The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honours the servant and has forgotten the gift.
As you progress through your career, it is important to make sense of your experience, own your talent and focus your efforts towards becoming a happier person, whatever your job entails.
Coaching can support individuals with performance-related issues, as well as career changes or transitions that have an impact on their wellbeing. A coaching contract usually takes place within a defined period of time and a limited number of sessions, as its very own nature is solution-focussed.
I trained in Performance Coaching and Psychological Coaching at the Centre for Coaching in London. I subsequently specialised in a Person-Centred, Systemic approach through the Satir Global Network Training Centre. I combine quite a vast range of techniques in my practice, integrating tools and evidence-based models, consistently with the coaching objectives and the personal preferences of my client.
I am a Satir Coaching and Mentoring Specialist Coach and Trainer (click here to find out more). I regularly undergo supervision with a Senior Coaching Supervisor, as well as attending professional Peer Coaching Groups and CPD webinars and courses.
As a member of the Association for Coaching, I abide by their code of ethics (you can find more info here ).
I am also an Associate Member of The International Society for Coaching Psychology and a member of the Special Group in Coaching Psychology within the British Psychological Society.
Exec Director, Hospitality
“Gabriele helped me figure out that I could have stayed locked in the past, thinking of what “I could have done if…”. Or be brave and gain a new perspective. I started to be aware that life can only be found in the present moment, so I changed my purpose.”
SALES DIRECTOR, MEDIA
"Gab is a really insightful coach. He's got a great ability to listen to what you are saying, spot underlying themes and patterns, and help you to formulate plans to take the next step."