My focus is empowering people and fueling business performance through strong leadership, mental processes, and behavioral change.
Coaching involves the belief that the individual has the answers to their own problems within them. The coach is not a subject expert, but rather is focused on helping the individual to unlock their own potential. The focus is very much on the individual and what is inside their head. The key skill of coaching is asking the right questions to help the individual work through their own issues.
Workshops & Facilitation
At the heart of process facilitation is an understanding that the facilitator is there to support the process. The facilitator is not a subject expert. Whatever the facilitator’s views on the subject are, they are not there to give them. Facilitators therefore should have no input into the content of the discussions, events or work more generally. Work that may be required to support the process includes:
- Focus Groups (Data Gathering as a Creative Act)
- Daring Greatly (Brene Brown certified facilitation )
- Rising Strong (Brene Brown certified facilitation )
- Grief in the Workplace