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Better Late Than Never

This week marks two years since I decided to follow my passion for Coaching and founded Coachere, my Coaching and Consultant business. However, anyone who has changed careers and started a new business in the middle of a Global Pandemic will appreciate it can take time to get established (after all, you can't rush these things). 😊. Over the last two years, I have home-schooled my daughter, read many books, reconnected with friends and family, been on unforgettable holidays,

Partnerships That Deliver Value, Through V.A.L.U.E.

Having led the U.K. & International Partner Management & Marketing division for one of the world's most significant I.T. solutions providers, I have dealt with multiple partnership opportunities. In every new partnership opportunity, each of them believed that they were better than their competition, a more worthy partner, and they came into the engagement boldly. Having also been in Sales at much smaller I.T. organisations, where there was no luxury of brand awareness, I can

Changing the Rules

The Wolfpack has highlighted a set of unwritten rules, written to control and contain a woman's true identity. Now its time to change them.

Everybody Deserves to be a Somebody

At the back end of last year, I caught up with an "industry friend" who I hadn't spoken to or seen for over a year. We chatted about all the general stuff that you do, business, family, life etc. and then he asked me a question, "How does it feel going from being a 'somebody' to a 'nobody'? Thankfully I have known him a long time, so knew that tact had never been one of his strengths and whilst I was a little taken aback, I wasn't offended. He had summarised in that one q

No More Excuses

As with the start of most New Year's, even ones as crazy as this, some of us would have decided that we wanted to make changes to our life or career. A New Year brings with it an opportunity to make a fresh start and wipe the previous year's slate clean. Out with the old habits and in with new ones, creating items that we would like to either start doing or stop doing, convinced that this year would be different. So why is it that most of us fall at the first hurdle and the

Coaching v Mentoring

Recently I was invited to be on the panel for one of my client's Women In Tech initiatives, where we discussed the benefits of Mentoring and the value it brings to both individuals and organisations. As Mentoring can easily be confused with Coaching, to kick off, we discussed the differences between the two. Coaching and Mentoring both exist for the same reasons, to help people realise their full potential and become the best version of themselves. However, there are a number

Pre-Conditioned

Have you ever wondered why someone doesn't like you? Have you ever wondered why so few woman win awards? It's because of pre-conditioning.

Finding My Why

Everyone knows what they do, but not everyone know why they do it. Thankfully for me, I have found my why.

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