Coaching unlocks a person’s potential to maximise their own performance by raising awareness, understanding and responsibility. I believe that you have an inner resilience to find your own solutions and my role as your coach is to create the time and space to do so.
Performance challenges I have worked on with my clients include:
- Overcoming imposter syndrome – the overwhelming worry of ‘being found out’ or not being good enough
- Building senior level credibility to secure a promotion
- Shifting from technical expert to people manager
- Heading for burnout and don’t know what to do
- Dealing with a career setback and not sure how to bounce back
- Juggling the complexities of work and home
Everyone’s coaching journey is unique to them and we can discuss what structure would work best. Typically a client might have six 60–90 minute monthly sessions. I like to have an introduction meeting or call before our first session so we can check if the fit between us is right. Throughout our sessions I will help you:
I will help you get clear on your aspirations and explore what is happening for you right now to uncover what is getting in the way.
We will also define how you will measure that coaching and the actions you take are successful.
In my experience, both mine and my clients, I find it’s the small incremental steps that make the biggest difference. I will help you see your situation from different perspectives so that you can find new ways of approaching it.
My aim is that by the end of the coaching series you will have built up your own unique toolkit to maximise your performance.
I can’t do the work for you to reach your aspirations, after each session it’s up to you to put your insights into action. I’ll encourage you to take small steps and do little experiments until you find what works for you.
You always have my full on support and can contact me between sessions if you want to share a success or get a little boost of confidence to stay on track.