A Coach assumes that individuals or teams are capable of generating their own solutions and offers them the chance of learning through the process of discovering the answer for themselves. The Coach listens and asks questions but does not prescribe any solutions.

Christine has a particular style of coaching that she has developed over time and which she finds to be the most effective in supporting people to move forward. This combines classic Coaching styles advocated by the International Coaching Federation (ICF), which supports professional coaching competency and quality, and also Neuro-linguistic Programming (NLP), the language of our own minds. By combining these two styles, she can support you to both identify the underlying causes for any repeated negative patterns that you might be experiencing and allow you to find the best way forward for yourself.

Christine also provides Team and Organisational coaching. She is is ORSC trained, giving her a rich set of tools and experience in coaching organisational and systems relationships.


Christine can offer a number of approaches, tailored to your specific needs, including:

  • Agile Coaching, for organisations and teams wanting to learn more about the benefits of being Agile
  • Team Coaching, either in team formation, to allow individuals to connect and perform as a group, or for existing teams who wish to progress to greater levels of collaboration
  • Individual Coaching, in the context of business or in any context needed to allow you to eliminate your old, restrictive patterns, and move forward to greater possibilities
  • Organisationl Coaching, an extensive combination of all of the above to support systems, groups and teams as well as the individuals they contain.


Coaching is a journey which only you can drive. Christine is happy to join you on that journey, to create the space and learning that will help you to become the best version of yourself.

Below is a demonstration of Christine coaching her Coaching Mentor, Cherie Silas, in the ICF Coaching style: