Personal development focuses on increasing your self-awareness, looking at life goals, personal challenges and long-standing aspirations.
Personal development coaching aims to evaluate these life changes, whilst assessing your strengths and weaknesses to improve certain areas of your life.
Just as an athlete would enlist a coach to train and support them in their sporting goals, a personal development coach is there to support, encourage and teach you expert techniques to make you feel at ease and confident in changes you want to make in your life. You deserve to be happy and proud of where you are. A coach will help you achieve that happiness and develop any skills you wish to improve.
Are you ready for a total life change? Or has this change already started without your control. Sometime life can take a dramatic change, we go through an often painful life event or events and our lives can suddenly look very different. Although painful this can sometime be an easier place to rebuild from than choosing the change as the painful dismantling has already happened. Transformational coaching is a highly effective and rapid means of releasing the hidden potential of people, and helping you reach your goals and objectives more quickly than you ever thought possible.
As a Transformation Coach, I facilitate my client’s change and growth. I do through vast experience of holding space for this transformation without judgement. Asking powerful questions and shining light on the vision/goal to help with clairty, providing them with unconditional support, all the while encouraging their self-discovery. I help my clients release their innate wisdom and power to achieve the results they desire – to access and produce excellence.
Are your ready to improve your relationships?
Our relationships with partners, family and friends are perhaps the most important part of our lives, bringing meaning, comfort and happiness. But even the relationships we have with our wider network can have a significant impact on our lives. How would life be different if you had improved relationships?
People at the end of their lives don’t reminisce about how many pairs of shoes they owned or how fancy their car was, it’s usually the connections we’ve formed with others that we remember and define ourselves with.
“…People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel”
~ Maya Angelou
Good relationships are something we all strive for. They can provide love, support, happiness, friendship, advice and guidance. However, if they break down they can cause problems and emotional turmoil. We all experience relationship problems at some point in our lives: the problems could occur with a family member, a friend, a lover or even a work colleague. If a certain partnership or connection isn’t fulfilling your expectations, it’s common for your happiness to be affected. These times are an opportunity for us to look at our interactions and decided to make some changes.
Through a 12 session program we can transform how you view and experience your relationships with others. Gaining clarity around what is important to you and the relationships, reframing our expectations, improving communication skills and having the courage to tackle the issues can transform your relationships to something amazing.
Are you ready to leave home? Are you ready to finish uni and leap into the big wide world? are you ready for the next step?
These times in life can be daunting. Coaching sessions at during this period to gain clarity and confidence of what things could be like for you, feeling that you have prepared for all eventualities and building resilience skills can protect from feelings of depression or hopelessness. We can often feel lost stepping out alone and that can lead to some poor life choices that may cause significant impact on your lifestyle. Knowing where you want to be heading and how you are going to do that at a young age can set you ahead of the game. You don’t have to stay on that trajectory forever - but when you point the right way you have a head start!
Are you ready to become a parent? This is possibly THE biggest change to your life. If you are expecting a baby or even just considering the idea these coaching sessions can help you make the transition to parenthood with less stress and and in the least dramatic way.
We often spend so much time during pregnancy focusing on preparing for the birth that we can find ourselves shocked that that was just a day, and what happens next!
Becoming a parent is a huge change, suddenly you aren’t the only person you have to take care of anymore and things that you used to do without thinking feel like they are an impossible task. These sessions are aimed at preparing you to be able to prepare for and adapt to these changes more easily.
If you are a couple the sessions also look at baby proofing your relationship, the statistics say that 50 of parents end up separating/ getting divorced. With stats that high preparing for your relationship to change is essential.
Coaching can also be hugely beneficial for people who are lone parents or co-parenting to find the best solution to their personal situation. Coaching can support you to look for the positives and make positive changes to your life. every family life is different, nuclear families aren’t the best or happiest - it is down to us to make the best of our situations.
Marriage or Civil Partnership
Are you ready to take your relationship to the next stage? are you ready to say ‘I Do?’
This isn’t restricted to people getting married, but deepening the committment in getting married can lead to changes in a relationship. Do you both have the same values? do you know each others love language? Do you know how to get through the tough times and well as the good. Having prepared and have strategies in place can support your relationship in the future. One thing that we can be sure of in life is that there are ups and downs. Are you willing to do the work now to give your marriage the best chance of surviving the rollercoaster of life?
Leadership & Career
Are you ready for that promotion? Are you ready to lead a team or department?
Whether you’re a business owner, an executive, a manager, an employee or simply a person looking for a new job or career, hiring a business coach to help develop and hone your skills could greatly improve your chances of success.
A business coach could help you by offering an external, objective and constructive perspective of your situation. Business is an incredibly diverse subject and as such, different coaches specialise in different subjects. Where one might be an expert in public speaking techniques, another might be more accomplished in strategy and management. Before you hire a business coach you should make sure that they have experience with the subject you wish to address.
Below are nine reasons why a business coach may be good for you.
1. You want to develop further public speaking skills
Whether you suffer from stage-fright (sweaty palms, tight throat, debilitating nerves), or simply want to turn an interesting presentation into an inspiring one - a business coach with a solid background in public speaking could teach you the specialist techniques required to give an excellent and effective pitch, conference, or presentation.
2. You want to improve communication skills
Communication skills are paramount in business. How do you negotiate a good deal, get colleagues to like you and impress seniors if you can't communicate properly? Good communication skills don't come naturally to all of us by any means. Shyness, awkwardness, low self-confidence and feelings of inferiority can hold people back in business, no matter how intelligent or innovative they are.
3. You want to start a new business
Start-up business coaches offer much-needed support, guidance and expertise for new entrepreneurs looking to start a business. Start-ups are notoriously risky - nearly half fail within the first three years due to misjudged markets, overestimated forecasts, underestimated liabilities and so on - all easy mistakes to make for a first-timer. With an experienced business coach on-board, those fatal mistakes could be seriously minimised.
4. You need help managing a team
Managing a team of people can be incredibly hard work. Firstly, you have to be very perceptive - how do you identify and utilise everybody's strengths? How do you get everyone to work as well as they possibly can together?
Secondly, you have to be confident - there's no use worrying that no one likes you. If you appear unconfident and uncertain then you're unlikely to gain the trust and respect of your team. Some business coaches specialise in coaching the skills required to be an excellent leader.