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WOMBA is an organisational and executive coaching practice that specialises in building trust and inclusion. We work alongside executive teams to understand the experience of employee groups and respond with coaching depth and practical support.

Our mission

We help organisations become more inclusive to accelerate performance and culture change, especially during times of flux. We provide coaching depth and practical support where it will make the most difference.

How we work

Tailored solutions that work for you

Practical, professional and psychological support

A collaborative approach


Daughters – how to avoid working an extra 37 years

As reported by the BBC today on International Women’s Day 2021, if women increased their pension contributions at the start of their careers by 5%, they could close the £100,000 pension gap that currently exists between them and their male peers. To achieve ‘retirement parity’, Scottish Widows points out there…
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Let’s take a right turn this International Women’s Day

There’s some positive news to celebrate on #IWD2021. But just before I get to that – let me ask you: Is it more important to ‘do things right‘ or ‘do the right things‘? At WOMBA we see first-hand the energy and effort of organisations to become more gender equal. And…
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Managing our emotional responses in emotional times

These are uncertain, unprecedented and disorientating times. All of these words are over-used, but they do describe the world we’re living in. From our coaching with working parents we’re hearing how they’re feeling overwhelmed. I can relate to this. Some days I feel resilient and “I’ve got this”, only to…
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