Organisational Coaching

While keeping a focus on the need for practical actions as an outcome of coaching, I have a particular interest in supporting my clients to find meaning in their work and a richer and more productive sense of their own excellence.

I take a "whole person" approach, where my clients combine a journey of personal discovery with putting into practice new behaviours to achieve new results.

This is a supportive approach, which seeks an optimal balance of personal and organisational benefits, and it is also one which expects the client to be deeply and honestly curious about themselves and to make a serious commitment to their development.

Accredited to use MBTI and FIRO-B, I take an eclectic approach to developing as a coach, with Clean Language and NLP at the core of my practice.

I have worked with clients on a wide range of agendas in a diversity of work contexts. These include, for example: 

  • developing increasing strategic capability
  • managing critical working relationship to produce better outcomes
  • becoming a more effective and confident people manager
  • transitioning into new roles
  • gaining clarity on professional goals and life-work balance
  • performance anxiety, job overwhelm and time management.