Hi, I'M ZOE AND I'M A COACH
HI! I've been working as a leadership coach in the UK since 2011 and I know how important it is to have meaning in our lives and work.
Meaning gives us direction, clarity, passion and conviction. Without it we question what we're doing with our lives, and that often leads us down a path of questioning our own value. Our wellbeing suffers when we don't know what we want.
Knowing what you want out of life isn't just about finding the right job, it's about knowing who you are, what you need and how to fulfil those needs. It's being able to wake up each morning knowing that your time is well spent and that life has purpose.
Work with me and I'll help you to get clear on what's important to you. You'll get tools, strategies, plans and actions that help you to make decisions about your next steps and how to lead a joyful life that brings confidence and inner peace.
"When I look at myself compared with 7 months ago, I can’t quite believe how far I have come. I felt insecure, lacked confidence and faith in my abilities but felt ready for change and a drive to tackle the self-doubt and I’m “not normal” feelings that always seemed to be in my head. Zoe has helped me to recognise the importance of my own values and beliefs which can highlight when my needs are not being met. I am more aware of when I need additional support and also have a tailored self-help toolkit to draw on when I feel those unhelpful thoughts and behaviours may creep back. Zoe has supported me to build myself up again. I feel a sense of drive and focus that leaves little room or time to doubt my value. My whole coaching experience has been life changing, great fun and memorable. I can’t thank Zoe enough and would definitely recommend this amazing opportunity to others."
"Zoe’s approach proved to be motivating, challenging and reassuring, helping me to commit, explore and discover. Most significant was some of the mind-shifts which occurred, which I did not anticipate. As a result I feel more confident and excited than I ever could imagine about a process I previously resisted, the mere thought of which I found daunting."