COACHING WITH KATE JAMES

With over 16 years coaching experience, Kate will work with you to clarify your career and life direction, understand your values and strengths, build self-belief and create meaningful goals.

Coaching can help you to:

  • Find clarity in your personal or professional direction.
  • Build your self-belief and confidence.
  • Establish a positive and balanced mindset.
  • Develop a vision for your career, your life or your business.
  • Learn how to become a more creative and mindful leader.
  • Overcome ‘imposter syndrome’.
  • Understand your unique values and strengths.
  • Bring creativity into your business or your life.
  • Make your life more purposeful and meaningful.
  • Transition into your own creative startup.

 

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Who do you work with?

Kate’s clients are people who know how to fit into mainstream culture, but sometimes feel that there’s something missing in the traditional version of success. Some say they suffer from perfectionism or ‘imposter syndrome’ and many are struggling to find balance. You can read more about Kate’s ideal client here.

How does it work?

We start with an initial phone conversation to discuss your needs. Kate offers career, business and life coaching (or you can use the time to blend a few areas) and her session times vary. Choose from one-hour, two-hour or a more intensive half-day one-to-one workshop.

Most clients continue with an ongoing program where sessions are generally held every two to four weeks. We tailor our packages to suit you with the average program running for five-sesssions.

Coaching includes access to additional free resources (reading material, guided meditations, recommended reading etc) and unlimited email access between sessions.

I’m not sure if I want to get straight into a program. Can I do a single session?
Kate is very happy to offer single sessions if you’re not sure about committing to a program. Please get in touch and we’ll send you a link to our online booking calendar.

Does Kate see clients on the weekends?
Not currently. Her client hours are Monday afternoons, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Friday mornings. Kate has a couple of 5pm timeslots but for the most part, she sees clients during business hours.

I’m not sure if I should do a half-day session or the coaching program. What would you recommend?
The content of the discovery session and the coaching program is much the same but the half-day session is a deep-dive intensive. It’s different in the sense that you’ll get to the heart of things in a single day. After that, you’re welcome to book a program or a series of single sessions if you need more support. The program is a better option for you if you prefer a bit more time between your sessions to reflect and if you need accountability to help you stay on track.

I’m not that interested in mindfulness. Does that mean you’re the wrong coach for me?
Not at all. Not everyone Kate sees is interested in mindfulness but it still influences her approach to working with you. Being mindful is really just another way of saying being present, curious, self-aware and non-judgmental. If those qualities appeal, you’ll enjoy working with Kate. She’s not at all dogmatic in her approach and she’s respectful that it might not be everyone’s thing.



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Still have questions about career, business, life or leadership coaching?

If you still have questions about the way that Kate works, or about coaching in general, you might find the answers on our frequently asked questions page or please contact us for a copy of our brochure or a proposal if your workplace is funding your coaching program. Coaching is generally tax deductible.