One-on-one Wellbeing coaching sessions assist you in creating sustained positive changes in your professional and personal life
Everyone experiences stress at times in various situations …
… whether it’s at work, at home or being stuck in traffic. It happens to all of us. But there are fast and effective coaching tools to help you recognise your stressors, whether it’s situational, or due to habitual reactions, or as a result of underlying unhelpful beliefs about yourself, or others, or the way the world works.
… is designed to give participants the opportunity to be listened to and express their aims and concerns in a non-judgemental environment. Using reflection, mindful self-awareness and cognitive insights, participants develop the skills and awareness to manage stress, and start to respond rather than react to situations. Coaching is an excellent method for supporting people at any level of the organisation, who wish to reduce their stress and make positive changes to their mental and physical wellbeing, which in turn supports improved communication, relationships and performance.
GLWS Survey and Coaching …
Liz is an accredited user of the Global Leadership Wellbeing Survey (GLWS), which is a powerful new measure of wellbeing for senior leaders and their teams.
Read about GLWS here.
ACT Coaching: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy …
ACT helps you create a rich, full and meaningful life, using mindfulness and cognitive skills to deal with painful thoughts and feelings. It helps you clarify what is truly important and meaningful to you, and then use that understanding to guide, inspire and motivate you to live your life in a way that brings you a sense of meaning and fulfillment.
ACT helps you to accept what is out of your personal control and commit to action that improves and enriches your life. It incorporates mindfulness-based skills which are recognised as a powerful therapeutic intervention and coaching model for stress, anxiety, anger and other emotional states that negatively affect our quality of life. ACT currently leads the field in terms of research, application and results
Some of the issues that coaching can address, either alone or as part of a broader strategy for an individual’s development:
- Manage/reduce stress
- Awareness of others
- Improved relationships
- Mindful communication
- Maintain what’s going well
- Explore what’s not working for you
- Explore what’s holding you back (beliefs, reactions)
- Develop confidence
- Address concerns/feelings/fears
- Quick and effective mindfulness-based stress reduction techniques
- Improved focus and performance
- Improved communication and teamwork
- Greater awareness of self and others
- Mindfulness and cognitive strategies and techniques