The workplace has changed significantly over the years and these days it’s not uncommon for a person to change jobs as often as ten times over a lifetime – sometimes swapping one unsatisfactory job for another. Often people find that their work does not tap into their passions and does not utilise the key strengths they most enjoy using. People become bored, demotivated and frustrated as they don’t value nor enjoy what they are doing. Just because you are good at something, doesn’t mean it’s going to make you happy.
Career coaching helps clients to discover more about themselves including their values, strengths, skills and pleasures. It offers the opportunity to discover how they do want to contribute to the workforce and helps them to align their job, career path or retirement towards a more fulfilling life.
It’s true to say, ‘To please yourself, you must know yourself’. Career discovery coaching can help you raise your level of self-awareness so you can navigate towards roles that are going to excite you, which can become an extension of your true self.
Ready to explore working together?
Everyone responds differently to stress. When the pressure is on, some people thrive and become incredibly productive, where others feel overwhelmed by the pressure and experience several negative symptoms. We all have our strengths and weaknesses – some people are brilliant at handling conflict at work yet may fall to pieces when family problems arise at home. Others get a thrill from adrenalin fuelled activities and whilst many would have nightmares at the prospect of public speaking. Whether it’s at work, home, in your personal life or social life, if stress is taking it’s toll, taking control of the situation and implementing stress reducing disciplines is the best way to avoid suffering the long-term consequences of chronic stress.
However, as stress-related problems such as heart disease, high blood pressure, obesity, digestive dysfunctions, anxiety and depression cause a huge strain on the NHS, it would appear that many people take a remedial approach to stress rather than a preventative one and only tend to seek help when they are already in the grip of it.
Working with me as your Stress Management Consultant can help you in several ways. I will support you in understanding how stress is affecting you and then help you to restore calm through the application of stress reduction techniques suitable for your type of stress. Once you feel more relaxed and resourceful we can then take the next step towards addressing the main conflicts in your life.
The first step is to book yourself in for a Stress Management Coaching Session. At your first appointment, we will work through a Stress Inventory together and shine a light on the main causes. Many times people underestimate just how many stressful triggers occur in their day to which they are forced to adjust. Once you are aware of your triggers and how your mind and body respond to them (your stress response), you can learn to adapt your response and begin experiencing more calm in your life.
Be assured that you can learn how to relax and you can improve your personal and professional circumstances.
Neuro-Linguistic Programming, or NLP for short, is the ongoing and fast developing study of human excellence.
NLP looks at the dynamics between mind and body (neuro), your language and communication (linguistic) and how their interplay (programming) becomes your behaviour. It also allows us to look at the dynamic between the mind and body of highly successful individuals in order to model these behaviours and produce outstanding results for ourselves.
In the coaching practice, NLP is a collection of powerful change management tools which will enable us to monitor and adapt the way you think, act and communicate in order to get better results in all areas of your life.
Working with me as your Practitioner will help you break free from negative thought patterns and behaviours and help you to develop more useful inner beliefs about yourself and your world.
”Whether you think you can, or think you can’t, you’re right.” – Henry Ford
As a fully qualified NLP practitioner I am also able to draw on an array of NLP tools at times when you are ‘getting in your own way’, most particularly when you are experiencing one or more of the following:
Lack of motivation
Using NLP at times like these enables us to resolve issues quickly, responsibly and effectively.
Being an NLP practitioner means I am better able to understand you, the way you think and the way you behave. I will be able to help you to identify your strengths and weaknesses and then together we can create for you a personalised strategy that will ensure the success of your coaching goals and objectives.
Contact me today to arrange a convenient time for a FREE telephone or Zoom consultation. Let’s have a chat about how I can help you with your immediate concerns or requirements
*Workplace Coaching – Please enquire for a written quote.
It is my recommendation that whilst a small number of coaching sessions can produce excellent results, you should look to undertake a minimum of 4 sessions to fully benefit from our coaching relationship.
At least 24 hours notice is required for session cancellations, otherwise, unfortunately I will need to charge for my time and the missed session at my standard rate.
Payment by Cash or Bank Transfer. Please contact High Peak Life Coaching or see you invoice for payment details.
Continuing Personal Development:
If you are self employed coaching can be counted as Continuing Professional Development (CPD) for taxation purposes.
Some employers will consider paying for employees to attend coaching sessions as part of CPD and wellbeing programmes – it is always worth speaking to your manager or HR team as coaching can have a positive impact on productivity and staff retention.
All information shared between me and my clients will be held in strictest confidence. Any notes taken will be held in private files, accessible only by me, and paper notes will be kept in a locked filing cabinet in my home office.