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I’m coaching an established Consultant who works in a well known NHS trust.

With his permission, I want to tell you  what he has found useful about having coaching with me.
He contacted me because he wanted support and encouragement to develop a private medical practice.

He found that I:  listened patiently to his career ambitions which included a detailed discussion of how he could develop a private practice.

He writes: We discussed numerous issues including: work-life balance, ideal working day, impact on family life and money.
The solution to the development of the practice has emerged gradually over a number of sessions.
The main solution has been encouragement to push forward boldly, and to understand that a contented working life is not a selfish ambition but one that can result in benefits for all stake-holders (e.g. patients, colleagues, family) including myself.
He has, so far, achieved:
More courage to make decisions regarding NHS vs. private practice
 A successfully developing private practice at one of the hospitals identified as a possible site for work.
A great chance to discuss some of these issues, which are so often overlooked or simply not discussed in work.
What I offer him  is a confidential space to discover the way forward.
If you want support and encouragement to develop your private, independent medical practice;
If you feel stuck and want to talk then CALL ME
I won’t tell you what to do: I’ll listen to you and challenge you to think about alternatives you may not have considered before.

Enabling you to find your own Prescription for Change