Capillary is pleased to have two excellent coaches available to support individuals discover a pathway for personal change and navigate their route to success on both a personal and professional level. If you are interested in exploring how a coach can help you we can then schedule a time to discuss this. Pay as you progress or book a set of sessions, we will work with you to agree the right cost for your budget and needs.

Our Coaches

Rich Batchelor, is an accredited coach through the ICF and also holds certifications in counseling and psychotherapy.

He has extensive experience coaching entrepreneurs and start-up founders, senior leaders right up to the CEO and other C-Suite executives. He has coached individuals in career transition and helped others to find a new career goal, path or even position.

He is experienced in group coaching and organizational coaching. Typically this involves coaching new teams and building understanding and capacity for leadership teams.

Rich brings a range of tools to identify and focus the coaching needs of individuals. He is a certified Lego Serious Play facilitator and has been known to bring Lego into the coaching space to facilitate progress and discovery of future directions for both individual and group clients.

He has an extremely positive history of successful coaching engagements and has worked globally with individuals and organizations. He equally comfortable coaching in person, by phone or online.

Nik Beeson completed his Foundations of Professional Coaching at the Adler Institute and has previously been a hospital chaplain and spiritual care person.

He has applied his coaching skills with clients as diverse as an Assistant Dean to a University Faculty of Law, CEO of a not-for-profit in the environmental sector and an engineer. He has extensive experience with the not-for-profit and charity sector, health and well being, digital media and transformation. (Help Muslim Charity’s here)

Nik is a Co-Director of Curiosity Culture (applying curiosity to navigate disruption & ‘wicked problems’), and will often bring a sense of curiosity into his coaching sessions, helping individuals to find the question that needs to be explored. As director of Translibrium he works with organizations to manage disruptive change in digital communications and is very comfortable exploring the relationship of the digital world with his coaching clients. As a Certified Change Agent, he and readily applies change agency to the exploration of his clients coaching needs and the journeys they need to navigate.

Nik is comfortable with in-person, telephone and virtual coaching sessions.