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TimestampNameHow are our coaching sessions useful and beneficial to you?What could I do that would make your sessions even more useful?Is there anything I could stop doing or change in our sessions?On a scale of 1-10, how likely would you recommend me to someone you know (Net Promoter Score)?Testimonial:Are you comfortable with me sharing a link to this feedback publicly?
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8/25/2021 10:23:13Hannah AldersonThe sessions began at a time when i was in a muddled place
I liked that the sessions were somewhat free flowing to attack any particular issue I was having at that time.
the book / literature recommendations have been fantastic
maybe a push even further into the geeky stuff around the core psychology - to maybe line up some theoretical pieces off the back of the session we had before - really enjoy it quite hard to say as i've never had coaching before 10I have thoroughly enjoyed my sessions with Richard, they have been incredibly engaging, thought provoking and insightful.

Through decision making, public speaking and management challenges we covered it all.

I have founds Richards passion for what he does infectious and loved exploring the literature, books and theoretical pieces that underpinned it all .

The guidance has helped me with my confidence as I prepared to step up into a bigger role, proving that you can reap the benefits from executive coaching at any age.

Hannah, Associate Director at Twenty Group
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10/29/2021 17:46:20Sarunas SaulisThey broaden, and challenge my perspective, particularly because it's easier to step back, and take a broader look at your own situation whilst analysing it with somebody from outside of the organisation. They also help both generate new, and crystalise existing ideas.Not sure whether this would really work or not, but it might worth trying to add some very lightweight structure. I.e. maybe just adding a very brief, top level recap of main topics and points from last few sessions, or something similar.Don't think so, there's nothing that really comes to mind.10I started coaching sessions with Richard in order to accelerate development of my leadership skills
in a rapidly growing tech company.

From the start, these sessions have been incredibly useful to me - they helped me better understand
how to deal with the constantly changing, and always complex tech scaleup environment, how to change
my thinking in different problem spaces, and crucially, how to get better at collaborating with
people around me.

The best part about all that, is that Richard runs these sessions by constantly challenging and
questioning my thinking, whilst managing to do that in a respectful and insightful way, which makes
these sessions really engaging and interesting.

Sarunas Saulis, Head of DevOps, Beauhurst
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11/3/2021 9:07:34Eduardo GomezMy coaching sessions with Rich challenge me to build my own capabilities for solving both strategic and day-to-day problems. Rich has an innate ability to ask the right questions at the right times, which has only improved with additional context on my strengths, weaknesses, and wider business environment. While his style predominantly revolves around the "coach approach", Rich is well-read, experienced and opinionated, and isn't afraid to share his own thoughts when asked of him.While I greatly value the flexibility of being able to come into the session with a blank slate and ability to tackle any problems, I think the sessions could benefit from a bit more structure. For example, one of the things I really like that Rich does is send me notes from the session after our calls, but it would be great to have a living, shared Notion document of sorts where I can centralise and look back on them as a whole. Similarly, I'd like Rich to have a longer-term approach and hold me accountable for the goals I've set and the areas I said I'd like to develop.Nothing to stop doing; perhaps things to consider starting such as a shared Notion document where we can centralise notes and have a single source of truth for long-term objectives.9My coaching sessions with Rich challenge me to build my own capabilities for solving both strategic and day-to-day problems. Rich has an innate ability to ask the right questions at the right times, which has only improved with additional context on my strengths, weaknesses, and wider business environment. While his style predominantly revolves around the "coach approach", Rich is well-read, experienced and opinionated, and isn't afraid to share his own thoughts when asked of him.

Ultimately, I find one of the most important aspects of coaches is the relationship you develop with them. Rich's empathy and humour makes creates an environment where you feel comfortable being vulnerable and self-aware. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend Rich to other business leaders looking to grow and develop in their careers.

Eduardo Gomez, Co-Founder at Emitwise
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12/3/2021 19:26:49Jo SaxbyVery helpful space to reflect on current challenges and priorities, and to work through specific problemsPerhaps remind me of problems/learnings from previous sessions to check whether they're fully solved and/or to remind and make sure that they're still being dealt with. Also don't hold back from challenging me more :)Nope - all good9[Yes I def can do if you ever need/want for anything!]

Jo Saxby, Chief Operating Officer, Beauhurst
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12/22/2021 12:21:42Georgia BrownAs a new manager and team leader, the sessions have been really valuable in guiding me through new territory, as well as reassuring me the challenges I face have been faced by many people in similar situations to me. The questions I have been asked have opened up new perspectives and have shaped how I have tackled certain scenarios. I also appreciate how we work through problems together, rather than simply being told what to do. Now that we've started a shared document to log our sessions, I'm not sure I can think of anything elseNope!10My sessions with Richard have been eye opening, engaging and informative. I have gained confidence in my management and leadership skills, and have enjoyed the process of unpicking problems together, rather than simply being given an answer or generic advice.

Georgia Brown, Client Services Manager, Beauhurst
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1/2/2022 12:27:12Amanda GreenThe sessions give me a dedicated space to come and talk about things that are worrying me, what I'm struggling with or issues that I can't really voice with anyone else in my life. They help me to reflect on what's happening (mainly at work) and make sense of the fast pace of how things are changing. There is usually a point towards the end when I've got everything out and you ask some question or help move on from whatever I came to talk about that day. I've found that the final part of the session is often the most useful in moving my thought process on and being able to think about the topics in-between sessions.Feel free to either interrupt me or ask a question that will move the conversation on from where we're at. I can get very into thinking deeply about a particular thing (and I suspect you are sometimes also interested in that). Since I've often come to the sessions because I feel stuck trying to work through it by myself, it's usually the moving forwards that is most helpful rather than exploring a thought more deeply. Having said that, of course it all depends on what we're talking about so a balance of both is still always welcome!Can't think of anything8Richard's sessions give me a dedicated space to come and talk about things that are worrying me, what I'm struggling with or issues that I can't really voice with anyone else in my life. His coaching style is conversational and non-directive, which helps to cover a lot of ground in a short space of time. Richard is very adaptable to coaching on a range of topics in the leadership arena, as well as other aspects of professional and personal development which is why I've found it useful to work with him across a range of different roles and career moves.

Amanda Green, Head of Operations, Unitary
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1/4/2022 16:50:36Dave McGaheyOur coaching sessions are particularly useful to me in that they are an opportunity for me to take my head out of the weeds and talk through the bigger picture regarding my professional future.
I am incredibly wrapped up in the world of our business that I have found our sessions a really useful opportunity to look at myself in the context of the wider professional environment.
I'm not that well networked with regards to coaches, mentors, or experts if there are ever any individuals you think I should meet from a professional perspective I would be all ears!There isn't anything I would stop or change at the moment aside from having more in person which I know we would do if we could!10Coaching with Richard has been great! Since the start, our sessions have been incredibly insightful for me. Richard has an amazing ability in drawing out helpful insight from our conversations and how I can use this to maximise my potential.

Dave McGahey, Director & Head of Talent, Upside
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3/21/2022 16:21:37AnonymousFound you a great, objective sounding board during stressful and chaotic times.Maybe holding me to account more on the agenda for a session (though I know this is a tricky one as you were also trying to give me a platform to discuss what was on my mind and useful for that moment, which I found really helpful!)See above8Richard is an extremely empathetic, calm and thoughtful coach who was great to have as a sounding board, during stressful and chaotic times. Richard hits a great balance between empathy and also challenging his clients, and I learned a lot about myself through our sessions together. I'd happily work with Richard again!Yes, without my name and title (anonymous)
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