I am an experienced life coach and member of the INLPTA Association. Before training to be a life coach, I worked for 10 years as a business analyst, which involved analysing complex business processes and promoting organisational change to improve operations. Motivating different individuals through organisational change and towards common goals was the most interesting part my job. I then realised that becoming a life coach was the next natural career move for me.
I qualified as a life coach in 2007 and since then have helped individuals make positive change, which they did not believe was possible. My approach is to help my clients find goals which they find inspirational, establish and deal with the key issues which are holding them back and motivate them to move towards their chosen goals. Examples include career change, sporting goals (such as climbing mountains and training for sporting event), relationship management, weight loss, stress management and achieving a better work/life balance.
I also provide one-on-one stress management coaching. This is for anyone who finds that work and life pressures are overwhelming and would like to learn some new ways of how they would better manage that pressure. I qualified with a diploma in stress management training in 2009 and am a full member of the stress management society.
I use many different tools and techniques which I have drawn on from my experience as a business analyst, life coach and stress management trainer. I am a natural, non-judgemental and objective listener and I am skillful at facilitating change by taking my clients through a series of directed and sometimes challenging questions. I provide a supportive environment to talk through issues and I use a very pragmatic approach to help clients find ways to move towards their chosen goals.
I love my job a as life coach and stress management trainer, as it really inspires me to see people make life changes which ultimately makes them happier in the long run.