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Our clients come to us to discuss all kinds of different needs and issues, some in their private lives and some in their work lives - often both. We will help you work out what's important and take the necessary steps to make sure you gain the most from your life.
The role of coaching is not to give advice, but is the act facilitating your development, well-being and performance. It’s purpose is to raise self-awareness and identify choices. Through coaching together we shall aim to find your solutions, develop your skills and change your attitudes and behaviours, if this is what you want or need.
We will be there to listen, to question and to reflect back what I hear and see, to potentially hold you to account for your actions and to ensure that you are viewing your dilemma/issue without bias, from a cleaner perspective. The overarching aim of coaching is to eventually action change and to close the gap between your potential and your current state. Clients discuss all kinds of different issues, some in their private lives and some in their work lives - often both. My aim is to help you work out what's important and to enable you to take the necessary steps to make sure you gain the most from your life. At the end of each session we will have created some action points for you to take forward in order to begin the process of change.
- Coaching is perfectly suited to helping you if you are;
- re-examining your career
- leading people
- balancing demands
- looking to get back to work
- looking to accelerate your ideas
- looking for meaning
- pondering at a cross-roads
- struggling with a challenge
- looking for the confidence to move forward
- stuck in a rut
- need a sounding board
"Coaching is suited to everyone at all ages and stages of life and career so take the first step and a book a free 25 min call."
Coaching sessions with Rachel are like having a chat with your good friend over a cup of coffee. Rachel is an expert at the art of coaching through conversation, in a very natural and uplifting way, which has you opening up and talking honestly about your current challenge, whether it be personal or professional. And though it may feel like a coffee chat, Rachel has a knack for cutting to the heart of matters that often sit in our blindspots, helping us to join the dots and make sense of the situation at hand. The conversation ends up being very constructive and action-oriented, but Rachel’s style is so unique and effective, it makes you excited for the next session!
Rachel helped me focus on why I want to get things done – instead of endlessly ruminating on what could possibly go wrong and whether there might a better way of doing things. She's also made me see more clearly in which situations some of my personality traits are strengths and when they might be more of a weakness. What's more, she's just a really nice person who genuinely cares about her clients!
Finding a coach that is a good fit for you can be difficult, but I struck gold when the opportunity to have Rachel as a coach came up. No matter what I’ve brought to the table Rachel has helped me find solutions, critically analyse or find confidence when I’ve needed it. She does this with such ease, enthusiasm and creativity that I see the time spent in each session as indispensable. I couldn’t recommend Rachel strongly enough.