My style of leadership coaching is in-depth and progressive. The people I work with are looking to make an impact on the way we view leadership and business. They want to expand and develop away from the traditional way of doing things and make real change. They want to use more of themselves and enable those working for them to do the same, enabling true collaboration, excellence, growth and expansion.
I work with people to help them see outside the constraints of the current systems in which they work and live and to see a more expansive vision of their world. I use my psychological training to enable true development and growth both personally and professionally.
As a leader it is imperative to understand limitations and develop systems to accommodate them, this ensures that the impact on the company is minimised. Understanding blind spots and being able to draw them out and work with them is the sign of a strong and progressive leader, but it is hard to find them by oneself. My style of coaching is designed to leave clients with a better sense of integrated wholeness and the ability to work with all aspects of themselves. The company is left to flourish under a more authentic and inspirational leader.
The way that I work is by offering is a bespoke leadership coaching relationship that adapts to the individual client. As a psychotherapist and believer that to get the best out of our selves we need to be embodied. I work with depth, Emotional Intelligence and Body Intelligence. To get the most out of today we need to understand what from our past restricts and controls us. Therefore for those that are looking for more than the traditional leadership or executive coaching model I offer a model that is unique. The goal being 'authentic leadership' and leaving no stone left unturned.
I trained in Psychosynthesis leadership caching at the Institute of psychosynthesis Psychosythesis is a model which addresses the whole person. It enables the past to be drawn upon while also allowing room for the potential to fully emerge in the present. This ensures that we are able to achieve current objectives while also creating space for potent change.