoken regularly on the radio. She is the author of Spiritual Intelligence in Leadership and Spiritual Intelligence in Business.
Sarah runs a monthly networking breakfast called ‘Breakfasts That Inspire’ and is the Training Officer for Godalming and District Chamber of Commerce.
Sarah has a strong network of experience colleagues to support her role and cover many other areas of expertise.