One very successful CEO/business founder realised he could have much more impact & was happier when not caught up in the day-to-day of running a business & so decided to exit the business & focus on & enjoy what was most important to him in his work & his life.
One client stayed in the business but gave up his role as CEO & made the (not altogether easy at the time) transition to focus more of his time, energy & exceptional talent on creating a charity to make a difference at a global level.
One entrepreneur found that he had drifted into living a life that was all about outer success & making more money but wasn’t making him happy & found the courage to start living a life true to himself – not what others expected of him.
And for those who want a fulfilling, balanced and meaningful life, but don‘t feel you’re quite ‘there’ yet in terms of outer success, that’s fine.
I also work with senior executives (typically C suite or Director level) who want to create this life along the way rather than wait until they’ve ‘made it’ to make these changes.
For coaching to work well, the relationship between the coach and the individual is the most important thing. It’s the “secret sauce”. That said, qualifications and credentials are an indicator of a coach’s experience and professional commitment.
I hold myself to the highest levels of professional practice as both a psychologist and coach through my ongoing accreditation, continuous professional development, professional supervision and my commitment to always learning from the best teachers from round the world.