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Lynette Allen

Labelled an ‘Activist’ on Social Media, Lynette’s unrivalled experience in developing women meant that her ‘Increase your Power & Influence’ programmes are now delivered all over the UK and Europe. She works tirelessly to help women recognise and utilise their power in order to influence and direct their personal and professional lives.

As an authority on developing women, Lynette has worked with numerous Women’s Networking groups for companies such as Proctor & Gamble, Bemis, UK Power Networks and MasterCard. Her experience means she has worked with women all over the world on topics surrounding female advancement. Her flagship programme addresses these issues head on and reaches 100’s of women each year.

A sought after speaker, Lynette has taken to the stage all over the UK & Europe talking about her passion for changing the landscape for women especially in the workplace. She has addressed thousands of women, in person and on TV/Radio, following the publication of her first book back in 2004. Lynette speaks on topics to do with how women hold themselves back by giving away their power and how she believes they can take that power right back again.

Lynette is author of 4 books, the latest being a coaching text book - the first book to be written specifically with a focus on how to specialise in coaching women. Her research for ‘How to Coach a Woman’ correlated with her passion for understanding the challenges that women face and how to create environments in which they are free to thrive. Lynette’s books have been translated into 4 languages and are available in bookshops and on Amazon.

An instinctive coach, over her 15 years in the business has developed a reputation of ‘UK’s leading coach for women’. She has worked with 100’s of women across the globe to support them in reaching their professional and self-development goals. Her style is extremely personable, inspiring, and motivating. Her clients change and grow beautifully with her support and sculpt their careers and skills to a much higher level.

Her work takes her all over the world, most notably Europe, although many of her clients are closer to home in London.

Lynette also founded the UK Coaching Partnership which trains professionals to become coaches. Although Lynette’s work means that she is no longer involved in the running of the business, she still joins her team at Cambridge University where her diary allows.


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Publications by Lynette Allen

Behind With The Laundry and Living off Chocolate

Women have something different, something special. They have intuition and…

Behind with the Mortgage and Living off Plastic

For women, the underlying causes of financial problems are very…

Behind with the Marking and Plagued by Nits

From the bestselling author of Behind with the Laundry and…

How To Coach a Woman - a practitioner’s manual

Can you keep a secret? What if a woman took…

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I vowed I'd bring my little girl up to be whatever she wanted to be

April 18 2017

“I was always a Daddy’s girl. I craved my Dad’s approval, giving little time to my poor Mother. I just found men easier to be around; most of my friends at school were boys, I can never remember a time I didn’t have a boyfriend and I even joined a male-dominated work environment becoming a police officer at 24.I was convinced I had been born into the wrong gender, I had little time for emotions, girly chats and if you had asked me if I was powerful I would have said of course I am. And I was

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Are you on a Critical Roundabout?

April 18 2017

I was horrified when I first realised how much control my self-talk had over mybehaviour. My power was dramatically reduced because SO much of my self-talkwas a roundabout of criticism, spinning repeating patterns of negativity throughmy mind.Like so many women my self-criticism had it’s origin in childhood. Highlysensitive to the criticisms of my Mother and Grandmother, I retreated into aworld of imagination fed by a voracious appetite for reading. In books the littlegirls all seemed to be

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