So what is Coaching?

“Coaching is about enabling individuals to make conscious decisions and empowering them to become leaders in their own lives” (Wise 2010)

“Unlocking a person’s potential to maximize their own performance.  It is helping them to learn rather than teaching them” (Whitmore 2003)

“A collaborative, solution focused, result-orientated and systematic process in which the coach facilitates the enhancement of work performance, life experience, self-directed learning and person growth of the coachee”  (Grant 1999)

“Coaching is an amazing journey of self discovery. Where the Coach facilitates the right conditions and environment for the Coachee. Resulting in the growth & empowerment of an individual or organisation through self belief and positivity.” (Akhtar 2015)

Resonate Success  specialises in Performance Coaching, Life Coaching and Training. Sadaf Akhtar is a qualified Performance & Life Coach. She is a member of the NCP and the ICP. Her vision is clear, and is the fuel for facilitating success through Resonate Success.

Sadaf is passionate about helping people. Working with that ‘unconditional positive regard’ to initiate transformation. Working towards the Clients goal and working with the Client to transform those thoughts into reality. Providing a positive environment to enable positive outcomes.

There are no rules here – We are trying to accomplish something

Thomas A. Edison

Her expertise lies in  empowering women, motivating and addressing women’s issues which lead to positive outcomes. She is also a qualified Trainer having supported a range of individuals & organisations through the provision of Spiritual Coaching & Bereavement.

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Flexible Schedule

I understand how busy life can be so I am happy to work together to fit within your schedule.

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