Transformational Development Coaching

What is Quiet Space Coaching all about?

Are you:

  • Wanting to take your career to the next level?
  • Stuck in a career rut?
  • Facing redundancy and not sure where to go next?
  • Returning to work after an extended career break and anxious about going back?
  • Wanting to make more of your life but unsure about where to start?
  • Trying to manage difficult emotions?
  • Seeking more confidence and motivation?
  • Wanting to stop the world so you can get off?

If that resonates with you, get in touch now so we can start a conversation about making your life better.


We always know which is the best road to follow, but we follow only the road that we have become accustomed to. —Paulo Coelho


Natalie is very easy to talk to and open up to.  She has a gentle and empathetic approach but still manages to challenge you about your perceptions of yourself and the ones you have of the people who surround you.

I booked a coaching session to help me with a really important interview for a senior role and she certainly did a great job in helping me to see where my skills were and how my previous experiences would make me a good candidate for the role.  It did more than that though; it helped me to shift my thinking.  I realised that not only was I the right person on paper but that I actually could do this job and be good at it.  Needless to say I did get the job and I’m currently enjoying my new role very much.

 

Sharon, administrator

I found Natalie’s sessions to be extremely beneficial and inspirational. The coaching helped me to see a different perspective and gave me a solid foundation on which I could start to understand my life in a much clearer way. Goal setting was crucial and done in a way that was easy to digest. Completing goals was enjoyable and gave me a great sense of achievement. I would thoroughly recommend Natalie to anyone wanting to be the best they can be.

Jeff, IT Manager

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