Catherine Midgley has been studying coaching and working with coaching clients for 20 years and has built up a solid reputation for making a difference in clients’ lives, enabling them to be at their best more often.
Catherine updates her skills on an ongoing basis through regular research, training, supervision and reflection practices.
‘I offer my clients the chance to reflect on what’s going on for them, to build on the successes and to tackle dissatisfactions, frustrations and areas of weakness. I encourage clients to set goals in achieving whatever will make the most difference to them, personally or professionally, and I am tenacious in challenging them to succeed. I work with the current issues the client is facing at the time; I want and expect clients to be committed to making the changes they identify as important.’
Coaching accelerates the personal and professional development of leaders and professionals who are committed to improving their performance and wellbeing at work.
Issues typically covered in coaching sessions
Coaching helps you to:
Coaching can also help newly formed teams to reach high levels of performance quickly or help established teams to improve their effectiveness
‘ I work with clients who want to understand more about themselves, why they do what they do and what impact this has. This is the foundation for changing attitudes and behaviour. Coaching can only help people who are willing to make changes to how they think about things and what they do.’