It's time to shine the light on another one of our fantastic trainers. Hand-picked from the cream of the UK's finest coaches and all with a wealth of experience and qualifications, we are incredibly proud of our team. We grabbed some time with Jacky Leonard for your reading pleasure.
There have been a few, so I’ll give you 2…
Professionally – I completed a CIPD qualification and am now a Chartered Member of the CIPD. Although I’m not big on qualifications or initials after your name, I found this an interesting journey.
Personally – I’m a closet poet and after becoming involved with a writers group in Cheltenham, I decided to create a Blog to get my get my literary offerings out on the World Wide Web.
To complete my first book.
Networking with your target audience.
Collect business cards, create a database and send people interesting, stimulating and above all, useful information.
I volunteer as a Team Manager for Badminton Wales
There are so many… If I have to pick just one …Influence, Science and Practise by Dr Robert Cialdini
Again, so many… I attended a conference as a trainer a couple of years ago and had the great pleasure of meeting and listening to the inspirational Reverend Ruth Scott, the guest speaker that evening.
• My iPod – I love music and have a pretty eclectic taste
• My Swiss army knife – ever the pragmatist!
• A memory foam mattress – my days of sleeping on the floor are mostly behind me!
Do I have to pick just the one? :) Snowdonia National Park – wherever I roam, Wales is still my spiritual home.
Deliver a training session in a male changing room!
Doing the things you love and loving the things you do.
The potential of making a positive contribution, however small, to someone else’s life story.
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Posted 2010 Days Ago in: Coach Spotlight, Coaching Articles, Success Stories
After taking maternity leave from the police I went back to my old role in 2008 but was less than inspired so had some coaching to help me work out what I wanted to do. I was on a conference for women in policing when I first realised that it was possible to re-train to do something much more inspirational. An ex-police officer was working as a coach at the conference and that was when I knew coaching was for me!
Posted 2010 Days Ago in: Approvals & Endorsements, Coaching Articles, Life Coaching Articles, Tips
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