Juliet Landau-Pope, MA (Oxon), CPCC, PGCertAP, FHEA, FRSA

London, N3 07817833319 07817833319
London, N3
07817833319 07817833319

About me

Are you overwhelmed by too much to do? Struggling with procrastination or perfectionism? Or stressed by exams because you're not sure HOW to get organised and revise?

As a certified coach and professional organiser, I help busy people to focus on what matters most by learning to plan and prioritise. I share practical strategies to improve time management and organising skills which boost productivity, confidence and motivation.

Whether there are too many things in your home, too many commitments in your diary, or perhaps too many thoughts crowding your mind, the results can be stressful. That's why I define clutter as whatever's getting in the way - in your home or in your head.

Whether your clutter is material or metaphorical, I'll help you to shift habits as well as surplus stuff. My approach is positive, purposeful and practical with an emphasis on empowering you to make decisions and create lasting changes.

I also devise and lead innovative training for personal and professional development.

Services include:

* Life coaching by phone/zoom or in person in NW London

* Study skills coaching for students of all ages and professional trainees

* Workshops and talks in community or corporate settings

* Decluttering and organising in your home or workplace

* Clutter coaching groups to share practical strategies and support

I've run coaching sessions at Debenhams, led a Guardian Masterclass, and presented at talks at Google, Grand Designs, the Office Show, Ideal Home Show, Sony Studios, the National Film & Television School, Octavia Housing, Barclays Bank, Nurturing Mums, Women's Institute, David Lloyd, Champneys'. I'm a regular presenter at Limmud conferences in the UK and Netherlands, and devise staff development workshops at the Open University. I've also run training for APDO Association of Professional Declutterers & Organisers, POC Professional Organizers of Canada and NBPO (Netherlands). Most recently, I've devised and led a teleclass for ICD Institute for Challenging Disorganization.

I'm fully insured with Westminster Indemnity, registered for data protection and hold an enhanced DBS (formerly CRB) certificate. Full confidentiality assured at all times.

Training, qualifications & experience

I'm a certified professional co-active coach (CPCC), trained with the Coaches Training Institute (CTI UK), and abide by the code of ethics of the International Coach Federation. I'm also a leading member of APDO Association of Professional Declutterers & Organisers, and lead the 1st UK training courses for professional organisers.

I worked in adult education for more than 20 years, as a university lecturer in social sciences, coach, writer, editor, mentor and study skills consultant. I graduated from Oxford University with a degree in politics, philosophy and economics, and completed a postgraduate teaching qualification at the Open University.

I've run my own coaching practice in London for over 12 years, coaching individuals and leading training in corporate and communal settings.

I've written 2 books: Being More Productive (2017) and Clearing Your Clutter (2018). I'm regularly featured in local and national media, and am available to contribute to media/PR campaigns.

Other areas of coaching I deal with

Time management
Study skills
Exam anxiety
Revision skills

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Life Coaching or Study Skills Coaching
My fees for coaching are ££75.00 per hour by phone/skype.
I offer a free 20-minute consultation by phone.

Workshops and training on topics relating to time management and productivity
Please contact me for details.

Further information

I've contributed to several publications, including:

Interviews and features include:

* Happiful magazine (May 2018)
* The Guardian (Jan 2017)
* Evening Standard (Jan 2017)
* The Guardian (Feb 2016)
* Top Sante magazine (August 2015)
* Woman & Home magazine (August 2015)
* Psychologies magazine (March 2015)
* The Telegraph magazine (January 2015)
* Simple Things magazine
* Healthy magazine (August 2014)
* The Guardian Saturday magazine (28 March 2014) http://bit.ly/1rFWV48
* The Times, Bricks and Mortar property supplement
* Brand Eins (Berlin)
* Das Magazin (Zurich)

For details, please see my website: www.jlpcoach.com

Type of session

Online life coaching
Telephone life coaching
Face to face life coaching
Home visits

Practical details

Sign language Unspecified
Other languages None


Wheelchair user access

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You can contact the life coach to discuss the options available.

Under the Equality Act 2010 service providers have a duty to make reasonable adjustments to ensure that individuals with disabilities can access their service. You can read more about reasonable adjustments to help you to access services on the CAB website.

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Juliet Landau-Pope, MA (Oxon), CPCC, PGCertAP, FHEA, FRSA

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