Coaching Intensive Programme – Positive Vision Day

Celebrating your strengths and bringing clarity to your vision, you will return to the office turbo charged, re-energised and renewed.

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What is it?

The award winning Positive Vision Day programme is based on a successful and proven methodology that we now use to train other executive coaches.

Ideal as a standalone or to kick-start a programme, there are 12 well-structured exercises designed to stimulate creative thinking and visioning. Set in the beautiful surroundings of Bath or Canterbury, they provide a refreshing environment, a different perspective and an enjoyable yet profound experience.

Who is it for?

The programme is perfect for any senior level executive keen to vision their entire career, role in the company, or the year ahead for a new project. It gives senior leaders a chance to crystallise their vision going forward.

It’s particularly good for people who are at crossroads, have lost their energy or confidence, or need a high-impact intervention. It’s also perfect for those who cannot commit to a long-term coaching programme.

How does it work?

We ask clients to first complete some pre-work in the form of stimulus questions and an online strengths questionnaire. You then arrive at your chosen destination in Bath or Canterbury to work 1-to-1 with your coach for the Positive Vision Day.

Based on Positive Psychology, the day covers 12 unique exercises, from creative and outdoors, to practical and thought provoking. The morning is spent on visioning techniques and generative exercises, while the afternoon is focused on strength-based action planning to fulfil your vision.

Six weeks after the Positive Vision Day, you will have a one-hour follow-up call.

What will I get out of it?

The most typical feedback we hear is that people leave feeling turbo-charged and energised. It will give you a chance to focus on your future and clarity on where you’re heading. This focus creates meaning and purpose, and helps you to prioritise goal setting and decision making.

Which coach?

Fiona Parashar – Bath

Sharon Charlton-Thomson – Bath

Mia Kennedy – Canterbury

“Little did I know that when I took the train this morning from London I would arrive in Narnia. Well it was really Bath. But what an amazing transformation it was.

I spent the day sitting by a window, overlooking the snow, seeing a red robin land and dart off, dialoguing with you, visioning, dreaming, planning about me and my life. I imagined my 80th birthday celebration and looked back at each decade – imagining the details, the feelings, the accomplishments. I walked through the woods and talked about the three highs and three low points of my life, all through the lens of naming my core values.

I planned my career. Talked about privilege and power. Celebrated my strengths.

Named my fears. I prayed. I actually prayed for the first time in years. All of a sudden it was a hint of spring in Narnia. And I returned from Narnia, a prince of Adam. The wardrobe will never be the same. What an investment in myself, what a gift. What a life I have to lead. Thank you. Thank you Fiona.”

JAMES D LYNCH, SENIOR VP, INTEL