Thinking about Coaching?

Have you ever wondered how to:

  • be a more assertive leader, while bringing people with you?
  • delegate better, so that you can focus on your job rather than trying to do everyone else’s?
  • influence others more successfully, engaging hearts as well as minds?
  • clarify what really matters, so that you can focus your time and energy better?
  • feel more confident speaking up in meetings?
  • deal more successfully with a difficult colleague?
  • switch off from work, so that you can immerse yourself in life at home?
  • be better at managing the politics at work?

If so, you’re not alone – these are all challenges that people have asked me to help them with through coaching.

A coaching conversation is a mix of questions, challenges, and feedback that will help you understand better what you want, and how to go about achieving it. You’ll identify the strengths and successes you might have overlooked or undervalued, and see how you can apply what already works more widely and consistently.

Coaching in practice

There are lots of ways to be coached – face-to-face, over the phone, via Skype, on a walk outdoors. You might want to work with a professional actor, to help you rehearse important conversations, or  to develop the way you use your physical presence to create the kind of impact you want to make. The beauty of coaching is the flexibility to find an approach and a setting that works for you.

Coaching conversations are usually scheduled for two hours, though some people prefer a shorter session. While I often meet people for coaching in London, sometimes I’ll travel elsewhere in the UK to meet closer to someone’s office – and if you really want to get away from it all, there’s always our base in Exmoor.

However we set it up, coaching gives you the opportunity to focus on the issues that really matter to you, in private, with the support of someone expert in helping you learn and develop.

Like to know more?

If you’d like an informal chat about how coaching might benefit you, take a few minutes to get in touch.

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