Coaching, training and leadership development
We help individuals, leaders and organisations to create change through powerful conversations
If your team or organisation is struggling to support performance or development we can help you to transform the way you deliver this.
We offer coaching services and training programmes to give you the tools to lead improvement change.
We are experts in coaching and development. We turn solid, psychological principles into real-world change.
Pure Praxis coaching, training and change facilitation.
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your hosts and our mission to serve you…
We’re Rob and David and we’re committed coaches and self-developers.
Rob is a professional executive coach in the City of London, and the creator of the FLIP system - a unique tool for creating powerful conversations in short periods of time (as little as a few minutes).
David is a leader working in the public sector and we're both firmly committed to helping individuals and organisation to become the best they can be.
Whether it’s through our 1-to-1 coaching or our training programmes, we’ll work with you in your pursuit to take you or your organisation to the next level.
People like what we do! How do we know? Not only do they tell us, but they come back to us for more programmes.
Here's what previous programme attendees have said about their experience with us.
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Rob: +44 7958 670416
David: +44 7867 976338
Building the capability and identity of coaches through deliberate practice
praxis /ˈpræksɪs/ noun (pl) praxises, praxes(ˈpræksiːz)
the practice and practical side of a profession or field of study, as opposed to the theory