My services are tailor-made to each client - whether corporate or an individual - to ensure you get the most out of it, considering your situation
and desired results. During a preliminary conversation (Discovery Call), we will assess if we are a good match to work with each other, fine-tune the areas to focus on and discuss other
My personal approach relies primarily on the coaching methodology, but it can also include training and consultancy elements, as appropriate to your needs.
(Sir John Whitmore)
Progress might include: to reach a goal, solve problems, or create learning and change. Coaching is normally a conversation, or series of conversations, one person has with another. The coach works to create a conversation that will benefit the other person, in a way that relates to their objectives.”
Coaching is quite different from training, which can easily take place individually or in groups but often assumes a more structured format in order to ensure the trainees develop a specific skill or knowledge.
Unlike a consultant, which tends to deliver expert advice to solve a specific (often rather urgent) business/organisational problem, a coach will not solve problems for you. Instead, a coach will ask questions to help clarify and solve the coachee’s problems.
And none of the above is about therapy or psychoanalysis.
My coaching and consultancy services are available in-person and online; training is generally available in-person only. The main working language is English but other languages may be available upon request.
If you would like to hear more about my approach, have questions, or would like to schedule a consultation, please use the Contact Form to get in touch. I look forward to hearing from you.
For companies, associations and networks who wish to improve their performance and know the value of investing on the continuous development of their employee's skills.
One-on-one sessions with professionals who wish to reach new goals, reconsider their career path or improve specific personal skills.
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