As a coach I spend a lot of time listening to people talking about their lives and there does seem to be a lot of cross-over. I have often thought about how I could create a safe environment to bring people together to discuss such issues and then, to my surprise, when reading the latest issue of Psychologies Magazine (which I am a big fan of) it suggested creating your own Life Leap Club, an inspirational, kind, supportive and uplifting community which each month discusses dossier content (from Psychologies Magazine) while enabling small changes in the lives of people within the group. So guess what…it is a new year so I am going to do just that. So what does it look like:
A group of 8 people meeting monthly to discuss key questions as highlighted in Psychologies Magazine Dossier section.
MY ROLE: The facilitator, posing questions, and creating the agenda.
YOUR ROLE: To show up and be part of a fab inspirational community that makes a difference to each other and yourself.
The GOAL: To provide a place for people to connect once a month to talk about how we can survive and thrive in the world – no matter what. It’s about listening, caring and having a laugh.
The first session will take place on TUESDAY 29th January from 10:00-11:30 at Rume2 in Chichester and will cost £20 per person.
To book your spot, please email email@example.com or phone me on 07401 064334.
Businesses employ my services as a trainer because they know their people will truly benefit from the investment. I have been delivering training for 15 years and focus primarily on Presentation Skills, Personal Effectiveness, Increasing Team Effectiveness with DISC Personality Profiling, Managing Millennials and Interview Skills training. I continue to receive positive feedback and I believe it is because I love what I do, I am passionate about people and I stay up to date with the areas in which I train.
I am a coach focusing in three areas. As an SME business coach I work with small to medium businesses to help them focus on their goals while maximizing leadership presence, inspiring and motivating team members and developing excellent emotional intelligence. As a life coach I work with individuals to support them in making changes in their lives whether it be with personal development, work-life balance or change. As a student coach I spend time with young adults with huge potential to help them look forward, getting them to consider their short and long term goals and then working on a plan to get them there. As a coach in all areas my role is to support, motivate, challenge and essentially act as a cheerleader to help my clients reach their goals.