Being a master coach

We bring a contemporary view on how to lead for change within your organisation. Focusing on relationship dynamics, conversations, group patterns and ingrained mindsets and beliefs.

To be a coach is to help others grow and perform beyond expectations. It’s to help people put into practice what THEY believe in most. That’s the only way a person can really change if they, themselves, believe in what they’re doing. A leader who can coach their employees will create a culture of continuous learning and support at work, encouraging their people to always aim for the best version of themselves. And what’s better than an organisation made up of a group of people who are encouraged to always be striving for their goals? The power of an organisation lies within its people. A consistent group of employees learning and working hard for their organisation opens the doors to a whole range of possibilities…


This seed gives you the knowledge and the expertise to become a Master Coach. It’ll give you the models, frameworks, and understanding that you need to coach your employees and empower them to be the best version of themselves. How to identify their goals? How to offer guidance? How to make them think for themselves without giving them any of the answers? The importance of contracting and clarifying roles for both parties are also explained. This seed also focuses on listening attentively, asking the right questions, being aware of underlying assumptions and biases, reading body language and much more. We will give you all that you need to properly coach your people to grow and develop.


All the seeds we offer are targeted bite-sized, robust skill development boosters. No longer than 90 minutes to 2 hours, we support our clients to receive the insights they’re looking for in a modular session, specifically focused on their own context and needs. They fit perfectly in a face-to-face or virtual session.


What you’ll gain:

·      The art of essence of coaching

·      Preparing for a coaching conversation

·      Establishing goals and contracting with coachees

·      Active listening and asking the right questions

·      The ask vs. tell ratio

·      The tools in the coaching playing field

·      Reading body language – what to look out for?