Charlotte Storey

If you’re a middle manager ready to elevate your career and unlock your full potential, join my transformative programme.  Gain the confidence, mindset, and leadership skills needed to excel in senior roles.  Together, let’s take your career to new heights.

Who am I?

With over 30 years of high-end performing arts and corporate industry experience, I am a renowned expert in empowering middle management professionals to secure the senior leadership positions they deserve.

Having lost the use of my right arm in 2008 due to complications resulting from Ehlers-Danlos Hypermobility Syndrome, I have first hand experience of the need to overcome the mental and physical barriers to career progress. In reinventing myself, I had two choices; I could look at the dirt or the stars. In choosing the latter, I realised that inherent within my disability was my superpower. The process I went through to rebuild my body and career led me to developing this unique system of self-transformative techniques that I want to share with you.

Who are my clients?

My expertise in voice, movement and performance anxiety management has attracted high end executive clients to include:

  • HM Royal Marines
  • The Bank of England
  • Natwest Bank
  • The University of Plymouth
  • Homebase
  • Warburtons
  • NHS

Why you should take my course?

I provide a unique, holistic approach to leadership empowerment for high performance individuals looking to defy self-imposed criticism.

Drawing upon performance practices of vocalisation, physical embodiment, and Neuro-Linguistic Programming, I equip my clients with the ‘X-factors’ necessary for success at executive level.

Clients employ my services to develop leadership skills in the following areas:

  • Leading and inspiring

  • Personal branding

  • Building and managing teams

  • Conflict management

  • Organisational behaviour

  • Releasing creativity

  • Developing the power of presence

By the end of the course my clients are able to silence their inner assassin and overcome the inferiority complex traits preventing them from making the career progress they deserve.