WHAT IS COACHING?

Coaching is a powerful, future & solutions focused development and learning tool for individuals, leaders or managers in any organisation or type of business. My coaching sessions are skilled and targeted conversations that challenge and support people to help themselves, and or their business, to excel and to think differently.

Expect the Unexpected

A Coaching Programme usually takes place over 6-8 sessions and a session lasts for approx. 1.5-2 hours. Your first ‘get to know you and me’ session is free.  Call me on 07808 700453 if you would like more information.

Coaching works best when it:

  • Is used when there is a desire or a need for change
  • Is used to help drive culture change in an organisation
  • Helps individuals to address specific issues, behaviours or enhance their performance when taking on a particularly challenging work role or project
  • Provides professional and personal development that is particularly appropriate for those in senior positions who have little time and for whom being lonely at the top can be a common experience
  • Is driven by the needs of the client. It is about assisting people to achieve their full potential, with a focus on what they want to achieve now and in the future. It is a partnership between the executive coaches and the client for a defined period of time.

Benefits to the Organisation

  • Greater commitment and buy-in from directors and senior managers
  • Retaining talent and keeping staff engaged
  • More creative outlook in business planning
  • Improved management of other staff
  • Building positive relationships between people and departments
  • Facilitating the adoption of a new culture in your business

Benefits to the Individual

  • Preparation for role/career changes and joining a board as an Exec or Non-Exec
  • Methods of managing stress, change, conflict or crisis
  • Creative ways for looking at behaviour change and behavioural styles
  • Enhancing personal impact and performance
  • Identifying solutions to specific work-related issues
  • Increased openness to personal learning and development
  • Increased versatility