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What Is Coaching

Coaching can be a powerful tool for nurturing talent and maximising potential.


Coaching can be helpful in preparing for a new role, a promotion or any change. It can also provide an opportunity to identify and build on current strengths and work on blind spots. It can be helpful in career development, identifying training opportunities, decision making, working with conflicts in relationships or stress at work, or simply in achieving a happier work-life balance. Coaching can also help teams work more effectively together and to manage periods of change. 


As life-long works in progress, coaching can be just as powerful when things are working well, because it can help with any area of personal development or growth. 


A coach is not an advisor or mentor but an enabler for change. Coaching transcends job title, position and industry because it is about human processes, responses and interaction.


Who Is It For

Any individual or team motivated to positively manage change, improve their personal life, working experience, productivity or effectiveness.

The Approach

I am a Psychologically minded coach with a focus on Psychological well being. My work is based primarily in neuroscience integrating a number of models from various disciplines including NLP. The Psychodynamic approach allows me to quickly get to any underlying issues. Myers Briggs Personality Types can be a useful starting point for understanding different working styles.  

I have access to counselling skills, and I can offer a very supportive space, but I am equally pragmatic and am able to understand the challenges of a business environment. My focus is always on the client's goal.


My coaching style could be described as practical, flexible, supportive and inquisitive.


Coaching is typically offered over 4-6 sessions of 90 minutes but there is flexibility depending on a client's needs. I will always offer a taster or 'chemistry' session to kick things off, so that before the client commits to anything, they can be sure they are comfortable with me and my approach.

Specialist Areas
  • Nurturing talent

  • Personal development

  • Managing change

  • Transitioning into a new role

  • Identifying development needs

  • Team building

  • Career planning

  • Presenting

  • Leadership development

  • Confidence

  • Conflict

  • Managing stress

  • Anxiety

  • Team morale

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