Home

One-to-one coaching

Struggling to find your voice? Unable to speak your mind? When there is no role model around you that you can identify with, it’s hard to embody a better you. As your coach, I can hold the space for you and help you find your range, step forward and shine a light on your future. I can help you navigate the discomfort of challenging the status quo and stand your ground.

When work repeatedly brings its challenges into the sacrosanct home this can negatively impact your wellbeing. The coaching relationship can provide a reparative experience. My practice of bringing attention to body, mind and emotions helps you become aware of your needs. Together we can explore what you are missing, what you long for and how you can reclaim your full potency.

What is inclusion at work? Put simply, inclusion at work is achieved when you can bring all of yourself to the workplace and feel valued for who you are and the way you deliver the needs of the business. For me, inclusion is an inter-personal skill and a way of being all at once. So, let me ask again: Struggling to find your voice? Unable to speak your mind?

Group/organisational facilitation

My workshops follow an experiential process that places strong emphasis on establishing a collaborative environment for respectful and genuine exchanges among participants. The potency of these workshops lies in my approach: a facilitated process for genuine curiosity, playfulness and connection with each other. Typical group workshops (delivered in your organisation or online) include:

Day-long wellbeing workshops: Participants explore what resources (inner and outer) can support them best and how they can arouse the resilient self by practicing communications skills such as listening and dialogue. These workshops are anchored in wellbeing methods and may include very short creative writing exercises.

Day-long inclusion workshops: Participants gain clarity around what inclusion at work means for them and how colleagues impact each other (for better or worse). These workshops put an emphasis on how inclusion feels and how it is experienced in the workplace. Because the workshops are experiential in nature, participants practise inclusion. They practise the art of understanding each other’s experience, through simple activities such as compassionately sharing experiences, demonstrating appreciation to other participants and giving feedback.

‘Creative writing for wellbeing’ workshops (typically two hours): These workshops provide a space for participants to pause and engage in short writing exercises (one or two minutes) in order to reconnect with the essentials of life: wellbeing. The supportive and caring process helps participants reach out to and harness their spontaneity, imagination and aliveness.