We work in an extroverted world. Success linked to charisma and confidence. Many introverts feel they don’t fit in. This can be costly both to the individual and organisations. Mental health and well being can suffer and introverts that are not fully engaged at work are operating at less than their full potential.
There is a solution. Introverts that recognise and use their strengths become empowered to perform better, increase their levels of well being and achieve improved satisfaction from life. This is good for everyone and for business.
‘When wellbeing comes from engaging our strengths and virtues, our lives are imbued with authenticity‘ Martin SeligmanLearn More
Growing up in an extroverted world can blur confidence, self-belief and steer many introverts away from their true selves.
In my customised coaching I help introverts recover insights into their unique strengths and support them to design practical strategies to move forward.
Understanding the story of introversion is a great basis for any introvert to gain clarity on their own personality.
A beginning step on embracing your introversion is to take one of my online courses which covers what introversion is and how it might be impacting your life and career.
Individualised coaching to target specific areas can then follow.
An engaged workforce is one where everyone feels like they belong and feels comfortable at work. This is not just beneficial for individual wellbeing but for productivity and performance.
My interactive corporate workshops can be delivered online or in person and can be broad in content or targeted for specific outcomes such as team building or leadership.
Aoife made me feel understood and displayed empathy that made me feel like I could trust her straight away.
It is very easy to relate to you and feel safe to open up and accept challenging questions. You made me feel at ease and supported me while being focussed on goals and possible outcomes.
I am buzzing from our coaching session today and feel I can finally see a way forward.
I had the pleasure of collaborating with Aoife on an online seminar. The topic of introversion was new to a lot of people but it really hit home. Aoife’s calm style and knowledge carried through and connected to so many. It gave introverts insights into themselves. It gave extroverts greater understanding of others, rather than considering that there was something ‘wrong’ with their friends, family or colleagues. One man in his forties said to me several time since, ‘Gemma, that session changed my life. I think about it so often’. I think that says it all.