Professional Coaching

In a coaching engagement, you can expect a journey of self-discovery and growth. This is made possible by creating a safe and non-judgemental space where you can explore your goals, values, and challenges. Through active listening, powerful questioning, insightful reflections, and the holding of unconditional positive regard, I partner with you to uncover your strengths, clarify your aspirations, and identify actionable steps toward success. Whether you seek personal development, career advancement, or enhanced well-being, my entire focus is dedicated to empowering you to unlock your full potential and achieve meaningful and measurable results. Get ready for a transformative experience where you'll gain clarity, confidence, and the tools to thrive in both your personal and professional life.

I wholeheartedly adhere to the International Coaching Federation's Code of Ethics.

I offer individual coaching sessions as well as multi-session packages.


In a mentoring engagement, you can anticipate a dynamic relationship rooted in experience, guidance, and mutual learning. As mentor, I draw from my own expertise and wisdom, offer insights, advice, and direction tailored to your specific goals and challenges. Unlike coaching, which focuses on self-discovery and empowerment, mentoring often involves a more directive approach, which means that as the mentor, I share my knowledge and provide practical strategies for success rooted in my experience. Expect open dialogue, constructive feedback, and opportunities to expand your skills and knowledge base. Whether you're navigating a career transition, seeking industry expertise, or aiming for personal growth, a mentoring relationship offers a supportive environment where you can gain valuable perspectives and accelerate your development. Prepare to embark on a collaborative journey where mentorship paves the way for growth, learning, and achievement.

A typical mentoring engagement involves regular meetings, typically lasting one hour, scheduled bi-weekly or monthly, over a period of four to six months, and at times more if requested, ensuring focused progress toward mutually agreed-upon goals and objectives.

Organisational Agility

An organisation is much more than the sum of its people. It can be compared to the human body. Within this organism, millions of cells, diverse in form and function, play their part in maintaining a healthy system. The principle that governs the functioning of the body is cooperation. Its various parts do not compete for resources; rather, each cell, from its inception, is linked to a continuous process of giving and receiving.

The other dimension is the environment within which organisations operate. As things change both within and outside the organisation, the ability to respond to that change becomes a necessary feature of a thriving organisation. I refer to this as Agility.

"It is not the strongest of the species that survives,

nor the most intelligent that survives.

It is the one that is most adaptable to change."

(attributed Charles Darwin, mistakenly, it seems)