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“The things we want are transformative, and we don’t know or only think we know what is on the other side of that transformation,” – Rebecca Solnit
Feeling that you’re underutilising your skills?
That you’re not getting the most out of yourself?
Maybe a lack of confidence or your imposter is holding you back.
There’s a nagging concern that you can’t do this… that you’re not good enough.
You want to change, to make change happen, but stalled by how or where to start.
You’re not alone. We all have those feelings. It’s hard and we can all get and do better. Skills can be learnt, change can be made. We just need a little help, practice and support.
Turn that ‘can’t’ into a ‘can if’…
possibilities will open up, instead of closing down.
Lean in to committing to doing better work…
so that your opportunities expand and excite you.
Find support and a safe space…
so that you find insight and help with the work you need to do for yourself.
those that want to show up for themselves and lean in to their work, extending and challenging themseleves to do better.
or for those that are stuck, don’t know where to start, what to do, where to go and know that they could do better if only they had a little generous support.
This work is one on one. You and I will work together on the areas that will give you the best benefit. We might do this on an ongoing basis, a one-off meeting or until reaching a set goal.
We’ll meet weekly, fortnightly or on a needs basis for 30 to 60 minutes over Zoom. The coaching regularity is customised according to your requirements.
Insight, support and accountability are an intrinsic part of this work. I got you in uncovering the Aha and in making change happen for you.
Book in for a free introductory chat…
I hear you…
I’ve been in the same pickle in architectural practice (too often). We teach what we need to hear and know ourselves.
I’ve spent the last few years learning new skills and working out how they might be best applied to architectural practice. Now I’m sharing that knowledge with architects and continuing to develop better architectural practice, as well as taking the time to learn and coach others from outside of architecture.
As we say in practice…