Andrew Brodie, Head of HR,
Gill’s book is convincing evidence that we all have the skills within us we need to succeed – we just need to know how to harness the resources available and channel them appropriately. Removing limiting beliefs we never knew we held, changing a few habitual words we use regularly when we speak, thinking through how to reach our desired audience. Individually small changes, but together the impact on the end performance is dramatic and lasting.
Kate Markham, Head of Commercial Development,
A typical coaching programme covers:
- Enabling & Limiting Beliefs
- Building Rapport
- Engaging All The Senses
- Language Of Influence
- Creating A Resourceful State
- Mind & Body
- Stepping Into Your Audience’s Shoes
- Getting Prepared
- Having A Go!
This is a field manual, a practical text with real life examples and exercises you can practise, either on your own or with colleagues. Each chapter combines theory, real life examples and stories taken from my own experience, as well as the exercises.
You can work through the content in a logical way, ending with a final chapter on putting it all together or you can also dip into the chapters in any order, depending on where you want to focus your attention and learning.
The flow of chapters is as follows