Entrepreneur and psychotherapeutic executive coach, Bec Howard is giving 10 women leaders and entrepreneurs the chance to take part in her research study, “Therapy in the boardroom”.
As part of the research, the successful applicants will receive two, 3 hour one-to-one psychotherapeutic coaching sessions over the course of three months.
Any woman in business, anywhere in the country, who is serious about unlocking their own potential to accelerate her business growth or career can apply.
The research aims to explore the positive relationship between psychotherapy and performance and profit in both business and the boardroom.
Understanding motivations and strategies
The style of coaching used is based on a type of psychotherapy – NLPT – which looks deeper into “the why?” we behave as we do. It aims to give an insight into self, and explores the motivations and strategies held in our minds and how they in turn impact on our relationship dynamics, effectiveness and performance.
By helping to understand unhelpful strategies it can give entrepreneurs and executives the opportunity to eliminate those that may be holding them back.
Through evaluation, the study aims to explore the idea that psychotherapy should have a key role place in business and the boardroom, and that we should ditch any preconceptions about therapy being only for those in need, or the weak.
Two, 3-hour coaching sessions
The 10 women leaders and entrepreneurs taking part in the research, will receive two, 3 hour one-to-one psychotherapeutic coaching sessions over the course of three months.
The sessions will take place in Yorkshire and are available to any woman in business, anywhere in the country who is serious about accessing transformational coaching to accelerate her business growth or career.
Results will be monitored, both professionally, in terms of performance and profit, and at home, in terms of happiness and balance. Those participating will need to consent to being featured in the subsequent published results and case studies.
The first coaching sessions will take place in the first week in March, with follow-up sessions during the week commencing 6th July.
If you are interested in taking part in the research, email Bec at firstname.lastname@example.org, explaining why this opportunity would benefit you and your business, and what you would want to achieve.
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