It goes without saying that last year was a very hard year for millions of people across the globe. Hopes are high for 2021 but as coaches how can we help our clients thrive still within the parameters we face? Joining podcast Jenny Butter, are Tessa Armstrong and her client Jenny, another Jenny! Tessa is an award-winning accredited career coach and author. Jenny worked as a Regional Fundraising Manager for the charity Help for Heroes but was made redundant due to the pandemic. Working with Tessa she now has a new vision which she is excited to achieve over this coming year.
Today is White Ribbon Day. Thousands of people across the UK will stand up, speak out, and say no to violence against women. As coaches, we have a responsibility to work in best practice when coaching survivors of domestic abuse to ensure our clients move forward in a positive way.
Joining host, Jenny Butter on Both Sides of the Coin, is Louise Borthwick. Louise is a highly experienced psychological relationship coach and advocates for relationship health. She works with people who have been in difficult relationships and shares with Jenny some top coaching tips.
Remember that if you or someone you know is in distress in a domestic violence situation in the UK, you can dial 999, stay silent, then either cough or press 55, and police assistance will come to the address.
Do you want to take your coaching business to the next stage? In the current climate, what is the right stage for you? In today’s podcast you’ll find out some top tips on what you need to think about - and focus on - so your time and effort is well spent. Joining host Jenny Butter, are Ruby Mcguire and Emma Cossey. Ruby is a Business Mastery and Mindset Queen. She helps her clients to create a successful mindset and master their business. Ruby’s client is Emma, she’s a coach for freelancers and has been building up her own business for ten years.
Some people find it a boring necessity, others love to learn. What do you need to consider when choosing the right CPD option for you?
Joining Podcast Host, Jenny Butter, are Michelle Lucas and her client Katie Ellis. Michelle is the founder of Greenfields Consultancy and provides coaches with a range of flexible CPD options. Her client Katie is a senior civil servant with the UK Government. Over the past year, as part of her job, Katie has been coaching staff who also work for the civil service. This prompted her to develop her coaching skills and she’s looking forward to applying what she’s learnt.
Do you or one of your clients experience depression or anxiety? The chances are the answer is yes. Coaching on this topic can help clients uncover the reasons underlying their anxiety and help them develop tools to cope with stressful situations. Joining host, Jenny Butter, is Shari Lewison-Frisch a family crises coach who specialises in working with parents of teenagers who self harm and she also coaches people with depression and anxiety. Her client Beth has recently retired from being a probation officer and social worker. She contacted Shari to arrange some coaching after she found herself suffering from depression and anxiety, despite running support groups on these topics for others.
With so many people facing redundancy at the moment the need for coaches to have a tool bag filled with career coaching top tips is bigger than ever. In August's podcast we find out about CV best practice as well as some other vital need to know career coaching pointers. Host, Jenny Butter, speaks to Lynn Tulip a Career Development Professional who enables her clients to get jobs and to her client Kerry Dobney who works in hospitality.
How many times have you wished you had said something in a different way? Relationships underpin everything at home, work and in our local communities and are key to our wellbeing and success. Today we’ll be getting some top tips on how coaching can be used to enable people to build better relationships. Joining podcast host, Jenny Butter, is Majella Rowe and her client Martha Lopez. Majella is based in Dublin, Ireland and is an accredited Life and Relationships Coach. Martha is from Mexico and she wanted coaching to enable her to connect and bond with her family during a stressful time.
Both sides of the argument from two highly successful coaches who have very different opinions on whether you need a coaching niche to be successful. Curly Martin is a leading authority on life coach training and teaches her life coaching students that niche is important. On the other side of the argument is, Maria Hocking. Maria was one of Curly’s students and she had problems finding a niche so she decided not to choose one and has become very established. Hosted by Jenny Butter.
How do you coach clients who want to lose weight but soon fall off the wagon? Today's episode explores some of the complex layers involved, including the emotional relationship people have with food, and provides some superb tips. Podcast host, Jenny Butter, talks to Tammy Valta-Nijhof and her client Katerina Lambrou. Tammy is based in the Netherlands and is an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach. She coaches individuals as well as groups on wellness, nutritional education, weight management, and long term lifestyle interventions and changes. Her client, Katerina is from Greece, is 59 years old, and a mother of 2.
In today's podcast you'll get top tips on how to have tough conversations with clients, as well as find out how behavourial assessments can help. Host, Jenny Butter, talks to Ken Keis and Murray Lengyel. Ken is a global authority on behavioural assessments and an expert in leadership, purpose, and wellness. Murray Lengyel uses the Personal Style Indicator assessment which Ken's company owns. Murray is an Executive and Business coach and isn’t afraid of having tough conversations with those he is working with to produce great results.