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CAREER TRANSFORMATION

Susie will help you transform your career: taking a good look at yourself can bring the change you want.

PERSONAL GROWTH

To be the people that we are designed to be takes courage. We may need to battle against circumstances, challenges from the past and low self-worth. Susie will help you move roadblocks in your life and thrive.

SPEAKING & WORKSHOPS

Susie’s inspirational story of healing and wholeness will enliven the audience as she speaks with brutal honesty of failing and falling and rising again.

What Susie Can Do For You

Here at The Bespoke Coach we want to move you quickly from a place where you feel stuck, to a whole new point of view. Our clients come to Susie from many different backgrounds, with many different thoughts and feelings about their lives and the paths they wish to take. Susie will help you learn to set achievable goals and assess whether or not they are realistic. She will give you tools and techniques to really understand your thinking and how you process your goals. You can then feel calm, equipped and ready to take on the next challenge.

Testimonials

Susie coached me on relationships with my mother, wife, staff and on line management. I gained confidence; becoming the real me and be more assertive. I developed a more pro-active approach to managing work and colleagues.

I was able to cultivate an adult-to-adult relationship with a demanding, difficult and offensive elderly mother; take possession of more ‘space’ at home and develop a better decision making role and re-evaluating childhood issues.

Susie’s interest in her clients is genuine and it is rewarding to speak to someone who is attentive. She interprets accurately and sensitively and clearly enjoys her work. She questions and challenges and makes one think and work positively. I would recommend her.

Simon Bradburn, Support Services Manager

I came to Susie for coaching on management and would highly recommend her. I became more aware of how I came come across and learnt to let go of things – always aiming to strike the right balance. I found Susie very easy to talk to and down to earth.

Emma Allwright, Care Records Manager

Susie’s coaching enabled me to bring long term goals into real goals rather than pie in the sky. We focussed on health and the importance to my family, this helped me to change my thought processes to I can and not just carry on with the same excuses. It was really beneficial and she was very easy to communicate with. I would definitely recommend her.

Sarah Wiles, Payroll Co-ordinator

After many years of working in the finance industry I found myself in a situation where after a successful career, working my way through the ranks, I had become “successfully bored”, not knowing what path in life to take next. My wife suggested I try a coach and I reluctantly agreed, being doubtful of the value.  I carried out a great deal of research before contacting Susie as I wanted to work with someone who had experienced real life with its ups and downs prior to becoming a coach.  I wasn’t sure what to expect from the sessions, but immediately found Susie to be someone who was very easy to talk to and trustworthy. She has demonstrated a great skill in being able to decompose aspects of my life and disaggregate my goals into smaller manageable tasks, so rather than trying to focus on everything at once, the sessions concentrate on one particular milestone. I come away from every session enthusiastic with a better understanding of how to achieve what it is I’m after.  The sessions with Susie have not only helped me in my personal development at home but have had the positive side-effect of helping me at work, especially around staff motivation and retention.  I would certainly recommend Susie to anyone looking for guidance, as the results for me have been very tangible.

 

‘Coaching has supported me to achieve what I am after at home and in work.’

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About Susie Flashman Jarvis

One part of blogging is to write about myself. That in itself is a challenge, not because I don’t know myself but rather, I need to think about what I want you to know.

As a coach or a therapist the general rule of thumb is, don’t disclose things about yourself unless it is useful for the client. However, I believe in congruence and I believe that someone is more likely to be themselves if they experience authenticity in another.

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