Coaching can be delivered 1:1 or in small peer groups. We are funded via Access to Work, or brought in by Human Resources and Occupational Health to deliver coaching for people with neurodiverse conditions. You can find out more about the different ways we deliver coaching here:
an average 61% improvement in work performance, as rated by themselves and their supervisors.
25% of our coaching clients are promoted within one year!
We focus on the topics such as time management, memory and organisation, and try to involve line managers in helping set goals, so that we know the difference will improve job sustainability.
We don’t ‘teach’, we ask questions, encourage practice of strategies and help identify things that are working well. Every coaching program is specific to the individual.
If you have an Access to Work report, you can ask us to deliver even if we aren’t on your supplier list, we are approved UK wide.
More information on how research informs our coaching practice.
Is coaching an effective adjustment for Dyslexic adults? Doyle and McDowall, 2015
Managing Neurodiversity at work – Doyle 2018
Improving cognitive functions and self-efficacy in adults – Doyle and McDowall, 2019