Coaching case studies

Insights from selected sessions

coaching case studies

Things unsaid

1:1 Session, October 2017

coaching case studiesEven long-standing and tightly knit teams can stumble. Paying attention to how well you are working together and communicating is as important as focusing on the job.

Nothing fuels resentment more than things unsaid and toes accidentally stepped on. Taking time out to nurture relationships could be one of the most important things you do for your team.

Find your calling

1:1 Session, September 2017

coaching case studiesWhen trying to find and connect with your calling, look beyond the surface manifestation of the possibilities you consider. What are the underlying characteristics that attract you to a particular thing? What are the deeper dynamics that you are curious about?

Example: It is one thing to like the idea of being a dancer, it is quite another to love body movement and yearn to tell stories and express yourself through it.


1:1 Session, July 2017

Closure does not always need to come through dialogue with the person with whom you have had a conflict or difficult experience.

It is really about an inner movement within you that acknowledges what was. It is really about finding peace within yourself with what transpired.

In their shoes

1:1 Session, July 2017

Standing in the shoes of your direct reports and experiencing what life might be like for them allows you to see more clearly the challenges they face.

The more that you become aware of the ‘hidden’ dynamics and pressures in your team, the more you can empower them and yourself.

Strategic planning

Team coaching session, June 2017

Starting with the future and first embodying having successfully reached your objectives can unlock the elusive “how”.

The experiential exercise of team members looking back at “today” from the future and together tracing back their steps, can help uncover both the critical path and ways in which the team could work more closely together.

A walk in the park

1:1 Session, May 2017

When your thinking and ideas are blocked, getting out of the chair and moving can allow you to access your brain in different ways.

What better place to do that than in the park on a sunny day. Changing your environment and movement can help unlock new and creative ideas.

Voices from the past

1:1 Skype session, April 2017

Lack of confidence in one’s self can sometimes be the result of limiting beliefs that have originated in the past, and which now keep you stuck.

The stories that you tell yourself about what you can and cannot do, should and shouldn’t do, may be a recurring voice from the distant past. A voice that belongs to someone close to you whom you trust and value.

Goal setting

Team coaching session, April 2017

Transporting yourself into the future and brainstorming in that place, together as a team, can generate new thinking.

This can be an effective way of surfacing, clarifying and agreeing priorities.