Dr. Paul Roe
Qualifications and Affiliations
2007 PhD University of York, England
2000 Master of Arts (M.A.) (1st Hons) University of Limerick
2000 Certificate Facilitation Studies Meitheal
1984 Fellowship (F.T.C.L.) Trinity College of Music London
1980 Licentiate (L.T.C.L.) Trinity College of Music-London
Advanced Diploma in Executive and Personal Coaching [European Mentoring and Coaching Council]
Co-Active Coaching CTI [London]
Power of Embodied Transformation [Coaches Rising]
Presence-Based Leadership Coaching 1: Being a Development Partner [North Carolina-U.S.A.]
Presence-Based Leadership Coaching 2: Evoking Self-Generation [North Carolina-U.S.A.]
Leadership Coaching Summit Coaches Rising
Mentor-Coach Training PBC- [North Carolina. U.S.A.]
Living in Presence Coaching Course [North Carolina-U.S.A.]
Member of Association of Coaching
International Clarinet Association
Irish Museum of Modern Art
Royal Hibernian Academy
Experience in one to one coaching
My coaching practice is built on a lifetime in education. As an early school-leaver I took leaving cert at night in my early 20’s. I studied English, Philosophy and Music at college whilst combining a career as a professional musician. At age 25 I took a position with the National Symphony Orchestra for 12 years. In my mid-30’s I did a Masters in Community Music (University of Limerick) and subsequently did a PhD (University of York) where I researched collaborative practice. Now in my mid-50’s my appetite for learning and growth is undiminished.
I am extremely passionate about my work as a coach and feel honoured to support leaders in the fields of education and the arts. I am acutely aware of the challenges leaders face today in this age of complexity with increased workloads and time pressures. As someone who manages a career as a developmental coach, a lecturer and a performer I understand the practical demands and the stresses involved in producing high quality work in a range of environments.
All my work in coaching is one to one. I work with a broad range of people including leaders/directors of:
• National educational initiatives
• Academic institutions
• Arts bodies
I have worked with teachers, lecturers and heads of departments at primary, secondary and tertiary level.
• Institutes of Technology e.g. Dublin, Dundalk
• Royal Irish Academy of Music
• Arts Council of Ireland
• Music Generation
• City & County Councils e.g. Dublin, Laois, Mayo
I approach coaching as a compassionate, empathic and deeply respectful conversation. I work with clients to create a meaningful and empowering space to explore a broad range of interconnected issues related to work and private life. A happy life is one that is balanced and integrated combining personal satisfaction and a healthy work ethos.