Coaching Course Trainer
Matthew Broderick is an executive coach and psychologist with RocheMartin, a global leadership development firm. He is passionate about helping leaders and teams harness the power of emotional intelligence to deepen self-awareness, facilitate behaviour change, and accelerate sustained high performance. He is an accredited member of the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC) and the Psychological Society of Ireland.
He has experience working with senior leaders and teams in public service, business, education and NGO sectors, across cultures in Europe and East Africa, with a variety of clients including the United Nations, Hilton Hotel, The Department of Foreign Affairs, Eir, CBRE, Trinity College Dublin, Trocaire, Solas, The British Foreign Office and blueMoon Ethiopia.
Matthew’s coaching is person-centred and designed to facilitate a safe space to support leaders in their thinking. His style is empathetic and curious, encouraging and probing, appreciative and warm. He places an emphasis on deep listening, a growth mindset, asking curious questions and drawing out personal strengths.
Matthew previously worked at UCD with Agape Ireland for 5 years, working with university students in discipleship and mission. He has been part of the teaching team for many years at Ignite Network in Blackrock. A native of Dublin, he currently resides in New York City with his wife Fiona and their two young children.
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