My role as a coach is to provoke you to discover the clarity, courage and commitment you need to change your experience of work and life and deepen the connections that matter.
Clarity – coaching provokes a radical awareness of, and honesty about, what you are experiencing, about what is important to you, and about the possibility of alternative perspectives.
Courage – coaching challenges you to find the courage to explore, discover, and engage with what really matters to you, with what fulfils you, your inner resources and how to be true to yourself.
Commitment – with clarity and courage, coaching challenges you to make a commitment to what you do, the goals you set, and how you engage with the world.
Connection – coaching provokes an encounter between your world within (your experience, perspective and values) and with the world around you (what you do, your relationships and your environment).
Responding to, and in conversation with you, my coaching can be light, humorous, vibrant, and energising. At the same time it can be difficult, challenging, disruptive, involving fierce questions and looking awry for alternative perspectives. It can also provide some solace while at the same time evoking you to move forwards. Emotions, metaphor, embodied experience, stretching comfort zones all come to play a role. I also increasingly bring meditations into coaching where it feels appropriate to you, particularly to enhance noticing what is present now.