Based in Wilmington, DE in the United States, working anywhere in North America – especially in the New York to Washington, DC corridor, Paul is accredited in red10 One-to-One 9D Coaching
In addition, Paul is known for small team development and direction-setting workshops, and change management consulting.
Paul is passionate about developing individuals and teams to reach their potential.
Paul trained with the College of Executive Coaching and is accredited by the International Coaching Federation (ICF) – and follows the ICF Code of Ethics.
Paul uses Clifton StrengthsFinder®, VIA Character Strengths and Keirsey Temperament Sorter assessments to help clients gain awareness.
Paul is a husband, father of two wonderful kids, explorer of ideas about how our minds work, listener to vinyl records and supporter of Liverpool Football Club (chair of the Delaware Supporters Club).
Some more from Paul on his coaching:
- One of the defining moments for my practice was in 2014, coaching inside a large Pharmaceutical company. My daughter was diagnosed with a life threatening illness, and we decided that I should try to build my own practice. At the time, this allowed me to balance my clients with the time needed to support my family. Five years on, my daughter’s illness is in the past and my business has grown from a part time, family-friendly enterprise to the full time focused coaching business.
- One of my favorite experiences was with a business owner who came to me and asked me if I could help him create a Plan B that didn’t involve him running his company. Through a series of conversations, he was able to conclude that his Plan B could be arrived at by redefining his role in his company – focusing on his strengths, and engaging the strengths of his team to support him. This has been one of the factors in his company’s significant growth.
- One of the most useful concepts for my clients (and for me) is this conscious/unconscious competence/incompetence Learning model (Learning of course is at the base of our 9-Dimensions® framework):