For over 20 years, Megan has designed and delivered training and coaching solutions to enhance individual, team and organisational performance in a broad range of industries and geographies, focussing on the IT, Energy and Pharmaceutical sectors.
Working with RTC
Megan Anderson is an executive coach with RTC Leadership and Coaching. Experienced in delivering strategic leadership development programmes, in both traditional and virtual formats, Megan is skilled at identifying creative solutions for addressing challenging situations. Her warm and direct style works well in coaching individuals and teams identify solutions and achieve their potential. She achieves a good balance between personal development and introspection and practical actionable plans to move forward.
Background and Industry Experience
Megan has worked with leaders and teams in organisations undergoing changes such as leadership development, culture change, mergers and acquisitions, restructuring, outsourcing and enterprise-wide systems for clients in a broad range of industries such as; BP, BAE Systems Applied Intelligence, Pfizer, Astellas, Reliance Industries, Unilever, Dow Chemical, Gilead, Barclays, Marathon Oil and Shell. She is equally comfortable and effective working at senior and board levels as with front line employees. Her honest, direct and practical style has consistently proved very effective in facilitating positive long-term change.
Qualifications and Training
- Megan has extensive international experience having lived in the USA, Africa and the UK.
- She has worked with diverse teams and cultures in over 20 countries addressing the many challenges of cross-cultural team-working and changes in working practices, including increasing the effectiveness of remote and virtual teams.
- She is also particularly skilled at navigating the complexities and conflicts that can exist in these environments and providing clarity and practical solutions to resolve them.
- CCI RTC Leadership & Coaching 2016
- Thomas PPA Accredited Practitioner 2019