Daylight Consultancy Limited provides high quality, innovative, bespoke training and coaching, in both the public and private sectors. We specialise in helping ambitious women present themselves with confidence, make a positive impact, influence with gravitas and network effectively. To support our clients we offer expertise in Executive Coaching, voice-work, non-verbal communication, Neuro-Linguistic Programming and positive psychology.
Hello my name is Sarah Perugia. I am the Director of Daylight Consultancy Limited. I am an Executive Coach, Neuro-Linguistic Programming Practitioner and Communication Skills Trainer. I am also a trained professional actor and facilitator, with 16 years’ experience using these skills to affect positive change for my clients. Along with my team of experienced associates I design and deliver Executive Coaching and Communication Skills Training. Our particular expertise is in helping women in leadership roles communicate effectively and thrive at work.
Our actor’s training gives us insight and expertise in how to use body language, breathing and voice, we use this to to help our clients manage high pressure situations and choose how they present themselves. Our interventions have an easygoing, interactive, supportive style and are extremely practical. We create a safe, confidential space in which our clients can push themselves right out of their comfort zone. They are stretched and challenged, discovering new information about themselves enabling them to communicate effectively under pressure, present, network and influence powerfully, as well as manage teams skilfully.
Our participants walk out of the door with new tools and techniques they can put into effect immediately.
We have worked with a wide range of organisations including Pepsico, Vodafone, Smith & Williamson, Dartmouth Partners, Royal Bank of Scotland, Merck Serono, AstraZeneca, Pfizer, Bayer, AXA PPP, the National Audit Office and the Bank of England.
Why does gender diversity in organisations matter? Of course it is only right and fair that both women and men are represented on boards and in senior positions, but it also makes business sense. “Companies in the top quartile for gender diversity are 15 percent more likely to have financial returns above their respective national industry medians.”(McKinsey, Jan 2015)
We welcome the opportunity to answer any questions about what we can offer.