Perhaps you want to make more of an impact in your current role or are looking your next career step? Maybe you just want someone to talk through complex situations and help you make better decisions?
When we’re juggling conflicting work priorities, managing our managers and our teams and handling a hectic home life even the best of us can experience dips in confidence.
In our experience with a small amount of help and support, people are able to maintain their confidence and they can achieve incredible amounts and at a fast pace That’s why Lucidity provides coaching.
Confidential and not restricted by internal politics and egos, Lucidity coaches are a sounding board and critical friends that ‘have your back’ challenge your assumptions and build your confidence through the ups and downs to help you get the results you want.
How Lucidity coaching works
Coaching can be face to face, via phone, email and Skype. We start with a 45-minute free discovery session to check we are right for each other. If we both think we are, we agree objectives and get started. At the end of a coaching programme (We recommend a minimum of 4 sessions) you will have learned significant amounts through tackling tough situations and increased your confidence to achieve your goals.
“Coaching with Lucy has helped me with many parts of my development. Lucy has helped me build my confidence for public speaking and I can happily stand up and inspire a room, I still have nerves but I do it.”
Group coaching is also available for Lucidity Network members. If you’d like an informal chat about how coaching might help you, or more information about how the Lucidity Network can help you drop me a line at email@example.com.
‘Coaching with Lucy gives me a great sounding board to talk though difficult situations in confidence without judgement. She is a really easy person to talk to and a great listener. She asks clever questions which help me consider different ways of looking at a problem and she often challenges my assumptions. Coaching with Lucy has given me the time and space to reflect and as a result I have become more confident in making difficult decisions.’Dr Jo Smith, CEO, Derbyshire Wildlife Trust