What I love most about being an accredited coach, facilitator and mediator is the opportunity to build professional relationships with clients through what is a transformative process. I have outlined the most frequently asked questions because open communication is key.

Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have a question that is not answered below.

Q.How much should I expect to pay for your services?

My fees are tailored to the scope of work and services I am providing. Please contact me to discuss how you would like to engage my services, and I will prepare a quote for your consideration. You will find my fees are competitive and you will receive a consistently high-standard of integrity and professionalism.

Q. What tools do you use to support coaching and facilitation outcomes?

I am accredited to use a variety of useful diagnostic tools to support coaching and facilitation outcomes. While many clients find these instruments to be valuable, they may not be applicable for everyone. We will discuss if a tool will helpful, in your circumstances.

Q.Do you have the appropriate coaching qualifications?

In addition to undergraduate and postgraduate university qualifications, I also have specific coaching qualifications. Further my Master of Business Coaching (Distinction) means you can be assured that my service delivery reflects best practice.

I am a Professional Certified Coach with accreditation through the International Coaching Federation (ICF). I abide by its list of competencies and code of ethics. I am dedicated to ongoing professional development in coaching, facilitation and mediation.

Q.What makes you different to other executive coaches and facilitators?

Since 2008, I have successfully run my own executive coach practice. My hallmark is that I genuinely care about each client I work with, and provide personalised support and expertise with my coaching, facilitation and mediation services.

As a former Executive in the Commonwealth Government, I understand the challenges and complexities of the workplace. Here, I facilitated a conducive coaching culture, which won an Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI) Award.

Q.What should I look for in selecting a coach?

There are many people that can call themselves a coach, so how do you know whom to select? When looking for someone that can make a difference pay close attention to:

  • Coach-specific qualifications
  • Independent assessment of coaching skills through International Coach Federation (ICF) accreditation
  • Coaching hours accrued
  • Coaching expertise and achievements
  • Testimonials
  • Overall depth and breadth of coaching experience
  • Ongoing commitment to the study and practice of coaching

Review of my website and CV demonstrates that you will be getting all of these when you choose me as your coach. I welcome any questions you have.

Q.Why is it important to have a coach with professional accreditation?

When a coach has been credentialled by the International Coach Federation (ICF), it means they have completed stringent education and experience requirements and have demonstrated a strong commitment to excellence in coaching.

According to the ICF Global Consumer Awareness Study, 84 percent of adult consumers who had experienced a coaching relationship reported they thought it was important for coaches to hold a credential.

When you choose me, you can feel confident knowing that I have attained the ICF Professional Certified Coach (PCC) accreditation. providing you with assurance of my coach-specific training, achievement of significant coaching hours, that I have been coached by a Mentor Coach and have been independently assessed for my coaching competence.