Carole-Ann Jones

Associate

Carole-Ann Jones had an extensive career in a variety of Human Resource and people development roles within Unilever, giving her a broad understanding of group dynamics.

Her approach to work is based on building strong relationships with people in order to understand the context in which they operate and what motivates them. She supports individuals along their journey exploring together their purpose in life and their route to achieving their goals and ambitions.

Having worked in both cross functional and intercultural teams on major transformational projects, she has a broad understanding of group dynamics.

Following a career break to raise her family she has embarked upon a career in one-to-one development and holds an MSc in Coaching and Mentoring at Sheffield Hallam University. Her dissertation explored the transformational impact of a Whole Person Learning approach to coaching and mentoring in an organisational setting.

Carole-Ann has been with Oasis since 2011. She is a co-facilitator on the Real Leaders programme and the Coaching and Mentoring with Head, Heart and Soul programme.

One-to-One Development

Carole-Ann’s motivation for helping people achieve their potential has developed through an extensive career gained in a variety of Human Resource and people development roles within Unilever.

Having worked in both cross functional and intercultural teams on major transformational projects, she has a broad understanding of group dynamics. By focusing on both individual and team development through coaching and collaboration she has contributed to the success of a variety of high performing teams.

Her approach to work is based on building strong relationships with people in order to understand the context in which they operate and what motivates them. Her role is to support individuals along their journey exploring together their purpose in life and their route to achieving their goals and ambitions.

My personal journey towards self-employment has given me first-hand experience of making a significant career transition. I have found the process uplifting, enlightening and at times scary.

In her spare time Carole-Ann enjoys spending time with her family and she has a love of the countryside and outdoor pursuits such as walking in the Dales. She enjoys running and uses the time as an opportunity for self-coaching, being fully aware of what it means to go the extra mile!