Service Details

Coaching Services

“I need confidential support in helping me to settle into my new promotional role, to enable me to be able to think more strategically, less on managing day to day situations.”

“I have over time lost my confidence and self-esteem and need support in getting it back.”

“I own a small business and require coaching support in developing a stronger strategy and growing the business.”

These are three of many reasons why people have come to us for coaching through their organization or personally. We –

•    support directors and senior managers to develop the skills required for successful management;

•    help find solutions to specific issues;

•    address personal situations in a professional and confidential environment;

•    are always relevant to individual circumstances and our methods can be applied immediately in the workplace.

Coaching: –

  • is time efficient and cost effective;
  • helps you achieve goals and improve personal performance;
  • offers specific solutions for individual problems;
  • is flexible – it takes place where you want it to;
  • presents the opportunity to discuss uncomfortable or sensitive issues;
  • is tailored specifically to you and so can be applied by you, immediately;
  • is confidential, impartial, and supportive of you and your circumstances.

Jon and his associates are qualified coaches with many years’ experience working in private and public sector organizations locally and internationally, at Director and management level.

Jon is also a qualified coach supervisor working with qualified coaches individually or in groups.

Client Comments

When I approached Jon I was suffering from low self-esteem and greatly reduced self-confidence.  Facing extreme stress at work and possible (later confirmed) redundancy, he helped and guided me through a process which ultimately led me to re-assess my values and approach to life in general.  Thanks to Jon I am now happier, more confident and have greater self-esteem.  I would recommend him without any hesitation.
Marketing Executive

“Jon provided excellent, personally-tailored coaching for me during a period of very significant career change. At all times he was enthusiastically encouraging, without failing to ask the perceptively challenging question that invariably cut through to the heart of the matter stimulating further valuable personal reflection.
He made creative and effective use of a number of relevant analysis tools, consistently grounding the discoveries with real world applications – Jon is no ivory tower coach. He was always a real pleasure to work with such that after each coaching session I came away feeling so appreciative for time well invested.”
Former Charity Chief Executive

“The coaching sessions with Jon have helped me to be more confident in my own performance. They have been inspirational, and an energy recharging activity.”

“This is an overdue recommendation to one of the best professional influences I have ever had. Thanks to Jon’s coaching and guidance, I grew tremendously both, as a professional and human being. Thank you, thank you and thank you!!”
Business and Personal Coach

“As a result of the coaching sessions with Jon, I am more focused, I multi-task better, I am becoming better at managing my diary and tasks, as well as being able to plan the future of the company.”

I’ve been working with Jon recently on group supervision for coaching, at which his expertise is clearly evident. He is brilliant at creating an ambience in which deep thinking and questioning can take place. This is an essential pre-requisite to really good coaching and supervision and I have benefited a lot from Jon’s skill in this area.”
Managing Director, International Brewery and Pub Company

“The Coaching Supervision sessions enabled me to spend time on reflecting on two coaching concerns. Helping me understand my relationship around the aspects was extremely helpful in enabling me to understand and then positively move on.”

Case Studies


Coaching helped a senior manager take control of his career during a reorganisation and merger.



A director of a successful company regularly used a coach as a sounding board, a challenge to his thinking, a source of new ideas and to develop his skills and capabilities.



A divisional director used coaching to help him think through a strategy for reorganisation, improve his ability to motivate staff and maintain performance levels during a period of change.



A senior manager had significant expertise in a specialised field but limited people-management skills. Coaching developed his skills in leadership and understanding customer expectations, which contributed towards a successful and growing business.