COACHING & EVENTS FOR TEAMS
Getting teams moving,
Does your team need a kickstart?
Is your team about to tackle a complex project? Are members of your team changing roles? Does your team need to bond, improve performance or hold a difficult conversation?
Walk Coach Learn can help
Making a team can be easy. Making a team that works can be really challenging. Anise creates coaching walks and events designed to give your team energy, clarity and support.
Events that focus on your goals, develop teamwork and engage all your team members. Events that get your team talking, thinking, moving and connecting.
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
After months of cold and rain, the sun is out, flowers are everywhere and greenery is bursting through. Now is a time of growth and development. A time to push, stretch and expand in terms of your own work and professional development. Take a walk with a route that includes lots of new growth, such …
Roehampton University campus early on an April week day morning Impressions: Blossom, daffodils, dandelions, busy swans and geese on the lake, warmth, mild sunshine, campus construction work, sense of calm busyness. Question: With unlimited time and funds, what subject would you sign up to study? Find out more about Walk Coach Learn events and coaching
Barnes Common early on a warm, April week day morning Impressions: Warm, chatty birds, thick, wet mud, thick, dry mud, shoots, greening leaves, insects buzzing, tree bathing. Question: What effect does tree bathing have on you? Find out more about Walk Coach Learn events and coaching
Barbican high walks on an April week day lunchtime Impressions: Waving daffodils, bright light, blue white skies, concrete, rectangles, rectangular towers, windows, concrete blocks, glass panes and tiles. Lost above the city, tranquility above the traffic. Question: Where can you find tranquility in a busy place? Find out more about Walk Coach Learn events and coaching
Greenway on a bright March morning. (The walk that created Yelling Down Drains.) Impressions: We walk the length of the Greenway. Cyclists, walkers, tarmac, street art, graffiti, workmen, Abbey Mills Pumping Station, scent of sewage, strong sunlight. We yell down drains, voices echo, cobwebs, rushing water, smell that gently burns our throats, passerby warns us …
The Greenway is an East London cycle and walk way. Except for the occasional waft of scented air, it may not also be obvious that it is also the route of a giant sewer. Look down along the way and you may find a drain to peer into, shout into and produce an echoing yell. …