Say what you really mean
Our coaches can help you communicate better at work and in your personal life.
They will help you to identify any communication gaps and help you to get your ideas across more clearly.
Whether you’d like to get better at articulating yourself clearly to people accessing your services, working with people for whom English isn’t their first language, or you’d like to get better at public speaking, our coaches will offer a tailored approach to help you achieve your goals.
Coaches will give you perspective, and accountability, ask good questions and break down the building blocks of being a more effective communicator.
How it works
Your coaching will be structured around six sessions, each lasting 45 minutes. The frequency of the meetings can be flexibly arranged to suit your schedule and can take place online or face-to-face to suit your needs.
It is important that you are able to build a trusting relationship with your coach that allows for open conversations. If you aren't happy after the first session then you will be able to cancel with just the one session owing and no further commitment required from you.
For six sessions of 45 minutes, the prices are:
- >£500,000 turnover: £630+VAT
- <£500,000 turnover: £565+VAT
Our Communication Coaches
All sessions are with a qualified, experienced coach.
Below is a list of our current Communication Coaches. You can request a specific coach or we can match you with someone based on your needs.
For more information on our coaches, view their full Coaching Profiles
Amanda ToothAmanda has over thirty years’ experience of working in the criminal justice and homelessness field. Amanda draws on a number of effective disciplines and many years of experience, to provide Progressive Coaching.
Beth CoyneBeth has worked extensively in homelessness and related fields of mental health, criminal justice and employment services, including in senior leadership. Using a Transformational Coaching approach, she combines coaching techniques and an acute understanding the challenges of working in the homelessness sector to support coachees to achieve their goals.
Carmen ClarkeWith a wealth of experience in business and social justice sectors, including senior leadership in refugee advocacy, Carmen fosters trust and mutual respect in coaching. Her holistic, culturally sensitive approach, addressing trauma and intersectional identities, utilises diverse coaching methods to explore realities, provide fresh insights, and find a way forward.
Emma UlyssesEmma worked in the charity sector and NHS for over sixteen years. Using the Co Active coaching model, Emma’s coaching style is solution focused ensuring clarity of the issue the coachee would like to work on.
Joanna RobertsAn ICF-accredited coach, Joanna has over 30 years’ experience working as a lawyer, commissioner and leader in the public and third sector in a range of areas including homelessness and youth services. She uses a blend of approaches and is particularly influenced by Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).
Mike FindlayMike has had a twenty-year career in Communications in health, social justice and education. Mike is a Transformational Coach and brings his leadership experience into his coaching practice to support to people in their work and personal lives.
Steph PapapavlouSteph is a mediator, trainer, coach and facilitator specialising in communication and conflict management. With over 20 years in leadership, management, and program design, as a coach she guides individuals, using curiosity, creativity, and confidence, to explore solutions through questions and conversations and make decisions aligned with their goals.
Steve SylvanSteve is a person-centred coach and has been coaching children to Chief Executives for over ten years. Steve specialises in homelessness and neurodiversity and has a passion for wellbeing in the outdoors.
Sue OrwinSue has over twenty years management experience and offers a bespoke, transformational coaching experience that is; safe, non-judgemental, trauma informed, compassionate and effective.
Syane FindlaySyane has a passion to support and empower organisations, teams, and individuals to experience positive transformation and achieve goals through mindset and behaviour change.
Tanya EnglishTanya brings twenty years of third sector leadership experience, including over a decade within homelessness, to her coaching. Integrating a suite of proven coaching theories and methods means she can find approaches to suit you.