I view coaching rather like a journey. We begin at a certain point, may or may not have an idea of exactly what we would like to achieve (the 'destination'), and indeed may or may not have a clear vision or road map of how we would like to get there. We may experience a whole range of emotions at the prospect of the journey ahead.
As a coach, rather than maps and guidebooks, my 'tools' for the journey are comprised of other ‘equipment’ such as coaching processes and models, along with a choice of aids such as picture cards and images, story boards, thought showers, letters from the future, mind maps, Positive Psychology Interventions and many more, tailor-made to suit each situation and client.
I propose individual coaching in the workplace using diverse perspectives including cognitive behavioural, solution-focused and Positive Psychology coaching on a wide range of topics including, but not limited to, stress management and prevention, performance coaching, and wellbeing.
Coaching is suitable for employees of all levels.