I help you make the changes you are ready to make in order to live your best life.
- Perhaps you’re not sure how to get back into the workplace after a career break and you need a plan to make it happen.
- Maybe your working environment feels stressful and unfulfilling at the moment. You’ve lost your focus and your confidence and you need to work out how to get back on track.
- Perhaps you are not sure how to reach for the next step on the career ladder and need an action plan to make it reality.
I will help you uncover your real potential, unlock what’s holding you back and help you move forward.
I’m passionate about helping you work out what really matters and how to take action to change your life. I see my clients achieve great things!
Together we will untangle what’s stopping you from moving forward, you’ll create an exciting plan for your future success and I’ll support and encourage you every step of the way.
It’s all in the process:
Together we will work out what is driving you towards change, what you need to change and why. We then assess where things stand right now. What’s working for you and what isn’t. What you can control and what you can’t.
We create a plan for change, uniquely tailored to you, in order to move you from where you are now to where you want to be. We focus on your known strengths as well as your future potential.
You will have a list full of achievable actions to take in order to start to move forward. You will be accountable for your own success and you will be amazed at how much unlocks and changes between coaching sessions.
I can’t wait to start the conversation…
“Working with Gaynor was both a delight and immensely productive. Over a series of sessions, she helped me identify key personal and professional goals and create a practical roadmap for how to achieve them in the short, medium and long term. Gaynor’s approach is ideally suited to this kind of work: she is friendly, empathetic and supportive, yet unafraid to ask pertinent and probing questions and come back to issues that required more attention, or which became clear were ‘block’ points in my own thinking process. “
Alex, London, UK