Anne Wolff is now approaching 10 years experience as a leadership development coach, Anne works with leaders in a broad range of organisations including technology, fashion, finance and non-profits. She encourages her clients to see themselves in the context of the whole organisational system and to embrace uncertainty and complexity to develop themselves and empower
Building on her Masters degree Anne has completed further certifications in Systemic Coaching and is accredited in the Global Leadership Profile (for which she is also a scorer) and the Leadership Circle Profile.
Graduating from Cambridge University with a degree in Economics, Anne’s early career was in finance; qualifying as a Chartered Accountant with PwC and moving into international
commercial banking and venture capital.
As Vice President in the Credit Examination department of Bank of America she led teams assessing the credit quality of the bank’s
commercial portfolio in the Pacific Northwest of the USA.
On returning to the UK after 14 years overseas in the USA and Japan, Anne completed a Masters degree in Coaching and Behavioural Change at Henley Business School (University of Reading). With her international background (speaking Swedish, French and Japanese) she chose to focus her research on the impact of language and cultural differences on trust in multinational teams and draws on this research to work with groups and teams to build cultural competence and language awareness.