Boris Prigmore, PCC
Executive Coach, Trainer
ICF PCC accreditation
over 1100 individual and group coaching hours.
over 1500 hours of training delivered
As an executive coach and trainer since 2006, Boris has a passion for enabling individuals and teams achieve their goals. He has worked with clients from professional services, education, government and technology sectors and has coached top marketing talent as part of the Marketing Academy since 2010.
Boris brings to his coaching broad cultural experience borne from multiple nationalities (English / French / Irish) and having lived / worked from Australia to Zambia, via Fiji, Vanuatu and major cities across Europe and the Middle East.
With a background in technology Boris has implemented IT systems handling hundreds of millions, run/coached large scale software development teams. Boris’ clients describe his coaching style as stretching yet warm and supportive.
- Multicultural coaching (adapting to new countries and cultures)
- Developing agile tech teams and individuals
- Executive coaching
- Team & Group coaching
- Coaching Women for equality
- Developing top talent
- Industry experience: real estate / accounting / construction / transport / education
Education, credentials, professional certificates
- ICF, PCC Coach (1100+ hours)
- Certified Professional Co-Active coach
- Certified Agile Scrum Master trained by Jeff Sutherland
- Organisational Relationship Systems Coach (CRR Global)
- Co-Active Core Curriculum & Leadership programme
- Completed Team Diagnostics training
- Bsc(Hons) in Management Studies Brunel University
- Master of Commerce – Information Systems & Management University of New South Wales)
- 2020 – Present: On board of UK ICF
- 2013 – 2019: Trainer / Scrum Master Knight Frank LLP focusing on people, technology and processes
- 2009 – present: Coach for the Marketing Academy
- 2006 – present: Executive coach and trainer working with individuals and companies, e.g. Full Potential Group & Aspire international
- 2002 – 2007: Systems analyst for Tubelines