Promoting growth in coaching

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What We Do

The Coach Zone works with coaches who are at any stage of their coaching journey. We provide a safe and confidential space for individual and team growth.


Our Approach

Our offering and approach is driven by the need of our industry to promote great coaching through expression, practice and reflection. It could be that you join a regular co-coaching group, or enter into one of our supervision programmes. Whichever, you are assured of great outcomes and great challenge.


Our Mission

Our coaching clients put us in a privileged position. They invite us into their complex world, sometimes with joy, and sometimes with tears. We believe that we can work toward mastery, but will be eternal learners. We desire to hold this space for our learners as we transition through challenges with them and enhance our coaching clients lives.


Promoting Great Coaching

Spun out of Wheresmylunch as a separate market offering, The Coach Zone do one thing – we promote great coaching.

Our Writing

The 5% coaching model – achieve the impossible

We all have stuff that appears impossible - right? Stuff which is just that bit too far to achieve, or a bit too ambitious that we can't possibly achieve it. In corporate, we had this saying that this was a stretch goal. In reality, stretch goals were not really the...

6 Easy Ways To Use The Wow Factor With Your Coaching Clients

How do you create a long-lasting relationship with clients that adds value for both you and them? Simples - Add the wow factor to your coaching business. What’s the Wow Factor mean? When you wow a client, it means you’ve exceeded their expectations. Your service...

Exercise : Motivation

Exercise : Motivation Personal Details First Name Last Name * Email Analysis Write down the name of your goal and answer the questions. Think about the questions and answer honestly. Name of Project/Goal * What feelings come up when I think about achieving this goal?...

Exercise : When do you stop?

A short exercise to explore which helps you understand when you give up, stop or lose interest in a project. This post is only available to members.

A Difficult Day

"Today was a Difficult Day," said Pooh. There was a pause. "Do you want to talk about it?" asked Piglet. "No," said Pooh after a bit. "No, I don't think I do." "That's okay," said Piglet, and he came and sat beside his friend. "What are you doing?" asked Pooh....

Managing your expectations

We all have expectations about how a situation should go or how a person will react. It is part of who we are. However, when expectations do not fit reality, we become frustrated, angry, or depressed. For example, maybe you planned a romantic dinner for your partner’s...

Improving your remote working skills

The past few years have seen many jobs move to a remote working situations. Experts think that it is here to stay in one form or another. If you want to be part of the new workforce, you will have to get used to it. There are plenty of benefits to working remotely, so...

4 Top Tips on Meditation and Why We Need to Do It

Living in today’s fast-moving world is challenging, could meditation help? Some of us continuously juggle multiple priorities and pressures – some enforced on us by others, some that we self-impose. Few of us know what it...

Making Decisions : The Decision Tree

Decision trees are tools used by people to help them make confident decisions. It helps them layout several alternatives in a tree-like format. They can see most, if not all, of the decisions available and can even set a rating on each choice. The concept of a...

9 Powerful Tips to Solve the Procrastination Puzzle

Picture the scene; there is a job that needs to be done – and you are not getting round to it. Could procrastination be the cause? There is always a reason you aren’t settling, which means that you divert your energies to...

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Coaching Supervision

Coaching Supervision is a must-have for the professional coach of today. Coaching supervision allows time for a coach to explore their own coaching perspectives. We offer not coaching supervision as a 1 to 1 offering on Zoom

Coaching Development

It is tricky in today’s workplace to maintain a level where we can develop and grow. When we are holding this space for our clients, this can be even more tricky. Imagine then, if you had the opportunity to regularly meetup in a facilitated and supervisory environment with a stable cohort of other coaches. Imagine the conversations, the explorations and the development that you could achieve.

Success Stories

What I have taken from the group is the real power of the collective. Simon provides a perfect environment for this and is extremely generous in what he shares. In role modelling generosity he has led the group in ‘its’ generosity. We are able to challenge and support to grow as individuals and as a group

Executive Coach

As an experienced Exec Coach, I was keen to refresh my skills in terms of techniques. I was also seeking the opportunity to be involved in collaborative supervision.

I am achieving so much more. We have quickly developed a fabulous support network where we gladly share and learn from each other. Spending quality time with people who share the same belief and passion for coaching and its benefits has been food for my soul. I am also learning great techniques for group coaching thanks to Simon’s magnificent skills.

Executive Coach

“I have known Simon for well over 10 years now and throughout that time I’ve benefited a huge amount from his tremendous knowledge and experience in the coaching space. I admire his passion as a coach and his generosity to share and engage other coaches in their growth and development. Most recently I’ve invested in Simon’s supervision group and enjoyed great value from each meeting. Some of the skills I respect the most in Simon’s supervision, are his ability to empathise and encourage, be silent and allow each person space, yet challenge and enable deep insight and learning. I would highly recommend anybody to work with Simon either as a coach or supervisor.

Executive Coach

Our Office

Solihull, UK

Contact Us

+44 (0) 121 794 1498

Office Hours

Mon-Fri: 9am – 5pm
Sat-Sun: Closed

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