The Coaching Project has specialised in resilience coaching for over a decade and it has never been more relevant than now. COVID-19 has swept through our lives like a tsunami upending norms, routines and rituals and destroying plans, dreams and ambitions.
For those struggling with their resilience, fear, frustration and dread are the order of the day impacting mood, motivation and momentum. Those with strong underlying resilience have been able to handle the uncertainty, keep things in perspective, quickly adapt to the new normal and even thrive.
The good news is that resilience is a set of learnable behaviours and skills. Self-care, cognitive flexibility, empathy and emotional state management are just some of the key areas we focus on in order to build our clients’ resilience and improve mental wellbeing. We work both 1:1 and with teams.
We use tools and frameworks from fields as diverse as NLP (neuro-linguistic programming), CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy), EQ (emotional intelligence) and positive psychology. We also offer the use of relevant psychometric assessments such as Wraw (Workplace resilience and wellbeing) and the EQ-i 2.0 and EQ360 (emotional intelligence).
We have helped hundreds of clients over the years, so we know our approach is highly effective. Moreover, resilience coaching works just as well online as it does face to face; in some cases even better.
Contact us today for evidence-based, proven and practical help and support.
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We also offer the use of a highly validated psychometric tool called Wraw (Workplace Resilience & Wellbeing). Wraw is the world’s first psychometric tool and survey to measure resilience and its impact on wellbeing in the workplace. Reports cover individuals, teams, leaders and whole organisations.