Are you stressed out by the demands of your job? Struggling to be understood in your workplace? Searching for fresh meaning in your life and career?
Coaching can help you uncover new, powerful, life-enhancing options. I can help you explore what you really want for yourself at work, and how to make it happen.
Making sense of work
I work with many people who are new to their workplace, role or sector, helping them to make sense of their new environment. Together, we identify the changes you may need to make to succeed. I provide resources and support as you work to develop new habits, skills, relationships and vision.
New to the U.S. or Washington DC?
Originally from Ireland, I have built a successful life and career in the U.S. since 2000 and enjoy working with other newcomers to Washington DC or the United States, Recent clients have come to the U.S. from Egypt, India, Austria ,Poland and the U.K. Talk to me if you are trying to establish your role and career in this city or this country–I know it can be hard at first.
If you no longer find your current profession fulfilling, you may be considering a career change. I made the leap from media executive to executive education and took a life-changing risk to become a parent in my 40s. I know both the challenges and the rewards of personal and professional reinvention. Work with me to change your life.
Communicating who you are and what matters to you
My background in communications has proved very useful to clients who struggle to be seen and heard at work, or to wish to improve their professional polish. I can help you make your values and vision clear to those you seek to influence. I can also help you raise the visibility of your enterprise or professional skills through social media outreach.
Top 5 reasons for working with a coach:
improve self esteem/self confidence | improve work/life balance | explore career opportunities | improve business management skills and/or relationships at work | work on interpersonal and communications skills | source: ICF Global Client Coaching Study, April 2009