Natalie speaks on variety of topics…
When Natalie speaks, she shares her wisdom, understanding and support.
She is really invested in your development and helps you take practical steps to make choices about how you live day to day with a clear understanding of the consequences.
This is in contrast to living in an unreflective way with unexamined habits, values and purpose that may no longer be serving you.
Her knowledge, creativity and enthusiasm enable you to boost your motivation and distil your thoughts.
Alternative perspectives, opportunities and ways forward take shape during the sessions and for a long time after it.
Speaker | orator | motivator
Natalie gives lectures and workshops around the UK and internationally to help people manage the emotional and practical journey of their work.
She teaches the existential psychology behind the Eight tensions for Smart Self-Care.
She helps delegates take stock of their work and general life, so that they can make active, practical decisions in the direction in which they want to move towards. She guides delegates in optimising their emotional state and helps them get into peak mental performance, so that the greatest asset of their work – themselves – can be reinvigorated and their energy sustained.
Natalie was an excellent presenter and made us feel comfortable so interaction was easy. This course should be mandatory for all students!!
Please feel free to contact me if you’d like to schedule a talk or discuss a customised presentation.
The Coaching Psychology Pod
This podcast is brought to you by the Division of Coaching Psychology, part of the British Psychological Society. We unpack Coaching Psychology and will help you take a thoughtful and considered approach to your coaching practice.
Every month, host, Dr Natalie Lancer, Chartered Psychologist and Secretary of the Division of Coaching Psychology, brings you a conversation with a panel of selected experts where we talk about specialised coaching topics that will directly impact your work as a coach.
As you are listening, to find out more, head to the Division of Coaching Psychology’s webpage on the British Psychological Society’s website.
We would love to hear your thoughts and reflections on the podcast. Please email us at email@example.com
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