Expansion Coaching

Integrated Heart-Head Leadership

When you are energised and excited by what you do, and find meaning and purpose in it, you integrate head and heart and bring your full self to everything you do.

Gráinne McAnallen

Integrated Heart-Head Leadership

I’m an executive coach, focused on supporting others to live in alignment with their heads and their hearts, by helping them to find joy, fulfilment and success at work.

I achieved a considerable degree of career success at an early age, joining a start-up business in a start-up industry which experienced a tidal wave of growth. 

I spent twelve years in the role of “walking chequebook”, writing cheques for between $10mn and 150mn, and was ultimately responsible for $1.6bn. During this time the start-up business I joined grew from 14 to 250 people, from one office to six and from $100mn to $16bn under management. I transferred from London to New York to establish a presence on the ground there and built my own investment team.

By the time I was in my mid-30s, I was ready for something different and decided to train as an executive coach.

In my role as Analyst-Portfolio Manager-Seed Investor, I had performed due diligence on over a thousand investment opportunities and in every investment I made, I saw the potential to become an industry leader.

However, inevitably the stats played out; some failed, most were in a range of average and a small number of funds excelled. Having done the due diligence myself, I knew this difference in performance was neither attributable to experience nor skillset. All had equivalent expertise. 

I’ve spent the last 20 years seeking to understand what constitutes that difference. Over that period, I’ve completed two coach trainings, become an MBTI practitioner, studied physiology, psychology and neuroscience. I’ve learned from Yogis, Shamans and academics about consciousness and adult development theory. 

My conclusion is that we are all conditioned by our life experiences and by those of our families and cultures to hold certain beliefs about ourselves. This is the concept of unconscious bias; mental programming around who you are, what you are capable of and, perhaps most importantly, what you deserve.

To the extent that you can reveal that conditioning, making the unconscious conscious, you become free to see yourself as you are. As your perception of you and your circumstances change, so too does your perception of what you are capable of. You become more aware of limiting beliefs and self-sabotaging behaviours and can make more conscious choices.

If you are ready to explore who you are, to free yourself from your own conditioning and be guided by your own happiness, email me to explore how we might work together and/or follow me on LinkedIn to get information and practices that can support your exploration.

I look forward to being a resource on your journey.

Warmly,

Grainne.

Grainne McAnallen

Work With Me

Gráinne McAnallen

Integrated Heart-Head Leadership

Grainne McAnallen

Work With Me

Gráinne McAnallen

Integrated Heart-Head Leadership

I’m an executive coach, focused on supporting others to live in alignment with their heads and their hearts, by helping them to find joy, fulfilment and success at work.

I achieved a considerable degree of career success at an early age, joining a start-up business in a start-up industry which experienced a tidal wave of growth. 

I spent twelve years in the role of “walking chequebook”, writing cheques for between $10mn and 150mn, and was ultimately responsible for $1.6bn. During this time the start-up business I joined grew from 14 to 250 people, from one office to six and from $100mn to $16bn under management. I transferred from London to New York to establish a presence on the ground there and built my own investment team.

By the time I was in my mid-30s, I was ready for something different and decided to train as an executive coach.

In my role as Analyst-Portfolio Manager-Seed Investor, I had performed due diligence on over a thousand investment opportunities and in every investment I made, I saw the potential to become an industry leader.

However, inevitably the stats played out; some failed, most were in a range of average and a small number of funds excelled. Having done the due diligence myself, I knew this difference in performance was neither attributable to experience nor skillset. All had equivalent expertise. 

I’ve spent the last 20 years seeking to understand what constitutes that difference. Over that period, I’ve completed two coach trainings, become an MBTI practitioner, studied physiology, psychology and neuroscience. I’ve learned from Yogis, Shamans and academics about consciousness and adult development theory. 

My conclusion is that we are all conditioned by our life experiences and by those of our families and cultures to hold certain beliefs about ourselves. This is the concept of unconscious bias; mental programming around who you are, what you are capable of and, perhaps most importantly, what you deserve.

To the extent that you can reveal that conditioning, making the unconscious conscious, you become free to see yourself as you are. As your perception of you and your circumstances change, so too does your perception of what you are capable of. You become more aware of limiting beliefs and self-sabotaging behaviours and can make more conscious choices.

If you are ready to explore who you are, to free yourself from your own conditioning and be guided by your own happiness, email me to explore how we might work together and/or follow me on LinkedIn to get information and practices that can support your exploration.

I look forward to being a resource on your journey.

Warmly,

Grainne.

Gráinne McAnallen

Integrated Heart-Head Leadership

Grainne McAnallen

Work With Me

Gráinne McAnallen

Integrated Heart-Head Leadership

I’m an executive coach, focused on supporting others to live in alignment with their heads and their hearts, by helping them to find joy, fulfilment and success at work.

I achieved a considerable degree of career success at an early age, joining a start-up business in a start-up industry which experienced a tidal wave of growth. 

I spent twelve years in the role of “walking chequebook”, writing cheques for between $10mn and 150mn, and was ultimately responsible for $1.6bn. During this time the start-up business I joined grew from 14 to 250 people, from one office to six and from $100mn to $16bn under management. I transferred from London to New York to establish a presence on the ground there and built my own investment team.

By the time I was in my mid-30s, I was ready for something different and decided to train as an executive coach.

In my role as Analyst-Portfolio Manager-Seed Investor, I had performed due diligence on over a thousand investment opportunities and in every investment I made, I saw the potential to become an industry leader.

However, inevitably the stats played out; some failed, most were in a range of average and a small number of funds excelled. Having done the due diligence myself, I knew this difference in performance was neither attributable to experience nor skillset. All had equivalent expertise. 

I’ve spent the last 20 years seeking to understand what constitutes that difference. Over that period, I’ve completed two coach trainings, become an MBTI practitioner, studied physiology, psychology and neuroscience. I’ve learned from Yogis, Shamans and academics about consciousness and adult development theory. 

My conclusion is that we are all conditioned by our life experiences and by those of our families and cultures to hold certain beliefs about ourselves. This is the concept of unconscious bias; mental programming around who you are, what you are capable of and, perhaps most importantly, what you deserve.

To the extent that you can reveal that conditioning, making the unconscious conscious, you become free to see yourself as you are. As your perception of you and your circumstances change, so too does your perception of what you are capable of. You become more aware of limiting beliefs and self-sabotaging behaviours and can make more conscious choices.

If you are ready to explore who you are, to free yourself from your own conditioning and be guided by your own happiness, email me to explore how we might work together and/or follow me on LinkedIn to get information and practices that can support your exploration.

I look forward to being a resource on your journey.

Warmly,

Grainne.