Philosophy and style of coaching: I am a personal development coach who partners with clients to take meaningful and consistent action to change behaviours and reach goals. I have a direct and open coaching style and I can work with you to reach your personal and professional potential.My coaching style is client driven but maintains a direct and authentic approach.My background in talent management and personal development can offer a personalised programme.
Philosophy and style of coaching: My coaching philosophy is values-led and I help my clients to clarify what is of greatest importance to them in their personal and professional lives to help them define goals and actions that are closely aligned to their values. I work within organisations and with private clients and adopt a "whole person" philosophy so clients benefit from a holistic approach to their development.I see my role as coach to both support and challenge my clients as necessary to enable my clients to develop greater self-awareness about themselves and "cut through the noise" to focus on what's important to them. From this position, the people I coach are able to make clear decisions about their future and create practical strategies for success.
Philosophy and style of coaching: I focus on helping people to contribute more effectively through gaining self knowledge/awareness and applying this new knowledge in their workplace. I work with first line managers to main board directors in SME's and large organisations in the private and public sectors.
Philosophy and style of coaching: I have 20+ years' experience as a tax executive leading teams in complex multi-nationals. Coaching clients describe me as warm, gentle & challenging, and fun. I intuitively flex my coaching style to clients' preferences, plus I love to use colour/ creativity e.g. images, movement, improvised acting, and Play Doh.
Philosophy and style of coaching: My coaching style is empathetic, incisive and results oriented. I am passionate about helping leaders and teams gain clarity and insights about their core mission and strategy. I believe that bringing simple clarity to complex situations drives organisational focus, motivation and self-belief. I love coaching leaders grappling with complex strategic issues, transitioning into new roles, leading transformational change and enjoys coaching teams to become more effective. I am happy to bring my own experience to the conversation where appropriate.
Philosophy and style of coaching: I combine professional coaching expertise with my experience as a senior executive. My style is warm, reassuring, curious and also challenging and pragmatic. This offers both an impartial sounding board and confidential, exploratory conditions for clients to reflect and develop clarity, confidence, actions and change. I am passionate about each individual’s ability to ‘make a difference’ by performing at their best, and also how teams can work and collaborate more effectively together. Based in Wiltshire, I work mostly in London with senior corporate executives, face-to-face, and also offer phone/skype coaching.
Philosophy and style of coaching: As the ICF core competencies are so powerful, it is these that I use as a guide to my coachingThe principle of being non-directive, and helping the client come to their own conclusions is paramountThe challenges are always respectful and gentleThe structure of the conversations provides the space for you to explore the issues and consider options that may be new and refreshingMost of all, it is about you, for you and for you to be empowered in the coaching experience
Philosophy and style of coaching: My way of working combines my training as a family systems therapist and my training as a coach and brings depth to my understanding of interpersonal and family relationships. I work with individuals, couples, family groups and family businesses in order to support them through major life transitions.
Philosophy and style of coaching: As a coach I am flexible yet hold the structure and outcome in such a way that my clients achieve their goals. I can acknowledge complex emotions while still holding the coaching space lightly. I use my listening and questioning skills to help my clients get clarity, embrace reality, create options and ultimately achieve and maintain their desired outcomes. I am completely non-judgemental and my unfaltering belief in my client allows them to work through complex behaviours and emotions, elegantly transforming their work and life. I find humour is often a great way to help a client move forward but I hold clients accountable when appropriate.
Philosophy and style of coaching: The coaching process is unique to each individual; every person is at a different point in their lives and is looking for different things. I work with you where you are right now, to find out what really matters to you, to look at what is holding you back, to discover the best way for you to find what you want, and to get there and beyond. Together we collaborate so that you can find the answers within yourself, and you can create your own best possible life. In our initial session we explore what has brought you to coaching and from there we create a plan to look at what you want to achieve.