“It ain’t what you don’t know that gets you into trouble. It’s what you know for sure that just ain’t so.”

(*Attributed to Mark Twain)

Increased human capacity for change in a complex environment

Coaching offers you the space to step back and reflect. Think out loud. Do a retrospect. Analyze the present. Work out better approaches. Dream the future. Make the change happen. Coaching takes you on a challenging yet enriching journey of self-discovery and sometimes of coming home to someone you were in the past and lost on the way. Coaching is about having courageous conversations with you in a safe and free of judgment space.

I bring all I’ve learned, all I’ve done, the whole of who I am and am becoming. I am here to be intensely curious, to articulate what you can’t see or have chosen not to notice. My job is to listen to the story within the story. As a coach, I speak my intuition and will not tiptoe around the truth.

During the coaching sessions, I use an array of co-active tools developed by the Coaches Training Institute (CTI) that have been proven as the gold standard over the past 20 years of the coaching profession.

What is Co-active Coaching – through the eyes of its founder, Henry Kimsey- House

Henry Kimsey-House discusses the power of Co-Active Coaching

The Quality Of Your Life Is Determined By The Quality Of The Questions You Ask Yourself

Who are you?
What do you really want?
What is something you truly believe in? Could this be wrong?
How do you react to pressure, authority and stress?
What are you tolerating? What mess are you avoiding?
What past experience/s is influencing your current decision-making process?
How do you talk to yourself – are you gentle and forgiving, or often critical and negative?
What support system can you count on in bad and in good times?