As a Coach, my role is to create a thought-provoking and creative environment where I can inspire you to improve your performance, whether it’s in your personal or work life. Coaching is a process between me (the Coach) and you (the coachee) where I aim to support you in harnessing your skills and capabilities to reach your goals. It is future, learning and goal oriented. The outcomes we set are measurable. It is underpinned by psychological, educational and sometimes philosophical theory. It holds the assumption that you are filled with potential and my role is to help you find that and put it to use. As Tony Robbins says, “each of us has everything we need to succeed within ourselves, if we can only learn to access and maximize it”. My overall aim is to help you to have a clearer direction in life, make better life choices and increases your skill base and performance.
Coaches’ background are varied. I come from a Counselling & Therapy background and bring experience working within the criminal justice system with staff, perpetrators and victims within various establishments (prisons, courts, probation services, police stations, community services). In addition, I often coach people who work in the city, or support organisations with workplace well-being through 1:1 coaching or/and workshops. I have experience coaching people through various issues such as; assertiveness, confidence, anxiety, depression, work performance, communication/interpersonal skills, relationships, career change, criminal behaviour and anger.