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Grow And Develop As A Leader Without Investing Hours in Pointless Courses Which Never Get Applied Once You’re Back In The Office.

Whatever you want to achieve in your professional life, be it a promotion, a pay rise or just simply more respect from your colleagues, Executive Coaching can help you to achieve those goals.


1000s of people have found that out and this can be shown in countless professional studies:


  • 61% of coaching clients say they improved their business management skills thanks to coaching. 

  • Executive coaching helps women improve their performance, satisfaction, and well-being.

  • 80% of coaching clients report increased self-confidence. 

  • 62% of coaching clients say they improved their career opportunities thanks to coaching. 

  • Overall, clients report that they have improved relationships, communication skills, interpersonal skills, work performance, work/life balance, and wellness all thanks to coaching.

I’ve found these studies’ results to be true through the work I’ve done with my clients too.

With my help they’ve been able to:

  • Understand their current competencies

  • See how they’re perceived by others

  • Focus on identifying and clarifying current goals as well as the appropriate action steps to reach those goals

  • Gain self-awareness

  • Develop interpersonal skills, listening skills, and empathy 

  • Grow emotional Intelligence

  • Learn to manage relationships more effectively

  • Become a better leader

Good Service and Results!

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So, if any of this sounds familiar…

  • You’re worried you’re not developing and growing as you expected

  • You’ve received some critical feedback that upon reflection you think might be valid

  • Your career has stalled

  • Or, you’re at the start of your journey and you just won a new promotion 

…then the good news is you’re in the right place.


Because Executive Coaching can help you even when you’ve tried:

  • Reading self-development books… 

because you figured all the experts would be able to help you achieve your potential/get that promotion, but it turns out they can only teach you so much - especially if you aren’t great at putting them into effect

  • Informal conversations with friends at work…

because you figured people in similar roles and positions to you would know how to behave and be seen as a “good leader” but they’ve been winging it, and their feedback wasn’t overly honest because they were worried about offending you

  • Feedback from your manager…

because you figured they’d be honest about your performance and tell you how to improve, but it turns out they think everything is fine and in reality they’re probably not overly keen to develop you because it means they’d have to recruit your replacement - or they worry you could replace them!

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Here’s the key benefits of Executive Coaching:

Get That Promotion

Through Executive Coaching you can learn more about yourself than you ever would through self-directed learning so that you can progress in your career.

Get That Pay Rise

By improving your interpersonal skills like empathy, listening and communication, you’ll be recognised as a High Performer and be tasked with the interesting projects at work.


Which then strengthens your hand when you ask your boss for that deserved pay increase.

Achieve Your Potential

You know you’re made for more than your current role but you’re having difficulty getting it. 

But with Executive Coaching you’ll learn what you need to work on in order to develop into the person your company can’t hold back any longer.

Be A Better Leader

Whether you’re in a “leadership” position or not, you can still be a leader in the workplace and manage your relationships more effectively.


This can lead to greater recognition and respect from your peers so you’re more likely to get support if it’s ever needed.

Understand Yourself Better

Learn what you’re good at, and what you’re not so good at.


That way you can talk about your development with your stakeholders so the next time the company is talking about redundancies you've solidified your position as an “up and comer”.

Identify Your Career Goals

By working out what you want, we’ll be able to create a plan of how to get you there.


So you don’t have to feel like you’re lost and treading water at work any longer.

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Now, you may be wondering how Executive Coaching works and what makes it so effective.

Well, it’s like this:


  • You’ll bring situations from your working week to discuss so we can review what happened to help you see different ways of reacting

  • Over time, through analysing these situation and the different ways you could’ve reacted you’ll get a deeper understanding of yourself and others and you’ll begin to develop, change, and grow

  • We’ll look at things like how you communicate, manage conflict, build your team and make decisions and then we’ll figure out if they were the best ways of handling things or if you could’ve done something better or different to get a better outcome

  • All this will build into a situation where you are able to consistently make better decisions in the workplace so you can grow professionally and develop into the leader you want to become

  • And through it all I’ll be your dependable and trustworthy sounding board whatever it is you want to discuss, explore and learn from.

Will Executive Coaching Really Work For Me?

If you’re someone who wants to grow in life, and at work, then absolutely Executive Coaching can work for you. 

But you do have to be open and honest with me if I’m going to help you.

If you can manage that, then you can be like every other coaching client I’ve ever had who got the results they wanted.

And remember, Executive Coaching has worked for 1000s across the world already.

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