The pressure on managers and leaders will remain constant, with many handling significant internal and external demands and challenges, motivating high performing teams and delivery on targets, reporting at senior levels and facing growing public scrutiny.
Mindful coaching will give your leadership team the tools to make better decisions, be more resilient, think creatively and delegate more successfully. It improves performance helping senior executives to manage change, handle difficult relationships and improve communication.
One case study found that mindfulness training significantly affects a number of areas relating to resilience, collaboration and the capacity to lead in complex conditions.
Mindful coaching is provided either onsite or offsite or via zoom, to suit the individuals being coached.
Gaynor inspires people to achieve more than they think /feel they can. She builds relationships easily, her style is supportive, warm, challenging and solution focused.
Gaynor works with clients with their present moment experience, enabling greater self-awareness. In her mindful coaching she encourages clients to access parts of themselves - courageous, assertive, active, successful, confident, compassionate - which gives new perspectives on their present issue or concern. Through simple mindful exercises, she shows how the client’s thinking process impacts their behaviours and limits their belief in themselves. Seeing beyond these limiting views and beliefs leads to change and opens up an avenue of choices that leads to action.
Mindful coaching - a unique, impactful approach to success
Are you feeling stuck and stopping yourself from achieving your potential? Do you feel you can be your own worst enemy?
Gaynor is a qualified mediator and coach who works in a creative, pragmatic and visionary manner. She will support and challenge you to:
explore what resistance you have to getting what you want to achieve or succeed at
celebrate your strengths and acknowledge your barriers or blockages
increase your self-awareness to take the actions or behavioural changes you need
learn to be comfortable and confident to be with the uncertainty of change in your work and personal life.
feel the ease that comes from being yourself and achieve your own personal impact in the world.
Gaynor inspires people to achieve more than they think/feel they can. She builds relationships easily, her style is supportive, warm, challenging and solution focused.
How is Gaynor’s coaching different?
Gaynor’s experience and interests enable her to understand the issues, concerns and pace of change that leaders and emerging leaders are working with. Through the application of practical mindfulness and voice dialogue techniques, as well as the more traditionally known management and coaching methods, Gaynor will support and challenge you to gain a new perspectives on your present issue or concern and see how your thinking process impacts your behaviours and can limit your belief in yourself. Seeing beyond these limiting views and beliefs leads to change and opens up an avenue of choices that you can put into action.
Who does Gaynor work with?
You might be:
a senior manager in the social sector, who needs to-step back and gain perspective on what you have achieved and what’s next
an entrepreneur, struggling to handle everything yourself and could do with someone supporting you to give a fresh view and accountability
a middle manager juggling work and home life, feeling like you are not doing anything really well, and you are coming off worst.
Whatever role you are in, if you feel you could do with the a supportive, solution focused coach who will help you find the best way to achieve what you want to - without adding to your stress, pressure or self-doubt.
Contact Gaynor on email@example.com or ring in 07837866619
What people say
“The mindful coaching approach Gaynor takes is a very different one to programmes I’ve experienced before. Gaynor takes you on a deeper and more thorough examination of yourself rather than just looking at select issues. I felt the impact very quickly which had a positive effect but is also really useful for the long term and for all aspects of life. A fascinating, helpful and insightful journey.”
Sharon McKee - SEM Communications
What people say
"Thank you for the precious time you have dedicated to me and my selves. You have always welcomed all of me. No judgements. I can’t tell you how much I appreciate and value that. It’s helped me see clearly and take the actions I need at work and home."
Alessandra Bortolussi - Mindfulness practitioner. Venice, Italy
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