Free Coaching Call with Viv Grant
An opportunity to experience the benefits of coaching, how it could support you in your role and see whether it’s right for you in a Free Coaching call with Viv Grant.
There are currently slots available for “Coaching for the Soul” Calls over the coming weeks. To schedule a call with Viv, please fill in the form found below.
If you would be interested in having a Free Coaching Call with Viv, please complete the form below…
“ A Coaching Call with Viv offers you a safe and confidential space to talk openly and honestly about the challenges you’re facing and find meaningful solutions for overcoming them.”
When you’re at school, all eyes are on you, all the time. You have to keep that mask on, to stay armoured up and keep a check on your emotions, sometimes just to get through the day. But what so many people forget is that you’re still there underneath the mask.
You have feelings and emotions just like the rest of us. So it’s important you have a space where you can share your thoughts, worries, concerns and find solutions to issues of key importance to you and your school – and get back in touch with the person inside.
If you feel you’d benefit from some time out for yourself, to reflect on the term so far, explore how you’re feeling or simply talk through what you’re facing, then I’m now offering a FREE Coaching calls for all school leaders to allow you to do just this.
That’s why I offer these 30 minute confidential and “no strings attached” coaching calls that are designed to allow you the time and space to connect back with what drives you as a leader, consider the ways in which you have been leading and find solutions to challenges you’re experiencing.
In the last 12 months, I’ve seen first-hand the wonderful impact that these calls can have on leaders and how they have the power to help Heads…
– Find new inspiration to keep going towards their vision
– Achieve a greater sense of clarity in their situation
– Identify meaningful next steps to move themselves and their school forward
“Viv helped me reflect on why I do the things that I do, in the way that I do them. In doing so, she was able to bring me back to what motivated me to do this job in the first place.”
“Viv’s vast experience enabled her to analyse our discussions and get to the nuts and bolts of the situation very quickly”
“It was just such a wonderful relief to be able to speak honestly without being judged, knowing that I could examine my own thoughts out loud and not get into trouble for doing so.”
What would I get from a
Free Coaching Call with Viv?
Your call will be treated with the utmost confidentiality, so you can let your mask down without fear of judgement
Identify the steps that you can take to bring about positive change
The emotional care and support to help you overcome whatever issues you’re facing
Create a sense of clarity about what you really want out of your life as a school leader
About Viv Grant
Viv has been in the education profession for over twenty five years. She is a former primary head teacher and seventeen years ago was one of the youngest heads in the country to turn around a failing primary school.
She has been a lead trainer and consultant for a number of educational training bodies, including the Department for Education, the National College,The London Centre for Leadership in Learning at the Institute of Education and the NUT. She was a contributing author to the 2011 publication Mentoring and Coaching in schools and in 2014 published her first book, “Staying A Head: The Stress Management Secrets of Successful School Leaders.”
She has written for the Guardian and appeared on TV, BBC Radio London and BBC Radio 4 Woman’s hour, talking about her work and the role coaching plays in helping school leaders to excel.
Now as an Executive Coach and Director of Integrity Coaching, Viv works daily with others who have taken on the mantle of school leadership. As a result, Viv understands more than most what it takes for school leaders to overcome the often deep, hidden, inner struggles of school leadership and to succeed in fulfilling their vision for themselves and their schools.