1-2-1 Coaching

Who have I coached?

Since 1992 as well as CEOs, VPs and MDs I've coached Directors and Managers from all disciplines, spanning 23 nationalities.  I've also worked with more than 160 Police Officers from The Metropolitan Police and 14 Regional Police Services.  

What does a coaching programme look like?

Coaching starts with a diagnostic phase which can include input from the individual’s manager, 360° feedback, psychometric profiling and in-depth interviewing which enables the individual and I to be specific about the development required and about the sort of programme that will work best.  Coaching programmes typically have 6-8 sessions and the 1-2-1s are often supplemented by open programmes such as ‘Intensive Presentation and Influencing Skills’ and 'Improving Communication with the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator.'

I decided to work with John as his personal approach is focused upon the individual. From his broad personal knowledge and expertise he is able to draw upon a range of techniques and coaching tools; MBTI, DISC, NLP that benefit the individual rather than delivering a one dimensional corporate package.  The benefits have been to improve my confidence and effectiveness.  I have recommended John to a number of colleagues as he is able to operate at the executive level, respond flexibly to your development needs and promote a learning style that benefits the person, team and organisation.  Terry Sweeney, Assistant Chief Constable, Greater Manchester Police

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