Jeanette Pratt

Transformational Leadership Coach and ​Facilitator. Fresh Air Friday facilitator

Jeanette is an experienced professional Master Coach, Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) practitioner and Coach Supervisor.

Jeanette is passionate about working with people to help them to be the best they can be.

Jeanette uses her extensive professional experience to facilitate sessions on Emotional Resilience and Managing Stress.

Member since September 2016

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Alresford Winchester Hamphire
SO24

My Approach

 

  • I believe that everyone has it in them to be better at what they do.
  • I believe that it is vital to invest in leaders, both for them as individuals and for those that they lead.
  • My coaching is always client-led, so that the motivation and innovation remains with you as the client.
  • I provide creative and insightful learning experiences that will allow you to unleash the confidence, courage and talent that you already possess.
  • I combine leadership expertise with industry knowledge and experience to inspire people to achieve results both for themselves and the business.
  • My purpose is to ensure that I create coaching and learning interventions that engage individuals, business leaders and their people to ensure delivery of the organisation’s objectives and produce measurable results

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How can I help?

How would you like to be the best leader you can be?  How would you like to have an even greater impact on your business and on those that you work with?  A Coaching partnership with me will bring out your best self, help you to develop vision and purpose and help you to build better relationships in every sphere of your life.

In today’s fast moving, 24/7 technological and often stressful world, do you want to be more resilient? My workshops will help individuals and teams to build emotional resilience and recognise and manage stress, both inside and outside of work.

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Qualifications

  • Registered General Nurse 1982

  • Occupational Health Nursing 1988

  • Business Coach 2011

  • Master Coach 2012

  • Coaching Supervisor 2014

  • Fresh Air Friday facilitator 2017

Experience

  • 30 years experience in various Occupational Health Nursing and Management roles, both within NHS and business

  • 5 years Executive and Business Coaching, both within John Lewis Partnership and as a consultant

Frequently asked questions

What can a coach help me with?

Some examples of subjects coaches deal with are:
•Relationships - do you ever wonder why a particular relationship is not working well? A coach can help you to explore your relationships and to support you in resolving conflicts and difficulties.
•Business life – work can be challenging and coaching can help you to navigate your career. Coaches can help with confidence, leadership, decision-making and work/life balance.
•Performance - improvement is at the heart of coaching. Whatever your skill, coaching could help improve it. Whether you're an athlete, an artist, a writer, a performer or a musician - adopting specialist techniques will help you to push your limitations and
exceed expectations.
•Personal life - perhaps you feel like you're not making the most of life. There's so much to see, do and learn in this world, but often a lack of confidence, time and will-power can cause us to stay inside not doing anything. Coaches use specialist skills to motivate their clients to do the things they want to do, so they can finally fight the urge to procrastinate.

What do you cover in your stress workshops

My workshops can be tailored to your organisation, but some of the most common areas are:
What is stress and why do we need to understand it?
What causes stress?
How do we recognise it?
What effect does stress have on our performance?
How can we minimise the effects of stress? Key skills and strategies.
How can managers provide the right culture to prevent stress?
How can managers recognise stress in individual team members and what support helps?
What are your legal responsibilities in relation to work related stress and how to undertake stress risk assessments?

What do you cover in your resilience workshops?

Again, the workshops are tailored to your organisation, but some common areas include:
What is emotional resilience and why do we need it?
How naturally resilient are we?
Self awareness and resilience
Learning the ABC of resilience
Skills and strategies to build our resilience, including:
Building better relationships
Avoiding thinking traps
Maximising physical and emotional wellbeing
Positive psychology - the 5 habits that build optimism