It’s reasonable to want life – at work and elsewhere – to feel rich and rewarding. But sometimes things can get a bit stale or stuck. You may feel you could be more effective in your current work role, or that you’re ready to progress to a new one. Perhaps you want to develop better relationships with others. Or maybe you want to handle the pressures of life at work or at home with more ease.
We can help you explore what might need to change and how – to ensure your work and life feels truly fulfilling. We’ll support you to discover and fine-tune your true values and capacities; and to break through whatever’s stopping you from acting fully on them. Our distinctive coaching approach – incorporating mindfulness techniques to build greater awareness – ensures the full spectrum of your experience is included: your head and heart; and your mind and body.
The coaching process
Step 1. Exploring and scoping: a free 30 minute Skype/Zoom ‘discovery’ session. With executive coaching, we can also have a three-way scoping meeting with the coaching sponsor to identify aims, expectations, and parameters.
Step 2 – Coaching for insight and change: Throughout the whole coaching process, we’ll focus totally on enabling you to get from where you are now to where you want to be. We’ll listen carefully, reflect back what we hear, and ask questions to go deeper. We’ll encourage and challenge you to overcome obstacles and take action.
Step 3 – Review: Throughout the coaching process, we’ll check in with you to see if the coaching sessions are working for you, and what changes to the process you might want to make.
“Tim’s gift is to mesh tremendous intuition and sensitivity with some really helpful structure. I had to work hard, and Tim did not let me off the hook which was exactly the role I asked him to play during our time together. Fabulous coach.” Richard
“Tim’s relaxed manner made me feel comfortable even talking about upsetting personal issues. He often had a different approach or insight to struggles I was having which helped me to work out strategies to improve things.” Hilary Barkley