I am delighted to share I have moved to a new location at the Baltic Creative.
As a growing number of businesses and business owners recognise the importance of developing their mid to senior management, coaching is quickly becoming the first choice when it comes to leadership development.
Moving to the creative heart of the City was the obvious location. I am seeing an increase in the number professional women from across the public, private and not for profit sectors in Liverpool and the North West seeking coaching. These women are wanting to make changes in some area of their professional or personal life and looking for the support of a coach. Better work life balance, increased confidence, a career move, or transitioning through a life change are areas in which many women are now looking to make changes.
Earlier this year, I was thrilled to be awarded Mentor of the Year by Northern Power Women because of the impact my coaching has made to professional women who work in sectors where they traditionally find it more challenging to progress.
Then in March, I published my first book Suddenly Single, a sself-helpguide to help women move on after a significant relationship comes to an unexpected end.
To find out more about how coaching could benefit you and your business drop me an email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Denise Chilton is an Executive Business and Life coach, accomplished author, speaker and entrepreneur. She worked for in corporate banking for more than 15 years before launching her own coaching business in 2010. She has built a business working with women who want to make a change in their lives, empowering them to experience life to the full.
In 2017, she published her first book Suddenly Single: How to overcome heartbreak and find your way to a new happy ever after. Suddenly Single is a guide written partially from personal experience to help women to heal healthily after a significant relationship comes to an unexpected end.
Denise was also awarded ‘Mentor of the Year 2017’ by the Northern Power Women for her work with women in underrepresented industries like STEM.