COACHING & EVENTS FOR TEAMS
Getting teams moving,
making change manageable for teams
Energise your team
I work in partnership with team leaders to make change manageable. Team leaders challenged with motivating their team around a clear vision while operating within uncertainty and the demand to do more with less.
Give your team space to think
Walk Coach Learn events and coaching support teams experiencing change by creating space to reflect on how they work, connect with each other and get moving towards their goals. Using walking, coaching, team development techniques and the green spaces of London and beyond I offer teams support that is inclusive, productive and brings about long lasting, positive change.
COACHING FOR TEAM LEADERS
One-to-one coaching while walking experience designed to get you moving, exploring how you and your team work, feeling uplifted and armed with a plan.
WALKING COACHING MEETINGS
Gain an away day feeling while being away for an hour, not a whole day. Walk while you work, boost your team wellbeing and hold a different kind of conversation by booking a facilitated walking meeting held in a park or streets near your London workplace.
TEAM DEVELOPMENT EVENTS
Hold a facilitated away day that will appeal to your away day weary or sceptic team. Teams feel energised, motivated and ready for whatever comes next with a clear plan of action.
I am an executive coach and walking enthusiast experienced in individual and group coaching, event facilitation, and walking activities.
My background is in bringing about change in Higher Education through educational technology and leadership development.
Recent Blog Posts
Mile End Park on a week day morning in March. Impressions: Snow changes the landscape. Swans surrounded by ice, standing on the ice. Tracks, footprints, no prints, no knowing what’s under the snow. So cold, bright sun, deep shadows, blue sky. Question: What type of prints and marks do you leave in the snow? Find …
Greenwich Park in the middle of a March week day. Impressions: Wide green space, sudden snow storm, stepping into Narnia, dogs barking, muffled sound, green, white, grey. Snow dancing, snow pellets settling, snow wet and frenzied, stops as fast as it starts. Up the hill, turn around and see the city, the London skyline standing …
Going for a walk is good for us in so many ways. Walking also has a very positive effect on a conversation. A difficult conversation demands that we are clear, assertive, able to listen and to work together to agree a way forward. A walk can create the positive, focused and open atmosphere needed for …
A wander from Tate to Barbican on a February week day. Impressions: Art gallery to art gallery. Sculpture, marble, bronze, metal, glass, concrete. Tourists, workers, families. A Mediterranean blue sky, brilliant light, so cold. Question: What material found in the street appeals to you and why? (Marble, bronze, brick, glass, metal, puddle water…) Find out …
Monument on an early February morning. Impressions: Towers, sky scrapers, grey steel, grey sky, grey concrete, grey pavement. Glass, money, suits, drizzle, wind. No rubbish, no mess. Question: There is a statue of a giant man with exposed organs (Damien Hirst’s ‘Temple’). What do you feel uncomfortable exposing? Find out more about Walk Coach Learn events and …
Tranquil City explores areas of calm in the city. London is full of quiet, often secret spaces, only a turn or two away from busy streets. Quiet can mean less air pollution. Calm offers wellbeing. Tranquil spaces are vital and need promoting and protecting. We are all invited to map the tranquil spaces we know …