Is Executive Coaching for me?
Before you scroll further, let’s explore whether executive coaching is for you, and or your team.
Take a look at these frequently asked questions.
What is Executive Coaching?
Imagine having an accountability partner to help you decide how you want to ‘show up’ at work, finding the things that are holding you back, your blind spots, your road blocks and then helping you make a plan to move forward.
Executive coaching with me is future focused and conversational. I use NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) techniques as my way of inquiring, listening and supporting. Executive coaching increases self-awareness and self-mastery in professional relationships, ways of thinking, and being.
Who is it for?
My Executive Coaching sessions are for:
What can Executive Coaching help with?
Executive Coaching can help with:
- Anxiety linked with a demanding role, procrastination, expectation to perform.
- Difficult interactions with others
- Feeling chronically underconfident in meetings
- Being thrown in at the deep end. Newly appointed to a role
- Feeling of Imposter Syndrome
If you would like to:
- Navigate effortlessly through problems and decisions
- Deal with difficult people with ease
- Negotiate with others without compromising your own integrity
- Leave your meetings and interactions feeling proud, heard and in control
- Reduce your stress and anxiety
So that you can:
- Feel in control and confident about the decisions you make
- Resolve conflict easily
- Enjoy your work and your relationships
- Feel excited about the future
- Combat overwhelm and stress
Can Executive Coaching help with my anxiety?
If you’re one of the thousands of people who suffer from anxiety at work and procrastinate about making decisions then yes, this is for you.
Why should I have a coach in my business?
Whether you choose to work with me yourself or bring me into your business to coach your leaders, you will:
Reduce stress, anxiety and frustration
Discover solutions, ideas and possibilities you hadn’t thought of
Create a stronger sense of belief, confidence and empowerment
Find new, more productive ways to communicate to get the best result
I’m in a good place, do I need a coach?
Executive Coaching isn’t therapy. Top athletes, politicians and entrepreneurs all have coaches to enhance their performance, clarify their strategies and focus their energy.
Sessions are specific to the client. They’re future focused and can involve talking about expansion, growth, dreaming big, and achieving even more.
Let me tell you what you can achieve working with me.
- Create your own style of leadership and get clear on your goals
- Communicate authentically and make purposeful decisions
- Find healthy balance by discovering your unique stress triggers and re wiring your thoughts
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"Emma is an exceptional coach. Professional, credible, kind, positively focussed, and she gets results. I would have no hesitation in recommending Emma to others seeking either personal or professional coaching support."
Strategic Learning & Development Manager, Talent Management
"I recently met Emma when she was delivering an introductory training session to delegates from multiple businesses, Emma’s presenting style is very inclusive of all learning types and she is able to build instant rapport and put everybody at ease quickly. Emma has a genuine sincere demeanour which makes her easy to engage with and listen to. Emma is extremely knowledgeable around wellbeing and I can highly recommend her to any business that aims to increase wellbeing in its workforce."
Associate, Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) England
"I have had the pleasure of working with Emma and would highly recommend her. She has this innate ability to cut straight to what's needed in a very un-intrusive way. Her professionalism shines through and I would recommend inviting her in to support your teams. She's got a wealth of knowledge and a style that's a breath of fresh air. The workshops she provides on wellbeing in the workplace are current and the content is brilliant."
HR Director,Oxford University Press