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Coaching

Our purpose and philosophies in coaching …

  1. To provide guided assistance in resolving specific issues or challenges
     
  2. That coaching programs are targeted to tangible, measurable goals of the coachee
     
  3. To enable the coachee to discover approaches and actions that are workable for themselves and in line with their values
     
  4. To provoke the coachee’s thinking, rather than prescribe what they should do
     
  5. That all sessions and conversations are held in strictest confidentiality
     
  6. That the coachee is willing to trial new behaviours with an open and curious mind

To this end, each coaching program includes:

  • The completion of a brief Pre-Program Questionnaire by the coachee that will create clarity in their goals and the means by which they and their coach may measure the success of their achievement
  • A Coaching Agreement, signed by both parties, stating the period of the program, review date and the roles and responsibilities of the coach and coachee.

Where a group of individuals share common challenges and goals, Group Coaching is a very viable and affordable alternative.

A range of investment options are available, with your choice dependent upon the duration of the coaching contract and the frequency and location of sessions.

Click here to see how our coaching programs are structured.

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Coaching Testimonials

Sandi - your professional feedback for me has been invaluable. I'm sincerely pleased that I have this experience with you and will contact you again soon when I’m ready for the next step in my professional development. It was lovely working with you, all your feedback and teaching is very much in my head and we'll be in touch.”

Justine Isard, Director, MyLearning 


“A massive thank you for the contribution that you made to me personally.  You are doing a truly amazing job by what you are providing to women in the workplace.  I have walked away from this program with a sense of leadership and with a sense of connectedness to my colleagues – this was not present before working with you.  I also stepped up and led the way in a project recently and really saw myself to be a leader!  Thanks once again.”

Joanne Omer, Client Services Manager, Canon Business Imaging 


“Sandi, I just wanted to say a great big ‘Thank you’ for being such an inspiration and having so much faith in me. I spoke at a Conference last week and didn’t die of nerves – so once again, thank you for your encouragement over the past couple of years. I am sure that I could not have done so well without you.” 

Jacquelene Brotherton, Transport Manager, Oxford Cold Storage


"Hi Sandi - thank you for your experience and insight provided to me over the course of 2011. It has truly fostered personal growth."

Alex Makings, State Revenue Office Victoria


“Most importantly, I’ve learned who I am and what I need to change in my life … NOW!  Sandi has a great energy and used lots of personal experiences that I could relate to.” 

Olivia Bannister, Corporate Accounting Manager, McDonalds Australia Ltd


"I'm one that would rather say something once I've had time to reflect. I feel that my comments are then more accurate and less emotional.  I thought your program was sensational. Your style was terrific and certainly has me thinking a lot more.  It was a great learning experience.” 

Greg Cook, Senior Revenue Officer, Land Tax Branch, State Revenue Office Victoria

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