In each session, we focus on developing your career path to prioritise enjoyment, fulfilment and sustainability, as well as dealing with any short-term challenges & issues you are facing. We will also cover different health & lifestyle areas such as sleep, nutrition, movement & exercise, relaxation, screen time & concentration and time management. And we will work to create more "Breadth" in your life - for family, friends and other interests - rather than having your self-worth entirely determined by professional success (or otherwise).
In all these areas, the focus is on developing practical and actionable plans that will improve your wellbeing and performance.
For most clients, meeting once a month for 60-90 minutes each session can work really well. Face-to-face is far better than Zoom for this sort of coaching and I prefer to do as much as possible while walking outside. Ideally, I want to get you away from your work & home environments to remove any distractions or interruptions and to enable us to focus deeply on each topic.
I am based in London and the Cotswolds but can also travel to suit you.
In between sessions, I will provide you with additional books or articles to read, podcasts to listen to and activities to try on your own, as well as offering plenty of encouragement and support.
Around half of my clients are from the world of finance, but I also work with CEOs & other leaders from both private & public sectors, as well as a wide variety of City professionals. I only work with 8-10 clients at a time to ensure that I can give them each the attention and support they need.
To find out more about how it works and pricing, please click on the contact button below. Companies are increasingly willing to fund or subsidise the cost of this type of coaching as they realise that it can significantly enhance the value, productivity and contentment of their employees.
Many common issues have complex causes and are best addressed by considering a wide range of relevant factors. Take the example of why someone may be sleeping poorly:
We need to consider nutritional habits, time management, sleep hygiene and screen time as well as an informed understanding of someone's professional life in order to improve the situation.
A professional athlete might have a team of coach, psychologist, nutritionist, trainer, physio, doctor and the like in order to optimise their performance. You can benefit from the same kind of support from me and my team of experts.