Creating valuable space to think

High-impact coaching and consultancy that will help you make better decisions so that you can reach your full career potential.

Our Mission

In the modern world, we are surrounded by distractions and finding space to think our thoughts, get clear about our goals, and make great choices is hard. The quality of our thinking is directly linked to the quality of our decisions, and at Think Coaching, we create valuable space for you to think, make better decisions and dramatically improve your performance, your career and your life satisfaction.

Think Coaching offers coaching and consultancy services that help individuals and teams improve performance, reach goals, and realise their full potential. Specialising in coaching women who are transitioning in and out of the workplace, we also provide HR consultancy services in talent management, employee experience, leadership and learning.

Outdoor coaching in nature. Think Coaching

Curiosity. Challenge. Creativity. Care

Think Coaching brings out the best in people with core values of curiosity, creativity, challenge, and care. These values guide our work, coaching individuals and improving team performance.


Looking at situations with a wider lens, bringing years of experience and asking questions that open possibilities


Holding up the mirror, giving candid feedback and probing to generate quality thinking and increase the chance of success


Encouraging clients to think outside the box and experiment with different settings and situations to generate new ideas


Belief in the client’s ability and potential to be successful. Being a champion for the future they want

Our Founder

Emma Lucas

Based in Wiltshire, Emma Lucas is an accomplished industry professional with over 25 years of experience. Setting out in recruitment before making a home in HR and Organisational Change during her time with Hewlett Packard, she has worked in the tech and engineering sectors with both large global organisations and smaller-scale companies. She has worked in learning, leadership development, and broader organisational change throughout her career, and became a qualified Organisational Development Practitioner in 2010.

Emma is passionate about coaching and mentoring and has spent a significant amount of time working with senior managers and change leaders to unlock their potential and improve the teams they work with.

After stepping away from work to have a child, Emma returned to the industry, navigating the transition back to work while supporting others in similar positions. She has held various roles in employee experience and talent and is particularly passionate about coaching and supporting women at key times in their careers, as they navigate the transition in and out of the workplace. She has recently completed her professional certificate in Executive Coaching at Henley Business School and is now continuing her education with an MSc in Behavioural Change coaching.

Emma has a wealth of experience working with teams and individuals to understand their strengths and helping them move forward to achieve success. Her consultancy services focus on helping HR practitioners develop talent management strategies, improve employee experience, and create effective learning programs. She is committed to helping clients navigate the complex and ever-evolving world of diversity and inclusion in talent processes. Whether working with high-performing individuals, senior managers, or entire teams, our subject is passionate about unlocking potential and driving change.

Our Team Members

Becki Hanford

Becki lives in the New Forest with her family and growing menagerie, including Brodie the bonkers Border Terrier. Becki has many years of experience in HR and is excited to be on board, working with Emma and using her own creative and organisational skills for Team Think. Always happy to help, do not hesitate to get in touch with her with any questions you may have and you’ll be sure of a friendly welcome.

Think Coaching Team Member Becki

“Our life is shaped by our mind; we become what we think.”
-Buddist Proverb