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From Exhausted to Strategic

Happy Teams ★ Reclaimed Time ★ Remarkable Results


Executive coaching and strategy advice for senior leaders

Leading an organisation or team can be incredibly demanding, leaving little time or energy to identify the right priorities and see the bigger picture clearly. But with the right guidance it is possible to flourish as a leader, and make a meaningful difference in the world.


As an executive coach and strategy adviser, I guide senior leaders like you to find their strategic focus, empower their teams and regain control over their time. Together, we'll navigate the complexities of your role, freeing you up to focus on your priorities and achieve your goals with confidence and ease.


With my deep expertise in strategy and leading change, I'll guide you to reflect on your personal accelerators and overcome the sticking points holding you back. By gaining insights into the ways you're currently working and taking purposeful action, you'll become a confident and strategic leader who leads happy teams to remarkable results.

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 Juliet Corbett MA(Cantab) MBA MCIOF 

Ready to go from exhausted to strategic?


I'm excited to announce that I'll be launching a new podcast in Spring 2024. But I've been podcasting since 2020, and have published over 170 episodes of my award winning Independent School Podcast. So while we wait (with bated breath?!) for the new podcast to launch, here are some of the most popular recent episodes from The Independent School Podcast for you to listen in to...


Client voices

"Juliet has been really stimulating to work with. She was quick to understand us as an organisation and form strong working relationships. We have been able to find a sharper focus for our thinking, and identify the key areas that will make a difference for us. I would strongly recommend Juliet to other schools, and am a great fan of her podcasts."

Alex Hems, Head of Foundation, Aldenham Foundation

"Juliet helped the management team to engage in strategic thinking and not be over-awed by it. She also helped me as the Head to involve the management team and then staff and stakeholders in strategy discussions. As a result we are clearer in our direction of travel, and have greater confidence in co-creating a strategy with stakeholders. This should build greater buy-in and impact with the actions we subsequently take."

Ben Figgis, Head, Ardingly College

"The amount that Juliet was able to move us forward in one day was invaluable. She fully grasped our complex organisation, showing that she could make the leap from developing strategy for a single school to analysing the complex system leadership required within a MAT. I would absolutely recommend Juliet to other MATs, I can truly see the value that she brings to the wider system."

Cathie Paine, Chief Executive Officer, REAch2 Academy Trust

"Juliet is excellent at giving us concrete advice on the next steps forward in securing an exciting future for Mount Kelly amid challenging times. She facilitates intellectual reflection and then puts answers in front of us which form a clear and achievable roadmap. Juliet adds real value in her work and I have no hesitation in thoroughly recommending her."

Guy Ayling, Head Master, Mount Kelly

“Juliet was fantastic to work with: clear, insightful and thoughtful but not judgemental. Her strategy development process was robust and easy to follow, with great observations from Juliet and clear action points at the end. She did not sit on the fence with her opinions, which was very beneficial to us. There was no waffle and no long discussion without any outcome. We came away with better understanding of the strategy process and some clear actions to take forward.”

Louise Hall, Chair of Governors, Sherborne Girls

"I have referred many people to Juliet! Having been a practitioner Juliet understands the constant juggle between operational delivery in a busy school vs the long term necessity for impactful strategic development. She is a realist but also pushes back and doesn't allow empty excuses. She makes her clients want to do better and want to do more. She is a positive, calm force for good, and for change, in an industry that is still not well understood."

Rachael Henshilwood, Director of Partnerships and Development, St Edward's School, Oxford

"Juliet is an amazing listener and takes time to understand the context before sharing her insight or suggestions. This means she can get straight to the crux of issues rather than being distracted by any peripheral aspects. She also is very good at separating out organisational, structural and individual dimensions of challenges/situations. I think she is an outstanding coach and professional advisor."

Sam Davies, former Head of Philanthropy & Alumnae Engagement, Girls' Day School Trust

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