Who are Our Clients?
We are privileged to be working with some of the most well known companies in the world and we don’t take this lightly! Our clients engage with us in a number of ways; we coach them to become even better leaders that they are today, we coach them to drive profitable business growth, we work with them to create coaching cultures with organisations, we train them to be accredited coaches or give them the skills to use a coaching approach in their everyday leadership style and we give them new tools and techniques to improve their coaching ability.
Our clients needs always come first and we’ll always go the extra mile to ensure we don't just satisfy them, we 'wow' them!
The types of clients we work with are:
"I have been impressed by the speed of reaction from Notion and also the excellent customer service they have displayed."
Between us our Coaches have worked with over 5,200 Businesses from all sectors of Business including:
- Engineering Companies
- Manufacturing Companies
- Events Companies
- Art, Design, Creative and Media companies
- Internet based companies
- Business Services
- Government Offices
- Construction Companies
- Football Clubs
- Mining & Oil Companies
- Travel & Tourism
- Professional Services: Consultancy Companies, Accountants, Solicitors
- Charities and other Not for Profit organisations
- Educational Organisations
- Enterprise Organisations
- Healthcare Companies and NHS Trusts
- Financial Services: High Street Banks, Wealth Mangers, Insurance Companies
Not for Profit Organisations
Public Sector Organisations
Start Up Entrepreneurs & SME Clients
Adrian Smith & Partners
Drake & Morgan
Sarah Wiseman Galleries
Broadland Catering Equipment
First Choice Interiors
Total Krav Maga
New Link Properties
Merit Badge & Regalia Company
RDI Management Learning
Something to think about
"Who exactly seeks out a coach? Winners who want even more out of life."
“Recent studies show business coaching and executive coaching to be the most effective means for achieving sustainable growth, change and development in the individual, group and organisation.”