“The starting point of all achievement is desire” –┬áNapoleon Hill


In sport, the benefits of a professional coach are unquestioned. The objective is simply to help sportsmen and women attain higher levels of achievement. The absence of a coach would otherwise raise serious questions about commitment and professionalism.

In other fields such as politics and indeed business, coaches are commonplace, as leaders strive to manage themselves better and improve their performance. Someone who can ask searching questions and bring out superior results is clearly adding value in the context of a career dedicated to high achievement.

This does not of course mean that a coach is right for everyone. To retain a coach is to invite someone into your professional life and give them open access to your strengths, weaknesses, motivations, ambitions, goals and even dreams. You need to be open minded, ready to accept criticism and to keep your ego in check. If this doesn’t sound like you, then a coach probably isn’t the right option at the moment.


I am a qualified Executive Coach, having completed a Practioner’s Diploma in Executive Coaching with the Academy of Executive Coaching (www.aoec.com).

I bring expertise in leadership, career and interview coaching. If you are motivated to improve your personal performance in any of these areas then there might be an opportunity for us to work together.

I am passionate about helping people unlock higher levels of achievement, and my only requirement is that you share that same passion about yourself. If you are fully committed to finding enhanced success in your professional career, then I would love to have a conversation with you.

To find out more about the specific coaching services that I offer, please follow the links below.