Christoffer de Graal
Chris believes we can all work at our best, but it requires a mind-set shift and strategies that are a close match with how we think. He also believes we need to be able to navigate and discuss the often unspoken limiting rules, behaviours and environment we may face in today’s workplace. Chris has built his career in helping people from all walks of life discover, understand and implement best practice changes.He is a coach, facilitator and musician with over 20 years experience in both personal development and group coaching.
Neurodiversity- ADHD, Autism, Aspergers, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia (DCD), Mental health (corporate stress/anxiety, depression), Bipolar Disorder, OCD and impact from Physical health conditions, (e.g. CFS, ME, , MS, Fibromyalgia) epilepsy, working with disabled people and d/Deaf people.
Institute of Leadership & Management (ILM) certified as a Relational Dynamic Coach. Master Practioner of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP).
Christoffer is a senior coach with extensive experience of Neurodiversity Work Support (Strategy Coach, Neurodiversity Trainer, Workplace Needs Assessor). He has personal experience of Access to Work as an employee and as a manager. He works with Senior Managers and staff in National and Multinational companies (including Ernst and Young, Lloyds, Atkins) and with PhD candidates, senior managers and employees in Universities, Local Authorities, the NHS, national and local charities, factory shop floor workers, and self-employed people.