The world around us is becoming hugely complex and volatile. Research and personal interaction shows leaders are starting to buckle with the pressure. Stress and mental illness is on the increase. New generations and authentic leadership thinkers are looking for different learning channels. Key people need to break poor habits, take time out to think and breathe.
I offer development through a high impact experiential format by stretching key talent outside their comfort zone. Being coached outdoors in extraordinary environments is truly different. It is outdoor learning for business people but it is not outward bounds as you may perceive it. This is personalised 1:1 provocative developmental coaching using a structured learning/coaching framework.
If you want to find an edge, fulfil your potential, think differently, cope with stress, need to change your life, need coping strategies, are frustrated, lack energy, want career direction, lacking confidence, want unique leadership help, want to be coached by a leading mental toughness coach & psychologist – you are in the right space. Corporate people just love this approach and wish they had experienced it earlier in their careers. In fact, i have been sighted in a book by one of the UKs leading business coaches.
It is my favourite element of The Wild Workplace programme. The Wild Workplace doesn’t have to be indoors. I take you into a different place, a rarefied atmosphere to sharpen perceptions and work on your mental toughness. I will stretch your thinking and psychological development. The concept may be difficult to grasp and a tad scary (my desk and team are a safe haven!). See below in terms of what it involves and call me for a chat.
“Most of us exist for most of the time in worlds which are humanly arranged, themed and controlled. One forgets that there are environments which do not respond to the flick of a switch or the twist of a dial, and which have their own rhythms and orders of existence. Mountains correct this amnesia”.
Rebecca Solnit, Wanderlust: A History of Walking.