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Permission to cry.

It’s okay to cry. I work as an Executive coach and maybe you think I have it all sorted. But yesterday was hard for me. Nothing catastrophic happened. In the light of the tragedy that is playing out on across our land and world it is insignificant. I felt shame and guilt thinking I was making a fuss. But the feelings of loss and uncertainty would not leave me. Finally I shut the bathroom door and had a cry. Was…

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Be the best you! Authentic leadership

Be the best you! Authentic leadership. Yesterday I spoke at an Aurora reflection session in Canterbury Christ Church University. It was for leaders and aspiring leaders across the university. It is always challenging for me to decide on how much to share when I am invited to speak at an event. The title of my talk ‘Be the best you! Authentic leadership’ required a high degree of openness.  So, the question was do I just say everything? Or do I…

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2020 vision: press pause.

Help guide and plan your 2020 vision with the Executive Coaching sessions from Susie The Bespoke Coach It’s the end of the first week in the New Year. How did you face the change and challenge that the New Decade heralded? Was it with trepidation? With hopes and dreams? With wild resolutions that even as you spoke them out you knew would fail? What would happen if even now, you just paused and drew a breath before you did anything…

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How To Get Peace And Quiet

In this age of uncertainty, with Brexit, wars on people groups and leaders appearing to change their minds as often as they change their shirts, it is vital that we learn to be still and restore. This article penned for an online magazine in Australia offers a few suggestions. For more information, please contact Susie The Bespoke Coach to discuss

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Will silence reign again as mental health month comes an end?

As mental health month comes to an end, what does it mean for your organisation, what does it mean for you? It’s all very well focusing on mental health for a while but when the noise dies down what happens next? So many people feel abandoned when it comes to talking about depression and anxiety. For so many being stressed and overwhelmed is unacceptable. How can we, how can you, ensure that there is the correct support out there for…

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Mental health and you.

  I have watched the programmes screened over the past few weeks,discussing mental health and am amazed by the difference well-known people are making: shining a light on mental illness and diminishing its power. Like most troublesome issues, mental illness thrives in the darkness where it likes to gain control and change how we live. Nadiya Hussain bravely faced her anxiety and spoke out in the most honest and raw fashion. Cameras entered the sanctity of the therapy room as…

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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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