Executive and personal development coaching.
 

Achieving new heights.

The Snowy Mountains, Australia 2018.

The Snowy Mountains, Australia 2018.

What is Coaching?

Coaching is a powerful relationship which can support people who are in transition take suitable steps to: advance their position, clarify goals, strengths, values and begin to work toward progress in both the personal and professional arenas.

Suitable candidates should be open and ready for change. Coaches don’t solve problems, we help bring forward your individual strengths and offer support while you apply them to your specific situation. This will be an introspective journey which will require some effort on the participant’s part. These efforts will pay dividends as you will go forward more confidently in whichever direction is right for you. Undoubtedly, you will get out of any coaching session - what you put in.

“The whole aim of coaching is to close the gap between people’s potential and their current state.”
— Jenny Rogers, Coaching Skills 2004

What is Coaching at HJC?

Coaching at HJC incorporates experiential learning with horses and one on one (no horses involved) coaching in person or via phone\video conference as ongoing support, learning and accountability for our clients.

Setting goals and achieving them often requires outside support. Similar to an athlete striving to get to the Olympics - goals need to be broken down and a realistic strategy created, coaching in business, life and sport are all linked in that fundamental way. A coach gets you where you couldn’t get on your own - if you’re ready to put the work in.

 
Ellen on horseback. Sacred Valley, Peru 2016.

Ellen on horseback. Sacred Valley, Peru 2016.

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