Rough Information is a creative consultancy working across coaching, facilitation and strategy to support clients with connecting to their purpose, envisioning their goals, and creating change.
Through collaboration and playful exploration, we work with individuals and organisations to foster cultures rooted in equity, humanity and compassion.
1-2-1 & group coaching programmes to help you find clarity and purpose; supporting goal setting & wellbeing, & leadership that balances self-awareness, self-belief & self-care
Working with you & your team to develop & deliver bespoke sessions aligned with your values & needs, aimed at exploring ideas, strengthening teams, & developing new ways of working well
Championing the development of open & supportive working cultures; providing team workshops & consultancy to help you plot your route towards a more collaborative future
Rough Information unites professionalism and playfulness, creating open, supportive environments within which to reflect upon and develop new ways of thinking and working well together. Led by Annette Corbett, Rough Information seeks to design programmes that are responsive to each client’s needs. We’re all about helping our clients to realise the results they want to achieve, so we work collaboratively with our network of partners and associates to ensure we can provide the right expertise in supporting clients to reach their goals.
Creative Director & Founder
Annette is an accomplished cultural professional with experience as a producer, fundraiser, and arts manager. She established Rough Information to focus on her practice as a coach, facilitator, and creative strategist, uniting her strategic skill and ability to deep listen.
She left the corporate sector to study for an MA in Arts Administration & Cultural Policy, and her early career included supporting the planning and delivery of the decibel Performing Arts Showcase, Arts Council England’s flagship diversity initiative. She has since worked across a number of artforms and organisations, including Southbank Centre, Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music & Dance, and Dulwich Picture Gallery. More recently, her work has included policy research (Goldsmiths College), fundraising (Battersea Arts Centre), strategic development (Artistic Directors of the Future), and facilitation (Culture Reset).
Annette is a Relational Dynamics coach and member of the Association for Coaching, with a focus on promoting wellbeing in leadership. Supporting others to realise their vision is a constant thread throughout her arts career. Her strengths lie in making connections, enabling conversations, and telling compelling stories to facilitate change.
Annette is a co-chair of What Next? Lewisham, LTC MOBO Fellow 2020, and ISPA Fellow 2017-19.
Leading on Purpose: A group coaching programme for values-centred women leaders ready to reimagine their future
Registration for this 6-week programme will reopen in autumn, with the next sessions running on Thursday evenings from mid-October. Get in touch to be added to the waiting list, and sign up to the mailing list for updates and offers
Annette’s independent coaching practice focuses on helping women to make empowered decisions and become leaders in their own lives.
She supports aspiring and existing women leaders to connect to their purpose by reconnecting to themselves, identifying goals and overcoming blocks to create transformational change.
Annette currently offers 1-2-1 sessions, and will be launching further group programmes and coaching offers later in the year. To enquire about a 1-2-1 session get in touch, or sign up to Annette’s coaching mailing list for the latest news
...in just an hour I left with much more clarity about my priorities and how I was feeling. In the end it helped make a difficult decision feel simple.
After the sessions, I feel the fire in my belly reignited and I'm excited about what's next