Coaching: Thriving with ADHD
Henry is the CEO and Co-Founder of ADHD UK. Henry had a late-stage adult diagnosis of ADHD. He has since made it his goal to help people with ADHD thrive.
He has Coach training from the Flow Coaching Institute. He has three degrees. From King’s College London, the University of Manchester, and an MBA from Darden, the University of Virginia, where he had a full Batten Scholarship, was the first non-US citizen to be elected student President, and awarded the C Sheppard Leadership Prize. In 2022 he was awarded the Point of Light award by the Prime Minister for his work during the Covid Pandemic.
Prior to founding ADHD UK, Henry had a career in finance, venture capital, successful turnaround CEO and owner of his own business. He has operated at the board level of organisations for the last 20 years.
Henry’s coaching focuses on helping adults with ADHD fulfil their potential – to thriving with ADHD. He is particularly focused on ADHD, high performance and fulfilling true potential. His coaching has ranged from Board Level to first job to students. He has coached CEOs, Entrepreneurs, Doctors, Senior Civil Servants, Management Consultants, Investment Bankers, and people in-between jobs.
Henry is currently fully booked. If you are interested in ADHD Coaching from Henry Shelford then please register your interest here.
Henry regularly contributes his ADHD expertise across UK media
In the debate on ADHD and Autism waiting lists in Parliament Henry briefed a number of MPs and the Chairperson of the committee. Henry was thanked for his work a number of times.
Henry is a very good coach. I have found him to be an empathic listener, who is able to patiently guide my thinking towards my own needs and wants. He is encouraging, celebrates my successes, and gently prods me along to stick to my commitments and goals. Henry is transparent and approachable, and I have always found the environment he creates to be calm, safe, and welcoming. His coaching always allows room for me to ‘think out loud’ and to ‘bounce ideas’ around; and I always end the session with a range of ideas and actions to move my goals forward.
Henry has been very helpful in unlocking some blockage I had. His coaching approach is refreshing, honest, and practical. As we met, he was able to ask the right questions to give me a refreshed direction or shed light on a matter that was out of my sight but yet part of the issue.
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Compassionate. Spoke clearly, and steadily. Friendly, good -humoured.
Reassured me. Made me feel included despite not being officially diagnosed yet.
Clear, considered and empathetic responses.
Friendly, laidback and amusing style felt totally on my wavelength. Talked about his strategies which not only were useful in themselves but also gave me more of an understanding.
Showed great understanding, listened, gave lots of advice.
I felt welcomed and supported as a new attendee, and recieved vital information that I would have otherwise struggled to source. Thank you!
Really inclusive and meaningful consideration of all issues presented.
Henry listened to all of the participants very well, and had a really good blend of factual/practical/pragmatic advice and then also the more philosophical stuff that has to go along with it (in terms of self image, acceptance, personality etc. etc.). I think he did a great job.
Patient, understanding, and knowledgeable.
Everything was explained very clearly. No jargon simply straight forward.
Henry is a treasure. Warm, personable, inclusive, bright and very helpful! Thank you for bringing us together and making this space for us!