|While work has the ability to provide
fulfilment, enjoyment and a sense of identity and achievement, it
also has the ability, on occasion, to provide stress, crises, and
Are you, or someone you are responsible for, having problems
- Relating to colleagues?
- Stress or lack of confidence?
- Career progression, exams or job interviews?
- Bullying or harassment? >more
All work-related problems provide two challenges: the problem itself,
and the secondary damage to a person’s mental and/or physical
health. This may include anxiety, fatigue, depression, insomnia, psycho-somatic
Coaching provides methods both for tackling the specific problem,
and for dealing with the psychological effects.
Clients report increased confidence, gaining perspective on
themselves and their lives, and getting back to
being productive and happy at work.
"I’ve just got a consultant job, and I could never
have done it without your help"
A specialist registrar who had been bullied by a supervisor
Group development workshops and
All staff need to develop
self-awareness and emotional intelligence in order to be effective
in the workplace. Sometimes that need becomes especially pressing;
for example in organisations or departments where the culture has
traditionally encouraged or condoned aggressive or uncooperative
behaviours. In those circumstances, developmental programmes
for groups is more appropriate and economical than individual
Examples of developmental areas
where training may be provided:
Understanding diversity of
personality and it's implications
Better relationships at work
Stress and time management
Survival skills for consultants and juniors
Bullying: awareness-raising and management
Career workshops for juniors
What next? Career development workshops for consultants