Blue Morph

Executive Coaching Explore yourself and your options

Liz is an Ashridge accredited executive coach, with over ten years’ experience, and a portfolio of board level and senior clients from across the private and public sectors. She also coaches emerging young artists, pro bono, for the arts and media charity, The Hospital Club.

Why might you want to consider engaging an executive coach like Liz?

  • Perhaps, there is so much going on at work that you feel you are chasing your tail and don’t have time to think
  • You’ve taken on a new role and it’s exhilarating and overwhelming at the same time
  • You are feeling bored and lacking in energy at work and are wondering if it’s time for a change – but you’re not sure what that might be or how to go about it
  • You find yourself having to deal with tricky relationships or office politics
  • Someone working for you needs some personal development to grow as a leader, but they need help from someone other than you

Exploring your Personal Work Agenda

Supporting Your Career

There is a growing trend for leaders and managers to invest in themselves, or indeed individuals in their team, by engaging a personal business / executive coach. We all need someone to talk to; we all need to be listened to so that we can think about what is going on and work out how best to respond. But it can be hard to know who to trust. Colleagues will have their own vested interests and prejudices. You want to be free to say what you really feel rather than having to filter what you say. Family and friends may not understand your work context and may have their own agendas or worries so you may be reluctant to share your thoughts and feelings fully with them. That is why so many people seek the support of an experienced executive coach to gain greater clarity, confidence and energy about what to do next.

Developing In-house coaches and coaching skills for managers

Telling people what to do rarely leads to sustained change or builds problem solving capabilities within organizations. Many organizations are therefore keen to enhance the coaching skills of leaders so that they are able to inquire rather than advocate, to ask rather than tell, to ‘pull’ rather than ‘push. This can enable them to engage with others in a genuine and authentic way. In addition, some chose to develop their own pool of in house coaches. Building in house coaching capability invests in your own people, ensures coaches are readily available and have the advantage of understanding your corporate culture from the inside ... Read More

Liz Wiggins