Feeling stuck in your life or career and not sure why? Fed-up? Unfulfilled?
Something needs to change! But if you’re not sure ‘what’ exactly, how do you even start?
Life or career coaching outdoors in the fresh air could get you moving – literally.
Free up vital headspace. A toolkit that helps find your own answers. Walk and talk coaching with someone who’ll listen, and help.
“I embarked on life coaching with a degree of scepticism, but I have been truly thrilled with the processes that Kate has put in place for me to help with the unveiling of myself to, well, myself!”
A 30 minute online call or phone call. Find out if we could work together. No obligation to take things further.
Choose a programme of 6, 8 or more sessions, depending on what you want to achieve. Part payment options available.
Ongoing support once you have finished your initial programme. Keep you on track.
Something bespoke, for you.
“She’s very good at gentle, suggestive, questioning that sends you down a new path of discovery and holds up a metaphorical mirror every now and then so you can stop and reflect in greater detail on what may initially have seemed a minor point.
Kate has subtly helped me negotiate my way through a mass of confusion to gain clarity and confidence for both my private and working lives.”
“Kate was a great listener, she was gently encouraging and knew when to prompt or nudge me along to find the answers and when to just listen and wait for me to get there. She’s sensitive and knowledgeable and understood the challenges I was facing and what I needed in terms of support.
Coaching with Kate really helped me have a new perspective on my situation and empowered me to make significant developments to get to where I wanted to be.”
“Kate listened and just let me talk. This mattered to me because in subsequent sessions when she encouraged me to think and asked questions to allow me to go deeper or help me shift, I knew she knew what mattered to me and how deep certain things went.
It meant I trusted her. Kate has left me with one resounding idea – how do I want my life to be.”
“I embarked on life coaching with a degree of scepticism, but I have been truly thrilled with the processes that Kate has put in place for me to help with the unveiling of myself to, well, myself!
Kate has really listened to and understood me, during our sessions I’ve/we’ve been able to piece together my thoughts into smaller, coherent segments, helping me to focus on my future goals and what is most important to me.”
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1. Bring my whole self to this process; professionally and personally.
You cannot separate your professional and personal ‘lives’.
2. Be present in the moment and connected.
… to the coaching; what you’re thinking, feeling, experiencing. And…to nature if and where we are outdoors. If we’re on headphones, I’ll invite you to be descriptive of your environment too.
You can do this in several ways:
I will bring the process, tools, ideas, resources and best practice to best support you towards your goal/intention/objective. More in your pre-coaching questionnaire.
4. Give feedback and be responsive.
Coaching is collaborative. Neither of us should guess where we stand. I ask you to give me feedback and respond – you can rely on me to give and do the same.
I aim to get back to you within 24 hours of you emailing me, even if it’s just to say ‘I received your message’ before I respond properly. If it’s over the weekend or holiday, this may take longer.
5. Do the work in the session and in between sessions.
…so that you get the best value, even when it’s challenging. I might suggest a piece of work based on what you brought to the session. Mainly you will decide your course of action.
Whichever way, I’ll invite you to:
6. Session duration and timescale.
I’d been trying to work out ‘what else’ I could do with my career and life.
After 20 years in HR and with the children getting older, I wanted to change careers, but into ‘what?’ And ‘how’ was that even possible? And…’who would take on a mid-40’s apprentice?’!
I took small steps to boost my confidence and mindset; a regular ‘walk and whinge’ with friends to offload, short courses to up-skill, more running, more netball.
I asked my workplace ‘what else’ they needed that I could help with – ‘job crafting’.
I was trying to make changes but it wasn’t really working. I was still frustrated and now, more miserable. I needed a different approach to find a way forward and release the building pressure I felt.
Hiring an accredited coach with whom I knew I could work with, enabled me to take a good look at myself – at times, uncomfortably.
To be listened to without any interruption, or judgement was empowering and I started to recognise what made me, me – my personality, strengths, what energised me and made me happy. What if these things amounted to a job I would…love…?
I followed my curiosity and dabbled with ideas about potential jobs, tasks and environments that would suit me, with a new, growth mindset.
I started to shift perspective. When I finally realised the ‘what’, I felt an energy and sense of knowing that was powerful. And I laughed, because it had been right in front of me!
Coaching undoubtedly helped me get to know myself, to see my potential and what was possible. I wholeheartedly decided through those sessions, on what and how I wanted things to be.
It had taken me two years of feeling stuck and miserable and a number of hours to be liberated.
This is what I now do with my clients. I help them rediscover themselves so that they can play to their strengths and thrive.