Welcome to Alive to Change
Alive to Change offers life coaching and coaching workshops to help you through the challenges, choices and changes involved in living and working abroad. Whether you're going through a transition in your home life or at work, whether you're an individual or team, my coaching and group facilitation can really make a difference to your ability to move forward in a positive direction.
I work with people in all kinds of situations, and I develop programmes and workshops in three main areas:
Life Transitions relocation, retirement, new family situation, new visionAlive to Change at Work team building, change management, a new vision, developing workplace skills, balancefor individuals, groups and teams
Life as a Mum Abroad support, identity, approach to parenting,
I invite you to consider where you are right now.
Are you ready for a change?
Are you going through a transition?
Are you facing a new challenge?
Do you need to make a difficult choice?
Would you really like a sense of purpose, direction and to feel motivated to working towards this vision?
Do you have a sense of being stuck?
Coaching can help in all these situations and more. So now I invite you, whatever your situation, to contact me to explore this some more. Your exploratory session is free.
About this Site and my work
Much of the material on this site has been developed as a resource for Mums Abroad, which represents an important part of my work. However, I enjoy and welcome working with individuals and groups who are looking for a positive and practical coach to help them - and many of my programmes have been developed with a wide audience in mind.
My career background is in leadership and change management in large organisations, with specific skills in project management, team development and enabling leadership. Since having children, I've seen how workplace skills can help develop parenting skills - and vice versa, and experienced the challenges and rewards of balancing home responsibilities and work commitments! I've worked in volunteer organisations in a variety of roles, and continue to lead young people in the scouting movement.
I've been using a coaching approach all my working life, and started developing these skills in the workplace more formally around 15 years ago, finally studying for a Coaching Diploma in 2005 prior to setting up my own coaching practice in 2007.