Below are some common questions regarding my services and working with me.
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How do you work?
We work face-to-face, via phone, email, and Skype.
Who do you work with?
We work with a range of individuals and organizations within business settings, sport, and in day-to-day life.
What specific domains have you worked in?
We have worked with business within banking, field service management, property development, interior design, music, and farming; with sport within motorsport, football, rugby, equestrianism, golf, ice skating, high-board diving, and polar adventuring; and with individuals undergoing life transitions, such as relocations, career changes, new business ventures, and retirements.
What sort of services do you offer?
We offer a range of results-driven services tailored to the individual needs of clients (see Services page), and focusing on problem-solving and talent development.
What is your approach to consulting?
We use a data-driven and results-oriented approach, based on 20+ years researching, and applying evidence from, high-performance environments.
Do you follow a particular model of working?
As well as drawing on ‘standard’ models of learning and personal development, we draw on the latest cutting-edge evidence in relation to the development of “super-elites”, leaders, and teams.
What sort of assessments do you make?
We use in-depth interviews and psychometrics, including computerized personality assessments, performance-related skills assessments, profiling, and expert 360 systems.
What sorts of issues can you work with?
We draw from and apply evidence from high-performance settings in various domains, making our work as relevant to executive coaching as it is to performance sport psychology, life coaching, and organizational development and team work. Thus whatever the context, we can use the same techniques to help individuals and organizations across aspects such as performance related coaching and talent development, challenging personal inertia, derailment and retention issues, performance spirals, coping with setbacks, planning for what ifs, and building functioning teams.