GIVING OVERLOADED LEADERS RESPITE FOR THE SOUL,
AND SPACE TO GROW
A gently radical, provocative, yet reassuring
approach to leadership and personal development;
grow into the natural leader you were born to be
Ex-forester, coach, leader…and lot more besides. Like you, I’m full of contradictions, complexity and an evolving sense of self.
I’ve been called “badass”; I get called “wise and wonderful”.
I’m a social introvert.
I’m fascinated by human development, and I’m my own biggest case study.
It’s taken me 50 years to get to a place of radical self acceptance, and be my natural self.
Now I’m here I’m becoming a “true warrior of the coaching community” (as one colleague put it), in my full fiercely gentle power, holding and defending the space for my clients to grow – naturally.
I’LL HELP YOU EXPAND INTO YOUR FULL POTENTIAL
1:1 intensives to dive really really deep and provoke a more radical shift. In person only. Powerful as a stand-alone, or combined with ongoing coaching for a truly profound and liberating growth experience
1:1 Coaching Available virtually, or in person at my North Yorkshire Home Office. Adhoc sessions, or an ongoing support package of 6.
SMALL GROUP RETREATS
Safe, spacious and intimate. Work with no more than 8 like-minded people over 2 days in a beautiful North Yorkshire countryside setting. Breathe out, let go, be you.
“Astonishing empathy, twinned with superb listening, questioning and coaching mastery. Rachel’s ability to – gently and with great care – challenge, provoke and guide made my coaching experience both deeply helpful and far better than I expected. I would, and will, recommend her very happily.”
David Haines, Chief Talent Officer
“I’m so glad I trusted the feeling that told me, amongst a roomful of coaches, that Rachel was the one to work with. She is calm, direct and intuitive and always helps me to reset my focus. At one point I thought I couldn’t afford to work with her, now I know that I can’t afford not to.”
Jenny Chambers, Oxfordshire
MOST RECENT MUSINGS
Oh, don’t we like to hold onto our illusion of control? And to help us feel in control we tidy up, organise, put stuff into neat little boxes. We simplify and generalise so we can ‘get our heads round it’, whatever ‘it’ may be, and to try to stop feeling overwhelmed...
It’s my word for 2020. I decided that back in January even before our world got turned on it’s head. I realised it was time to stop seeking. It’s time for me to accept that I have ENOUGH. I have enough books, and course materials. I have enough knowledge and...
Life has felt full and fast these last two weeks, and I’ve missed the spaces in between. Without the spaces, I lose the sense of who I am and what I want; I become reactive, not centred and intentional. It’s not been bad or difficult stuff I’ve been dealing with -...