You have goals, objectives, dreams, ambitions, a vision for yourself. Start now. There is no time like now.

Start now. 

There is no time like now.

As leaders in today's world of work, we know we need to meet complex challenges and emergent opportunities with awareness, agility, creativity, resilience and so much more. 


Coaching is by far the most effective method to support you to develop your ability to lead yourself and your people effectively through transforming your inner world and shifting how you see yourself, others and what's going on in the world. 

Develop your self-awareness, self-knowledge and self-mastery, maximise your full potential and realise your dreams, no matter how big and bold they may be. 

Executive & Conscious Leadership Coaching

Coaching is for you if you're an executive, leader, entrepreneur, c-suite or board member and know the time is right to bring about the changes you desire. 

  • Develop your self-awareness and operate from a place of authenticity and integrity, rooted in your values and purpose
  • Successfully navigate new challenges, change and ambiguity and develop your ability to be resilient
  • Challenge your thinking, reveal any blind spots that may be holding you back, broaden your perspective and develop your insight and intuition
  • Lead from a place of empathy, inclusivity and connection and harness the diverse talent in your people and all of your stakeholders
  • Develop your curiosity, creativity and innovative thinking and action
  • Take full responsibility for your growth and development as a conscious leader - today and well into the future.

Any questions or queries? Explore our FAQ's

Word of Mouth

Through Louise's conscious leadership process, which is so meticulous, I have my 'mojo' back and my business is completely inspiring and fulfilling.

Queen Ramotsehoa


Louise took me on the amazing journey of developing myself, which then cascaded into developing the Finance Team as a whole.

Shane Budd


Louise has the uncanny knack of knowing exactly where to go in a session... she combines intuition and expertise in the most powerful of ways.

Gina Hayden


Frequently Asked Questions

Who is Coaching for?

Executives, leaders, entrepreneurs, business owners and people at c-suite and board levels who want to develop themselves as leaders and business people. If you're looking for career coaching, you'll find it here.

Are coaching sessions held online?

Yes, all coaching sessions are held online using Zoom or a similar platform. 

Is coaching confidential?

Absolutely. Coaching sessions are 100% confidential and are not recorded. Louise abides by the International Coaching Federation (ICF) Code of Ethics

How long is a coaching session and how often are they held?

Coaching sessions are 60-minutes each and are typically held in three Phases. Phase 1 is one session per week for six to eight-weeks, Phase 2 is one session every two weeks and Phase three is one session every three to four weeks. 

How do I decide on how many Phases I need?

Book a time to have a conversation with Louise - she will be able to advise you on the Phases of coaching and more importantly, you'll have an opportunity to to explore what you want to achieve through coaching.

Do I need to prepare for my coaching sessions?

Coaching is always more effective when you have a purpose in mind. Take some time to think about what you want to get out of the sessions and focus on the outcomes you want to achieve. A tip here: don't worry about the how for the time being!

Can I reschedule one or more of my sessions?

Yes, as long as you provide Louise with a minimum of 24-hours notice, you may reschedule.

Can I purchase coaching for my organisation?

Yes, Louise works with leadership teams and organisations across the sectors. You can explore Leadership Team Coaching or get in touch with her for more information.

What does it take to lead in today’s emergent world of work?

Leadership, very simply, is why people choose to follow one another in the context of what’s going on in our world at the time. 

So, what leadership ‘personality traits’ or qualities correspond to the business, societal and environmental conditions we’re all facing in the immediate future and beyond? Who would you follow? What are you doing that would inspire others to follow you?

Over the couple of years, the traits we’ve identified as being fundamental to being a successful leader have shifted. The war cries for “hustle, grit and grind”, which were so loud before the pandemic have quietened somewhat. And it's no surprise. Our context has changed. We’ve been on a rollercoaster ride, journeying through a foreign landscape, needing a different array of skills and a fresh new mindset and perspective.

We’ve learned much about ourselves. We’ve dug deep to unearth and hone strengths we might not have used much — and become conscious of blind spots we could not previously have begun to fathom. Ours and other people's mental and emotional health have been front of mind and we’ve normalised talking about how we feel in the workplace.

We’ve also heard much about how we need to be more innovative, resilient, agile, empathetic, compassionate, inclusive, courageous, collaborative and so much more. All well and good if these come naturally to you, but, can you and I really get better at doing this stuff? Can we be more of these things?

The simple answer is yes — and we have some great research to prove it. Behavioural science-based organisations have been hard at work measuring how our personalities might have changed over the course of the pandemic. In one study from Lumina Learning in association with Henley Business School in the UK, CEO’s from across the sectors, around the world have become more ‘people focused’ (accommodating, collaborative and empathetic) with more open access to those they lead.

There is also a collection of mental models or our "lenses on the world", which, when developed, will help us navigate the future better. Sensemaking, futures thinking, complexity, critical thinking and systems thinking all spring to mind. And there are no shortages of organisations to help us to be ‘lifelong learners’.

At the heart of our ability to change is a desire or a need to do so. Coaching is by far the quickest, most effective way of developing ourselves to be the people and leaders we know we are capable of being, today and into the future.