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and I support women to achieve their career goals and optimise their wellbeing through building confidence and resilience.
I’m a confidence and wellbeing coach and a career mentor.
So why the Curious Coach? It’s simply that I have a deep interest in the art of the possible: what exists now, and what can be in the future.
As a coach, I love to stimulate good quality thinking and so I’d like to invite you to ask yourself if you can relate to any of the following?
If you recognise yourself here, you’re not alone. As many as 90% of women in the UK have experienced imposter syndrome at some point in their life. Numerous articles identify that women often feel overwhelmed and that taking care of their wellbeing seems like one more “job” to get done. And if they do take the time, they often feel guilty afterwards.
My practice is person-centred and rooted in positive psychology, with a particular focus on being intentionally curious about amplifying strengths and building resilience. My coaching approach is one of support and challenge, and is influenced by my professional training, evidence-based research, and my commitment to my own professional development. My coaching toolkit consists of a range of creative options which I will curate to suit the needs of each individual client: we’ll always begin with understanding your personal values and go from there to build your confidence and optimise your wellbeing.
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Hi there and a warm welcome back! Today’s blog is going to talk about having a north star, what a north star actually is and give you a few pointers to help you to start the journey to work out what yours is and how you’re going to get there. What is the north star …
Hi there, and welcome to my first blog post as The Curious Coach. I’m Michelle, I’m a confidence and wellbeing coach and career mentor by trade. I’m also a mum, a wife and (hopefully!) a pretty decent friend. I’ve worked my whole adult life, raised two children who I think are completely wonderful, though I …