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  • Who benefits from this kind of work?
    Everyone. I have specialised in people who work in the creative industries as I have a personal connection and experiences within this area. Yet I believe this work can help anyone.
  • How long do we need to work together?
    A question that gets asked to me often is 'how long do we need together'. This is a valid question. My answer is that it depends on why you have come to me for and what are we trying to achieve for you? To make effective positive change we need consistency and support to build new habits and ways of thinking. I would say that a 3-6 month term together is probably best, depending on what we are looking at changing. My goal is that you will not need my help forever.
  • How long till I see a difference?
    Depends once again on individual situations. With the systemic business work we can at least work together to allow you a different perspective quickly. This work is all about becoming aware of what habits/patterns you are repeating and understanding them. Its a visual process and can have quick effects as it utilizes multiple parts of our brain in comparison to standardized talking coaching/therapy work. For Stress management, its an on going process which will get easier as the job goes on. I will teach you techniques for practical everyday use that can be employed whilst in the office and I will also support you in finding ways to help once you leave the office.
  • What is systemic business coaching and how does it relate to mental wellness coaching?
    Systemic business coaching focuses on improving organizational effectiveness, team dynamics, and leadership skills within a business or professional setting. It aims to identify and address systemic issues within the organization that may be hindering productivity, communication, or collaboration. This type of coaching typically involves working with leaders, teams, and individuals to develop strategies for overcoming challenges, maximizing potential, and achieving organizational goals. Systemic business coaching often involves examining the broader context in which individuals operate, including organizational structures, processes, and culture. Coaches may facilitate conversations and interventions that promote a deeper understanding of how these factors influence behavior and performance within the organization. In contrast, mental health coaching focuses on supporting individuals in managing and improving their mental health and well-being. It involves helping individuals develop coping strategies, build resilience, and address issues such as stress, anxiety, depression, or burnout. While systemic business coaching and mental health coaching have distinct focuses, they can be closely related in practice, especially within the context of a workplace. Here's how they relate: Addressing Work-Related Stress: Systemic business coaching may identify organizational factors contributing to stress, such as excessive workload or poor communication. Mental health coaching can then help individuals develop coping strategies to manage stress effectively. Improving Team Dynamics: Systemic business coaching may focus on improving team collaboration and communication. Mental health coaching can support individuals in developing interpersonal skills, resolving conflicts, and fostering healthy relationships within the team. Enhancing Leadership Effectiveness: Systemic business coaching may work with leaders to improve their leadership style and effectiveness. Mental health coaching can help leaders manage their own stress levels, build emotional intelligence, and support the well-being of their team members. Promoting a Healthy Organizational Culture: Systemic business coaching can help organizations foster a culture of openness, trust, and support. Mental health coaching can complement this by promoting awareness of mental health issues, reducing stigma, and encouraging a supportive environment where individuals feel comfortable seeking help when needed. Overall, systemic business coaching and mental health coaching can work synergistically to create healthier, more productive workplaces where individuals can thrive both professionally and personally. By addressing systemic issues within the organization and supporting the mental health and well-being of employees, businesses can create environments that promote success and fulfillment for all stakeholders.
  • How often shall I be coming to see you?
    To begin with I say once a week. As we spend more time together I would suggest going to bi-weekly sessions and then we can make a decision togther about how you would like to proceed but ultimately it is up to you.
  • Will I get Homework/Assignments?
    Sometimes. Its not always needed and I'm not a dictator who is going to demand that you do certain things. It comes down to what you as an individual need. Do you need to be pushed in a certain area? Do you want someone to hold you accountable? I can do that and we can discuss that as an option.
  • Can I contact you out of sessions? Will you contact me?
    Yes you can. I would love to have updates about how you're doing whether thats good or bad. I also ask that my clienst call within the working day if possible - if the phone call goes beyond 10 minutes fees will start to be applied. If its to be out of hours a message is best with the acknowledgment that I may not respond till the morning. In terms of me contacting you, it depends on what we have discussed re-assignments or check-ins. Do you need me to check in on you? If so we can make a plan.
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