"Beverly is the ultimate professional, a generous mentor and great fun to work with."
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The reason coaching works to enable change is because it is about helping a person move forward. As your coach, Beverly Landais would be a catalyst for you to explore what you want, how you could get it and what needs to happen to achieve this.
The reason people seek out coaching is because they want some else out of life. If this holds appeal and you are ready to make an enquiry, please email: email@example.com
You may also contact us by phone: 07792 223756.
"Beverly is astute, progressive, creative and insightful and an absolute pleasure to work with. The results that she has produced speak for themselves. I would have no hesitation in recommending Beverly."
"Beverly has, over many years, provided training for our members on many occasions and in particular we have engaged her services for those professionals at the most senior level within their organisations including partners. One Marketing and Business Development Director recently commented after a training course lead by Beverly ‘there was a real sense of purpose and energy in the room which was infectious. Well worth taking the time out of the office. Beverly was outstanding.’ I would have no hesitation whatsoever in recommending Beverly for any project she is invited to undertake."
"I found Beverly’s style to be effective, in that it was left to me to do much of the talking and therefore the ‘answers’ were drawn out from me/in my words rather than being given to me on a plate. Beverly’s open questioning approach was effective. [The sessions] were probably more demanding than I expected, in that I had to think hard during the sessions and I found some questions challenging (although Beverly did warn me that would be the case at the start of the first session)."
"I wanted to thank you again for the fantastic job you did with facilitating our Women in Leadership event yesterday. I really enjoyed it and found it really interesting to hear what everyone had to say."