Will coaching work for me?

Coaching offer you a chance to do what you need to do, so you’re ready to move forwards.

  • Conversations with a trained and independent coach offer you a valuable opportunity to hear yourself think and process things with someone who isn’t involved in your day-to-day.

  • When someone you care about wants to work things through, with someone who isn’t you, coaching can offer them a safe space to think, in the company of someone else.

  • When someone on your team needs an external space to think about their work, with someone who isn’t their manager, coaching can offer them time to think with someone outside of your organisation.

If you want to get more clarity, or get unstuck so you can move forwards, coaching conversations can provide a supportive space (and the right sort of challenge) so you can do the thinking you need to do.

Ready to spend some time thinking - and then go away and take action? Great!

But here’s the thing: It’s absolutely OK not to be ready right now, or for coaching not to be a good fit for you.

Sometimes, it’s simply not the right time. Sometimes, a different approach might serve you better.

Working with a coach can be a supportive, challenging and empowering experience. 

We believe that one of the greatest benefits of coaching, is that rather than having someone else tell you what to do, you’ll develop your own thinking ‘muscle’, so you’ll leave better equipped for the future - and with the satisfaction of knowing you’ve done most of the work yourself.

Find out why coaching isn’t for everyone…
and how coaching is different to other things mentoring, counselling and consulting