A mid-life career change led a professional client to study law at the Bar, London. Nicolette coached to ensure succession into a critical high profiled role.
His poor professional image and lack of confidence in public speaking placed him in an unfavourable position in comparison with his peers. Nicolette was asked to develop a confident personal image, self-belief and the communication skills that would outshine his competitors.
Nicolette worked on the physical aspects of presentation, stage presence and articulation to ensure that the message had impact. Self-knowledge input was used to identify the root fear of public speaking. The barrister worked to develop a fine tuned interpersonal style. There is good research
to show that senior executives who work to raise their game in developing new ways of using their emotional intelligence improve their social interaction and business performance.
- The client has achieved high respect within his new profession as a Barrister.
- He is able to fuse the personal and professional aspects of presentation and consistently creates key message delivery.
- He has a communication style that is compelling, unique and inimitable.