Where is The Pearson Practice located?
I live in West London and my practice is based at
58 South Molton Street, W1K 5SL
At or near your offices or home by arrangement.
Coaching sessions can also be held by Zoom, Skype, Face Time or telephone. They can also be in your offices or walking meetings in a local park if weather permits. Walking in nature can focus the mind, enhance creativity and problem solving skills.
Developing a bespoke coaching programme for each client
Corporate Clients: I will meet with you to understand the Company’s specific needs and develop a bespoke proposal for you. I work with my network of experienced associates on large projects.
Private clients: I offer a complimentary 20-minute phone or Skype consultation, without obligation. This gives you the chance to tell me what you would like to work on and I can share with you how I think I can help you and answer any questions you may have. This is also a chemistry check to make sure we feel we can work productively together. I will then tailor a programme for you and discuss with you the fee which will based on the number of sessions recommended. A coaching programme is usually 6-8 sessions.
What does Leadership Coaching include?
- Initial chemistry meeting
- Three way meeting with line manager/sponsor at beginning and end of the coaching programme
- Clarification of coaching goals
- Regular coaching sessions held in person or via Zoom or phone.
- On going support for critical meetings and events.
- 360 feedback and/or use of psychometric exercises if considered appropriate
How do I pay?
Corporate Clients: The Pearson Practice Ltd will invoice the Company as outlined in the coaching agreement.
Private Clients: Payment can be made in advance via BACS , or by cash or credit/debit card at the appointment. Cards accepted are Mastercard, Visa, Maestro and Paypal. Further details will be provided at the time of making the appointment.
What happens if I need to cancel?
Cancellations made less than 48 hours prior to an appointment will incur a 100% charge.