An interaction with a brilliant coach in her early career was what set Jackee Holder on her journey to becoming a coach. The mix of questions, and the quality of her listening and presence took her breath away. She realised she wanted to be that person for others. Here, she shares her own coaching path
Since embarking on my coaching career, I’ve worked with an incredible array of clients. They include high-performing creative leaders, those seeking purpose and meaning, women and racially diverse executives, as well as emerging leaders yet to hone their leadership style.
As a coach, I am creative, intuitive and ‘in the moment’, known for being funny yet thought-provoking.
I promote emotional, psychological and emotional wellbeing, and advocate and champion the therapeutic benefits of journaling as a self-directed wellbeing practice – inspired by nature, trees and working outside.
My favourite questions to ask my clients include ‘what would make you feel really great on the inside?’, ‘what would a wise ancient tree have to say?’, and ‘when have things been better – and what made the difference?’. These tend to open people’s minds to give deeper insights into themselves.
My clients have described my workshops as one of the best they’ve ever attended, a highlight of their leadership programme, and say ‘we just want more of you, Jackee!’
When not coaching, I love to ride my Green Goddess bike, and go for long walks along the Thames path in south west London. I also practice what I preach, and love journaling and reading.
Causes close to my heart include climate change, race equality, mental health and wellbeing talks.
Our diverse team is united by the values that underpin positive psychology. We’ve worked alongside each other for many years, drawing on a wealth of industry experience, skills, compassion and strength.
Together, we are committed to coaching leaders to realise their full potential. In the first instance, you will have an initial matching call with our Founder and CEO Fiona Parashar, who will determine you coaching needs – and the right coach for you.
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