“Leadership is lifting a person’s vision to high sights, the raising of a person’s performance to a higher standard, the building of a personality beyond its normal limitations.” – Peter Drucker
She provides an opportunity to create a compelling vision, identify areas for development, overcome challenges and maximise potential.
Results can include enhanced confidence, clarity and visibility; a clearer sense of direction; refreshed levels of engagement; breakthroughs in leadership and career progression; renewed enthusiasm, satisfaction, happiness and wellbeing. A stronger sense of self, and the ability to bring presence to any interaction.
Most coaching programmes take place with monthly sessions scheduled over 6 – 12 months. Following an initial discussion to identify the overall aims and objectives, Hazel creates a coaching alliance with her clients in which they can think, learn and grow. All programmes can be discussed and agreed with the sponsoring organisation and line managers where appropriate.
Sessions are available face to face, by telephone or Zoom.
Typical client challenges include:
“Vision without action is merely a dream. Action without vision just passes the time. Vision with action can change the world.” – Joel A. Barker
A Coaching Vision Intensive is a 1:1, deep-dive coaching experience that provides a unique opportunity to take some high quality, accelerated thinking and visioning time out away from the office. Giving you the opportunity to access clarity around what’s next in your leadership, business, career and/or life.
Leaders who want to work on a vision for themselves, their team or their company.
The programme uses a framework of positive psychology to enable you to generate an inspiring, flourishing future for yourself, your team and your business.
We will ask you to complete some initial pre-work involving stimulus questions and an online strengths questionnaire.
The Vision Day:
After the day:
6 weeks after the Vision Day there is a follow-up coaching call to review the action plan and set new goals.
“If everyone is moving forward together, then success takes care of itself.” – Henry Ford
Hazel provides training and facilitated sessions for groups and teams. Her aim always is to bring out the best in you, your team and your organisation. She uses a coaching approach to enable teams to take ownership of their learning rather than a traditional teaching style. Half or full day sessions are available and can be tailored to your needs.
Topics she regularly works with include:
Bespoke sessions are also available for team away days.
See also Lumination®
“Action learning implies both self-development and organisation development.” Mike Pedler 1991
Action Learning Sets are based on learning by reflecting on an action or experience. Typically involving groups of 4 – 8 people (often peers), each participant addresses an issue and is supported to find a way forward through coaching style questions posed by other Set members. Learning is put into action between sessions.
Action Learning is a highly effective tool for individual and group learning and brings real results to the working environment.
Hazel works with coaches on a 1:1 and group basis and provides coaching supervision to organisations looking to quality assure and develop their coaches.
Coaching supervision provides a space to address areas of challenge and development in coaching practice. These could include:
Hazel is trained to use the seven-eyed model of supervision which is based on a systemic view of coaching practice. She also works with a range of other tools and approaches which might include values and strengths, systemic coaching constellations, action learning sets (in group supervision), brainstorming and the use of cards, objects and metaphors.
Hazel’s supervision style has been described as quietly assertive, calm and authoritative, challenging and supportive. She sees her role as being there to support coaches to develop and to ensure safe and ethical practice.
She listens, offers powerful questions, reflections and feedback. She also challenges where that seems helpful or at times essential if there is any risk of unethical practice. Hazel aims to offer her presence from a perspective of possibility and compassion. She is committed to supporting the development of coaches for the benefit of clients, organisations and the coaching profession as a whole.
With her warm empathetic manner Hazel creates a safe environment in which to share. Her supervision style is unobtrusive and yet totally in control, guiding the process and realigning where necessary. Personally, not only do I learn from my and others’ experience and Hazel’s perceptive insights, but also from her style which I’d love to emulate!