Coaching

My coaching style is warm, curious and pragmatic with the goal of creating a safe space for the client. Working with me enables my clients to unravel confusing thoughts, gain a greater understanding of the obstacles in their path and have the confidence to overcome them.  Once “unstuck” they feel more motivated, engaged and ready to step-up to a higher level of performance.

 

For organisations, this translates to engaged and motivated employees, who are more proactive, more willing to go the extra mile, and who are able to perform successfully at the next level.

How coaching can help you 

Most of my clients find that they are "stuck" at work and want help with career progression, career planning, or becoming more confident in a new role or after returning from a career break.

Coaching increases their self-awareness, allowing them to truly understand what’s important to them and reflecting upon learned patterns of behaviour.

From this a number of underlying issues come to the fore such as influence and impact, strengthening relationships, work-life balance and navigating change. My clients are leaders with professional backgrounds in both the private and public sectors.

Coaching can be face to face or online and a typical programme would last for three to six sessions. Sessions can be supplemented with psychometric or 360-degree evaluations for a small additional fee.

Key to my approach is a clear understanding of the coaching goals and how progress towards these will be measured.

Helen Tuddenham  in cream top and blue trousers learning against a blue painted wall and smiling

To find out more about what working with an executive coach is like then read my blog post, or take a look at my Frequently Asked Questions page.

How coaching can help your organisation

If your organisation is trying to build capability, undergo organisational change or get more from your high potential talent then an organisational coaching programme could benefit you by:

  • Helping leaders to align their individual actions and leadership decisions to the overall organisational strategy.

  • Supporting individuals to clarify personal objectives, reflect on learning and embed any behavioural changes.

  • More quickly elevating the performance of junior team members, than training or experience alone.

  • Improving organisational performance through better collaboration and strategic decision making.

This translates to an increased confidence and capability in your workforce, enabling you to meet your strategic goals.