As your Leadership Coach I will help you uncover your own unique strengths and develop your Leadership style to gain a clearer understanding of yourself and what works best for you to gain the best from your team.
My methodology is based on extensive research in the area of Positive Leadership and how it can be applied in organisation’s so employees can thrive, flourish increase wellbeing and foster a positive climate in the workplace.
Learn to lead with purpose
Leadership coaching sessions will help you:
Gain awareness of your own behaviour as a leader
Build confidence in your leadership style
Improve relationships with your team
Think more strategically
Gain the best out of your team to improve business outcomes
Develop more effective communication skills
Understand how to use your strengths as a leader
Understand your blind spots
These are just some of the areas covered, each session is tailored to ensure I work with you to meet your specific needs.
Leadership Coaching sessions run for 90 minutes and follow up sessions of 60 minutes are available.
Build your leadership ability.
To book this session or learn more, please contact me via the contact button below.
When you decide to go ahead with a session I may ask you to complete the Myers Briggs Type Indicator assessment.
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) assessment tool is one of the most widely used personality assessments in the world, with over 2 million people taking it each year. It is based on over 50 years of research and is used widely as an effective tool for personal development, career and vocational guidance, team building, leadership development and relationship counselling.
The Myers-Briggs® instrument assesses your personality preferences based on the following four scales:
Extroversion (E) – Introversion (I)
Extroversion – energised by the outside world of people, activity and things
Introversion – energised by the inner world of thoughts, feelings and reflections
Sensing (S) – Intuition (N)
Sensing – tend to focus on information gathered through the five senses
Intuition – tend to look for patterns, meanings and possibilities in the information they receive
Thinking (T) – Feeling (F)
Thinking – tend to make decisions based on objective facts and principles
Feeling – tend to make decisions based on personal values and feelings
Judging (J) – Perceiving (P)
Judging – tend to prefer a more planned and structured lifestyle
Perceiving – tend to prefer a more flexible and spontaneous lifestyle
How I can help
I offer a large range of coaching and training services for both organisations and individuals: