Unlocking positive potential
What we offer
- Business coaching
- Executive coaching
- Performance coaching
- Personal coaching
We will use a Language of Inquiry that will facilitate Collective Trust and build Social Capital. Knowing the opinions and experiences of yourself your team or organisation can be vital. Our coaching has been proven to get excellent results with improved understanding for the stake holders; shared meaning across disparate groups; increased engagement, and a clear sense of direction.
We offer this service in the following areas:
- Transformation and systemic change
- Management and success strategies
- Coaching for a competitive advantage
- Group and individual facilitation
- Personal and professional development
- Customer service and awareness
- Stress/state management
- Career coaching
- Team building, goal setting and motivations
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At all our workshops:
- We will deliver sustainable change.
- You will receive the service you expect.
- You will achieve you desired outcomes.
- You will sell more and deliver.
- Will be beyond your expectations.
- We will deliver an outside perspective.
Workshop structure and process:
Workshops combine training, development, team-building, communications, motivation and planning. Participation and involvement of staff:
- Increases ownership
- Gives a sense of empowerment
- Facilitates development of individuals
- Effectively manages change
- Achieves improvement
- Creates initiatives, plans, and processes for action
- Breaks down barriers
- Improves communications inside and outside of departments
- Integrates staff
“Stuart is a pleasure to work with at every level and he takes time and trouble with his interactions to ensure that you feel that bit more positive, enthusiastic and capable just for being around him – an excellent quality in a coach! I recommend him as a coach and am already looking for opportunities to collaborate with him in the future.”
Caitlin Walker – Owner Training Attention
Coaching is very much a two way process which allows the company or organisation to grow, change and adapt whilst considering the personal development needs and values of all those involved in the process. Through coaching all the goals and desired outcomes of both the organisation and the individuals can be met and can even exceed expectations while both the organisation and the individuals gain significant benefits.
Coaching is appropriate for all sizes of organisation and can be used to enhance morale and motivation; improve productivity and reduce staff turnover. It can be used to assist through times of change or difficulty or to find out what is already good or great within the organisation and make it greater.
Organisational development and change — and the need to provide employees with support through this — were traditionally catalysts which led to companies choosing to seek coaching.
It used to be the case that coaching was reserved only for top executives and senior managers. Coaching is now available to an ever widening number of employees and is often used to initiate change whilst aligning with employees’ personal goals and values.
A great deal of overlap exists between business and executive coaching, and this is increasingly the case as more organisations choose to adopt it.
Executive coaches tend to work with high level professionals; those with a track record in top executive roles and those at CEO level or within high profile and blue chip organisations. Total confidentiality is offered.
Executives can also benefit from career progress, leadership and insight development coaching.
This is used more and more in all types of organisation and always with a view to enhancing performance. Even when an employee receives coaching to assist with their work life balance, the organisation’s goal is to create a more complete and higher performing workforce as a result.
Performance coaching is an entirely positive activity where all parties benefit. Many aspects of modern performance coaching are derived from the theoretical underpinnings of sports coaching. Many models and tools from sports coaching have been used in business since the 1970s when Tim Gallwey, a leading business expert and author, introduced the techniques of sports coaching to the commercial arena.
Coaching is all about you and what you want. It’s about finding out how to get it and it’s about successfully getting it.
- What is the aim of coaching
- Areas of your life we can positively change
- What we will do with you
What is the aim of coaching? – to change your life and your world for the better and to let you see, feel and hear things in an exhilarating, empowering, exciting that you never have before.
Coaching is about moving towards positive desired outcomes and goals. It is a wonderfully effective vehicle for analysis, reflection and action that ultimately enables you to achieve success in one or more areas of your life or work.
Areas of your life that coaching with us can have a positive effect on:
- Finances and wealth
- Friends and family
- Fun, recreation and entertainment
- Health and fitness
- Love life
- Personal/spiritual development
- Physical environment
Coaching with us will allow you to achieve any of the following:
- Making decisions.
- Raising your self-esteem.
- Assessing your the present situation.
- Setting well formed outcomes.
- Improving your communication skills.
- Going forward in your career.
- Improving your personal well-being.
- Increasing your motivation.
- Becoming a better decision-maker.
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“I would highly recommend Stuart to anyone wanting to find a new direction in their life and am happy to share my recommendation by email or phone to any of his future prospective clients.”
Venetia Aitkin – Property Developer, Canada
When coaching with us we will
- Facilitate the exploration of your needs, motivations, desires, skills and thought processes to assist you in making real, lasting change.
- Use questioning techniques to facilitate your own thought processes in order to identify solutions and actions rather than simply taking a wholly directive approach.
- Set appropriate goals and methods of assessing progress in relation to these goals.
- Observe, listen and ask questions to understand your situation.
- Creatively apply tools and techniques.
- Encourage a commitment to action and the development of lasting personal growth and change.
- Maintain unconditional positive regard for you, which means that we are supportive and non-judgemental of you, your views, your lifestyle and your aspirations at all times.
- Ensure that you develop personal competencies and do not develop unhealthy dependencies on the coaching relationship.
- Evaluate outcomes of the process, using objective measures wherever possible to ensure the relationship is successful and that you are achieving your personal goals.
- Encourage you to continually improve competencies and to develop new developmental alliances where necessary to achieve your goals.
- Work within your area of personal competence.
- Possess qualifications and experience in the areas that coaching is offered.
- Manage the relationship to ensure you receive the appropriate level of service and that the number of coaching sessions is neither too short, nor too long.