Well it depends on your coach, how they follow up and how they ensure that their teachings stick. Every top sportswoman, presenter, pop star and world leader has taken some coaching at some time in their career. The key is to find someone who you feel you are happy to work with, listen to and do what they advise. If you don’t do this then no, coaching doesn’t work.
Add more than lip service to a diversity programme and give your female workforce something that will encourage them to love your company. If you run your own business and want your staff to listen, learn and follow your lead or work in a typical male environment and want to stand out and be heard. Then coaching will show you how to present, be heard, followed and ensure that you have the skills in your professional and personal life.
learning how to present and speak with authority and having an audience want to listen is something we all wish for in our lives both professionally and personally. Stillness, confidence, breathing, knowledge of environment and how to accept and not let the mind play tricks are all part of the process of learning everyone can accomplish.
“David’s a great teacher and mentor to people from all kinds of backgrounds and a wonderful model of honesty and integrity. Book him”
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David has over 25 years experience coaching individuals and corporate businesses such as Aviva, Barclays, Hiscox, Coutts and American Express. He has developed and enhanced his skills through his collaboration with some of the world’s most prominent speakers and mentors in the areas of voice, neuro-linguistics and entrepreneurship.