Coaching Connect the online community for life coaches
Why Coaching Connect?
Leadership coaches, Liz Scott and Stuart Newberry, developed Coaching Connect for the coaching community in the South West. It all started when Liz and Stuart organised an informal networking day for their fellow coaches. They initially only expected a dozen to arrive and so were astonished when over forty people turned up. The next event was also a sell out. It quickly became apparent that life coaches loved meeting and sharing their skills with other coaches. The Coaching Connect website is the ?virtual? meeting place for coaches on the internet. Borne from the original networking day this website is for coaches to share and network with each other.

What we do
Coaching Connect is a website connecting coaches across the South West. This is your opportunity to promote your event or business. Stay informed of the best courses and news from the world of life coaching. Here at Coaching Connect life coaches share techniques, experience and knowledge. We connect Life Coaches and provide a free hub of information to help you and your business develop and thrive. Keep your eyes peeled for Coaching Connect development days. These value-for-money days are for coaches to meet, network and share expertise face to face.

Who?s behind Coaching Connect?
Liz Scott started out as a BBC reporter and became passionate about coaching when she realised its potential. Starting her Coaching Business in 2005 (Liz Scott Coaching) she soon found herself coaching leaders. Her clients include the police, headteachers and senior managers. She?s an excellent facilitator, working in a variety of sectors and with various teams and groups. Liz has a diploma in Life, Business and Executive Coaching. She is also an NLP Master Practioner and has trained with Landmark Education on their Curriculum for Living.

Stuart Newberry had a career in the police, mainly investigating major crime as a senior investigating officer. When he retired in 2005 as a Detective Superintendent he took up a 2 year post with Devon and Cornwall Police in charge of the team reviewing unsolved major crime investigations. At the same time he trained as a coach and as well as coaching individual clients both in the police and in business he is developing the Peninsula Coaching Foundation with others, which aspires to delivering coaching for young people in the South West. Stuart also facilitates events for organisations using Open Space Technology.

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