Coaching is a collaborative and creative process. My job as your coach is to help you grow and develop to achieve your professional goals.
Through open and honest communication, I will challenge you to develop your own strategies and solutions to your professional challenges and to discover your own path to professional and personal improvement.
Our coaching relationship is based on your goals and values, and you will choose what actions you take and what we work on together. I’m excited that you are considering me for this journey.
Coaching may address any specific professional issues that you bring up. Coaching services include clarification of values and goals, brainstorming, identifying and designing plans of action, examining current modes of operating, asking clarifying questions, and making empowering requests.
What coaching is not:
Training: The purpose of coaching is not to teach you how to do things.
Mentoring: As your coach, you should not expect me to offer advice based on my own experience.
Consulting: My role is not to provide the solutions for your professional challenges.
Therapy: Coaching is not meant to address psychological challenges or dig into your past. I am not qualified to provide mental health treatment.
🎯 Increasing your confidence
🎯 Finding your own creative tools
🎯 Finding your leadership style & voice
🎯 Identifying your next career step
🎯 Getting you "unstuck" by clearing a path to the life you want
🎯 Resolving conflict through behaviour changes
🎯 Establishing & implementing new ways of working
🎯 Fostering teams’ strengths, shared goals and performance
🎯 Leadership support through Change Management
Come to each session ready to be coached. Although we will have an overall direction which will be agreed at the beginning of our coaching relationship (i.e. the goals for your coaching) you will need to come to each session with a focus for that particular session. This may be a goal for the session, or it may be a subject you would like to explore on this.
The nature of the coaching relationship means that you are responsible for any actions that you take as a result of our work together. You enter into coaching with the full understanding that you are responsible for your own progress and creating your own results.
“People are naturally creative, resourceful and whole."
This fundamental principle from the Co-active model is one that I wholeheartedly embrace, and it serves as my compass throughout every coaching session.
A good coach helps to reconnect to your true values and supports you as you explore and achieve your personal and professional goals. They honour who you really are, rather than trying to reshape your core.
To do this, I ask powerful questions in order to bring out your individual creativity.
I support you as we confront any issues together. This way, we will find a unique
path that works for you.
In short: I listen, ask questions and help you come up with powerful actions that move you in manageable steps towards your goals.
The coaching relationship typically lasts for a set period of time, often between 3
and 12 months, with regular sessions scheduled throughout the duration of the engagement.
My recommendation is to have coaching sessions every two weeks. The two weeks distance between the sessions usually creates the ideal balance between having enough time to ‘digest’ the previous session and to reflect on the new awareness that was created.
I run my sessions:
🚀 Face to face