The Manager Coach
I will help every manager who engages with commitment to improve their performance.
Managers at all levels have a distinct and critical role that impacts directly on organisational performance. Great managers engage employees, enabling great service that leads to loyal customers and sustained business success. 1
There’s an abundance of helpful management theories, books, training courses, models and guides out there. But the challenge lies in successfully applying them to real world situations.
“In theory, there is no difference between theory and practice. But in practice, there is!” 2
That’s where coaching comes in.
Windhover is a country name for a kestrel that describes its unique ability to hover on the wind, holding its head perfectly still. It’s an awesome and inspiring sight symbolising for me vision, focus and mastery.
Windhover Management Coaching
Vision – Focus – Mastery
Find out how I can help you succeed.
Coaching is a process in which the coach works in partnership with the coachee to help them draw on their own self-knowledge, experience and resources, developing their own thinking in order to solve problems, make choices or achieve success in a chosen activity.
My particular interest is in High Performance, Engagement and the Role of Line Managers. I can provide interactive training sessions to explore and develop understanding of principles and effective, practical approaches in these areas.
Articles / Blog Posts
- What Every Manager Should Know About Motivation (and how the pandemic is proving it)
Intrinsic motivation beats extrinsic motivation for non-routine tasks or, to put it another way, ditch the carrot and stick unless you are trying to move…Read More
- One Thing Every Manager Can Do to Improve Creativity, Productivity and Well-being
What if there was a free gift that you could give to your team members and colleagues that was guaranteed to improve creativity, productivity and…Read More
1. Buckingham, M. &. (2001). First, Break All The Rules – What The World’s Great Managers Do Differently. London: Simon and Schuster.
2. Benjamin Brewster.