Is your life all about helping others? Does your work in healthcare revolve around empathy, caring, communication and teamwork? Do you selflessly give more than anyone ever asks of you, devoting yourself to your family, friends, and people that you serve professionally?

Being a kind caring person is wonderful, and changing the lives of those around you is an incredible achievement. 

Being driven by the wish to help others can also be a challenge. The drive, ambition, and caring can come into conflict with the organisations and society around us. A clash of values with can leave you demoralised. Working in a role that doesn't allow you to express your values can leave you empty and yearning for something more meaningful. You can't just switch off your wanting to help others, it is part of who you are.

"The price for being the best is always... having to be the best.” Terry Pratchett

Kind, caring people can and do perform miracles. But just like everyone else, they can get stuck, or lose their motivation, or forget what drives them, or suffer from a clash of values. They also face the same career, health, financial, life, family and relationship challenges that everyone else does. If you burn out  or lose your motivation you won't be at your best, you won't be progressing your career, nor be changing the lives of the people around you.

Does this sound like you? Who is helping YOU?

+I can help you manage the opportunities, decisions and challenges in your life.

+Which leads to you being at your best, thriving, and full of enthusiasm and drive.​

+Which in turn enables you to progress your career, develop meaningful relationships, become the best that you can be, and use your kindness, altruism, and empathy to change the lives of those around you.

I can help you with

  • Values: recognising what you believe to be the greatest importance and the highest priority in life, and developing actions and pathways that enable you to live and work according to your values.

  • Strengths: recognising your own strengths and development areas, using your strengths to achieve your goals

  • Career decisions: changing careers, taking on new roles, choosing career paths

  • Career transitions: new promotion, new rank, new role, new leader

  • Professionalism, including professional registration difficulties

  • Professional Development

  • Job Interviews

  • Thriving as a member of under-represented or minority group

  • Resilience including dealing with adversity and building resilience proactively

  • Dealing with burnout

  • Emotional Intelligence: a set of emotional and social skills that collectively establish how we perceive and express ourselves, develop and maintain social relationships, cope with challenges, and use emotional information in an effective and meaningful way. I am certified in the use of EQ-i 2.0, the world’s leading tool for assessing, debriefing and developing emotional and social intelligence.

  • Dealing with challenges at work

  • Mindset, developing growth mindset

  • Interpersonal skills and communication

  • Saying No

  • Navigating mind traps in a complex world

  • Life balance: finding the right balance between professional life and personal life, as well as balance between their different facets (for example clinical and management duties, strategy and operational aspects, family life and time with friends

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