Executive Coaching

Utilize an executive coach for:

Personal Growth

Thrive professionally and personally

Become a Leader

Manage across the Organization

Peak performance

Advance in your current position

Real time feedback

Gain clarity and accelerate your career

Life Coaching

For both professional and personal life

Life coaches are there to help people in their professional life and personal life by encouraging them and pushing them to reach their full potential.
While positive emotions are the natural outcome of great coaching, the primary focus is on creating strategies for changing your work or personal life.

A life coach wears many hats, as a facilitator, advocate, friend, navigator, partner, sometimes consultant, but it’s a dramatically different relationship. In coaching, you share power. People expect us to tell them what to do. That doesn’t work. You will determine what to do and how to get there with my guidance and expertise.

Work With Brian

Because he believes in:

Integrity

Acting with respect and strong ethics

Honesty

Being transparent, trustworthy in a professional manner

Diversity & Inclusion

Bringing different life experiences and a range of backgrounds

Allowing You To Be You

Encouraging you to bring out your best

Being Real

Genuine and non judgemental

Acting With Courage

To push your potential to the limit

FAQ

Coaching is partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential. Through a process of powerful questions, deep listening and reflection, the coach holds the space for the coachee to connect to their inner brilliance- their natural strengths and values and discover a path which is uniquely theirs.

The underlying belief in coaching is that every individual has the ability to find solutions to their challenges from within themselves. They just need someone to help them discover and uncover those solutions.

The client always sets the agenda.

A good coach can help you with living your true potential in many ways.

Some of these are:

Greater self-awareness: Find the ability to appreciate your strengths and consistently operate from them.
Greater impact: Deliver greater impact professionally – on people, culture and business; and personally – in areas of life that you value.
Easier Transitions: Make more intentional decisions. And succeed in a new career, role or assignment, by navigating the challenges and learning demands in new unfamiliar circumstances.
Harnessing a growth mindset: Nurture the courage to take on bigger challenges, the resilience to work through them, and the flexibility to adapt and succeed in an ever-changing world.

The coach’s role is to raise the level of consciousness of the client through questions that allow the client to choose what they want, what they are prepared to do and what they are prepared to commit to themselves in the present moment.

A coach does not advise. A coach believes the client has the answers and the ability to find them. A good coach operates a a good listener and from a beginer’s mindset.

A coach does not set the agenda for the client.
A coach does not sit in judgement.
A coach does not dictate the solution and the timing of the coachee’s journey.

Therapy tends to focus on healing past experiences and on how someone is feeling. Coaching focuses on the client creating from the present moment, taking action and moving forward towards his or her desired goal. Coaching cannot and does not replace therapy. 

A mentor uses his / her experience in having dealt with similar challenges to advise the client. Coaching believes that every individual has the ability to find solutions to their challenges themselves. They just need someone to help them discover and uncover those solutions.

In coaching, the client always sets the agenda. 

In consulting a subject matter expert delivers the answers.  A coach believes his / her client has all of their best answers within them and the coach supports the client in accessing their truth to find the most effective answer for themselves. 

Leadership Coaching is the term given to a coaching process focused on leaders or leadership, where an individual client or a team gets customised help from a coach to help achieve their goals and become a more effective leader or leadership team.
 
The coach’s role is that of one who holds the belief that the leader has unlimited potential to achieve his / her goal and live their true potential. Coaches don’t solve problems for the coachees, as they believe coachees are the experts in their own lives.
 
However, through a process of powerful questions, deep listening and reflection, the coach holds the space for the coachee to connect to their inner brilliance- their natural strengths and values and discover a path which is uniquely thiers.
While both forms of coaching work on the same fundamental premise, the difference between life coaching and leadership coaching lies in the client’s agenda.
 
Someone who seeks a life coach is primarily trying to address an agenda that impacts their personal life. The life coach often helps their client find balance, improve relationships or build positivity. .
 
Leadership Coaching is the term given to a coaching process focused on  leadership, where an individual client seek help from a coach to achieve their goals and become more effective professionals. The agenda is primarily linked to professional, organizational, team or leadership goals. Once again this is often deeply intertwined with the client’s personal life.