Nisha is a PCC certified coach, trainer and supervisor. She is passionate about helping coaches and leaders with high aspirations to step up to their full potential. As a member of the Animas training team, she is committed to bring out the best in others and help them become a powerful transformational coach.
She works in a wide range of ways from one to one, group, corporate, youth and leadership coaching. As a coach supervisor and mentor, Nisha has a passion for supporting coaches to connect with their authentic coaching style with confidence; she is also passionate about developing cultural diversity and inclusion in coaching.
Prior to setting up her own coaching practice, Nisha worked in the world of corporate Football and Sports, she has over 10 years’ experience in client and team management, working with international sporting bodies and premiere league clubs. Some would say she had a “dream job” she enjoyed some fantastic moments like delivering the opening of Wembley Stadium, the London 2012 Olympic Games, Champions League Finals and working with many high profile names. However, her career took over many areas of her life, she immersed herself into work which eventually led to “career burnout”. Thankfully, she has always had a keen interest in personal development and coaching, so she spent much of her private time developing her core coaching skills. She decided to take a leap of faith and launched herself into a full time career as a coach, which started here with Animas.
Nisha now works with a range of private clients from Football authorities, and in partnership with global coaching and leadership companies who are committed to developing high performance employees and productive, highly motivated teams. In addition to this, she also works as a Youth Coach and Mentor within high schools once a week, providing coaching support to children aged 11-16.
In the training room. Nisha’s approach is engaging and fun, making the room feel at ease by opening up into the space and encouraging her coaches-in-training to do the same.