Anna sought out coaching because she was looking for some structured support in her life and career so that she could move forwards in a direction that was right for her. She had recently returned to work after a long career break but her time away from the workplace, despite her wealth of experience, had impacted her confidence, particularly around managing teams. She was also dealing with a challenging work environment where it was difficult to add value and where she didn’t feel listened to.
This client was in a senior role within a large public body and felt she was at a crossroads in her career. There seemed to be plenty of opportunities available to her, yet she was feeling overwhelmed about which direction to take.
Within the academic population, there is increasing pressure to perform in a climate of constant change and restricted resources. Stepping into the role of an early career academic for the first time requires a different set of skills that individuals may not always have had the opportunity to develop.
Sara reached a point in her career where she felt ready to step up from being a manager and take on a head of department role.
Barbara Ashall is a Clinical Nurse Specialist who embarked on a 12 month secondment and wanted to feel more confident about her leadership ability.
Emma Johnson stepped up into a Chief Executive role and wanted to feel more confident in her ability to create change and generate engagement.
Lucy was considering a change of direction in her career but was not sure what she wanted to do or how to move forwards.
Emma came to Denise for Executive Coaching after she started a new role which was making her very unhappy. She had lost a lot of confidence and was feeling very apprehensive.
Alasdair was considering bringing Executive Coaching into Recycling Lives but wanted to experience it for himself first. He has since started to roll out coaching to everyone within the organisation.
The Senior Leadership team of a tertiary hospital in the Middle East wanted to create a culture which was acceptable to a wide range of people.