“Yesterday I was clever, so I wanted to change the world. Today I am wise so I am changing myself”
As humans we like to do well. When you do well at work, you may get given an expanded role, or more people to manage. You might be in that tricky transition as you move from being a scientific expert to leading a project team and trying to get things done through others. The only thing is that the approaches you have used in the past are not serving you so well any more.
I will work with you to support your personal development – to help you identify and work on those one or two things that trip you up and are a distraction from your gifts and strengths.
My coaching style is supportive and challenging. I will use feedback and psychometric tools to help identify your gifts and blind spots. I will invite you to explore areas of your work life which are going well, and not so well, and to determine strategies for increasing your job satisfaction, impact and contribution to the success of your business.
Some examples of my work to help people grow have included:-
- One-to-one development coaching using 360 degree feedback questionnaires and the Myers Briggs Type Indicator – Step II, as a basis for creating personal development plans. For more information click here
- Mentoring and development coaching to facilitate behaviour change or apply training and learning back at work
- One-to-one tailored tutorials
“Thank you for supporting and coaching me through the concept and completion of my development plan (and your thought-provoking prompts on how to move forward). Our 1-2-1’s over the last few months have been invaluable in my development and planning my next steps. I look forward to working with you again”
QC Manager, Global Pharmaceutical company, Liverpool.
Over to you…
- Have you ever explored your natural strengths and blind spots in the context of your role or your organisation?
- Would you like the opportunity to see how you can build on your strengths and create a brand new strategy for leading your team?
- Have you just been promoted and are finding it hard to influence your new peer group and stakeholders?
I’d love to hear from you.