AoEC Faculty

Ted Campbell
Scotland

Ted Campbell

Ted is Director of, and Principal Coach with, Executive 21, an Edinburgh based executive coaching practice. After more than 20 years in management, including many senior and international roles, he embarked on his coaching career in 2002. As a starting point, he completed the AOEC’s Advanced Practitioner Diploma and specialises in Leadership and Role Transition. He now has a reputation for enabling managers to become leaders, for good leaders to become significantly better and for newly appointed executives to hit the ground running! Ted is also a Team Coach, Coach Supervisor and is currently researching the “value” of executive coaching

Kay Young
Scotland

Kay Young

Based in Scotland, Kay is an executive coach and leadership consultant with public and private sector clients. She has 15 years international senior management experience, including: working at NHS Board Director level; developing high profile executive coaching and leadership development programmes; tutoring for 15 years on a range of MBA programmes. Kay is a highly experienced, professional, and accredited coach; she has gained the Diploma in Advanced Executive Coaching and the Master Coach Practitioner Diploma with the AoEC. She is passionate about learning and human growth; and in working with leaders, to enhance personal, leadership, team and organisational effectiveness. Kay is currently training in gestalt psychotherapy, with Edinburgh Gestalt Institute.

Brigid Russell
Coach

Brigid Russell

Based in Scotland, Brigid is an independent executive coach and consultant working with a range of public and private sector clients across the UK. She has extensive experience over the past 20 years of working with senior teams and leaders. She is focused on the potential value she can add to the development of individuals, teams and organisations and inspired by the potential of change and learning.

She has both the Advanced and Master Practitioner Diplomas in Executive Coaching from the Academy of Executive Coaching and is close to completing the Certificate in Supervision from Bath Consultancy Group. As part of her contribution to the coaching profession, she is now fulfilling in a voluntary capacity the role as Regional Director Scotland (Designate) for EMCC UK.

She began her career as a manager in the National Health Service. After completing a MBA at Manchester Business School in 1995, she worked for the Hay Group as a management consultant for over ten years where she progressed to the position of Associate Director.