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coaching services for employers

1-2-1 coaching

1-2-1 coaching provides a bespoke, tailored solution for your leaders and employees. By creating the time and space for busy individuals to focus on their professional development, they can confidently progress towards their goals. 

Some common areas of focus are: 

> Transitioning into a new role within the company

> Planning for progression

> Building confidence

> Defining leadership style

> Building resilience

> Improving decision making and delegation

> Defining and embracing strengths

> Managing conflict

> Creating work-life balance

> Outplacement or redundancy coaching

For details of a programme or to discuss the needs of an individual or team, please get in touch

Workshops and group coaching

Group coaching is a great way to bring together a number of people around a common personal or professional development theme, such as: 

> Effective coaching skills in the workplace

> Leading as a first time manager

> Challenging imposter syndrome

> Building confidence at work 

> Coaching skills for new managers

> Managing and embracing conflict

> Well-being at work (further details below)

> Embracing your authentic self

There are multiple benefits from group workshops in this way: from peer to peer support and shared learning, improved relationships between colleagues, creating a common language and approach around the set theme to taking the opportunity to practice giving and receiving feedback.

If you have an idea for a workshop that is not noted above, do get in touch to discuss further.

Well @ work 

According to the Mental Health Foundation (pre-COVID), work-related stress accounts for an average of 23.9 days of work lost for every person affected. Putting aside the financial cost of stress and poor 'work-health', a compassionate employer genuinely wants to support their people through the good and the bad. With so many demands on people in the workplace, it is important to create a culture where talking about stress, burn-out triggers, resources and coping strategies are welcomed.  A responsible employer will ensure open dialogue with its teams at all levels to ensure sustainable performance, enhanced productivity, decreased number of sick days plus awareness of 'presenteeism'.

‘Well@work’ was created for SMEs to offer their employees the opportunity to learn about their relationship to their own well-being, focusing on empowering individuals to take responsibility (and importantly, action) to look after themselves - in and out of work. 

W@W is a series of practical and self-reflective well-being workshops which focus on a different theme throughout the year (run monthly, bi-monthly or quarterly). Themes include:

  • Auditing your well-being

  • Building resilience

  • Time to reflect

  • Overcoming obstacles to well-being

  • Creative a positive mindset

  • Developing a work life balance

  • Setting boundaries

If you would like to find out more, please get in touch

Confidently lead - a programme for those transitioning into a management

This programme enables new managers to work out who they are and how to conduct themselves confidently and authentically in order to create a positive team culture and effective leadership style. It allows those new to managing set intentions around their style, consider how to get the best out of themselves and their team, and avoid the common traps new managers so often fall into.

For full details of the programme, click here or get in touch.

1-2-1 & group coaching: Products

"As with many business owners I found the lockdown very challenging mentally. Gemma helped me make a little more sense of how I felt and how to navigate out of the challenging times. It was the time I spent talking with Gemma about my journey that gave me the focus to make some fundamental changes, these have been immensely positive and taken us to a higher level of performance. I can’t thank her enough and I’m very proud to say she is now supporting all our managers on their leadership journey."

Jim, Managing Director, tourism

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