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Natalie Trice, Career and Confidence Coach

Exeter, Devon, TQ14
07825615303 07825615303

About me

NATALIE TRICE IS AN AWARD WINNING COACH, AUTHOR AND UNIVERSITY LECTURER.

Named as one of top 50 Global Female Entrepreneurs To Watch in 2020 by ideamensch.com and listed as one of the top women in media by About Time Magazine in 2019, Natalie knows her stuff. Natalie is a fully qualified coach, a member of the Association for Coaching and is currently working towards ACC level ICF accreditation.

By blending her vast experience of working in top London agencies, at international broadcasters and running her own successful consultancy, with her formal coaching training and skills, Natalie works with PR, marketing and media professionals so they can create the confidence, career and life they want.

Natalie offers one to one coaching, group programmes, a membership as well as corporate packages.

At the heart of what Natalie does, is to work with clients so they can achieve their goals and start to thrive, and not just survive in their lives and careers.

Training, qualifications & experience

Completed a seven month, ICF framework training with the Kudzi Coach Academy: Coaching Diploma Certification Program.

This covered:

Module 1: Introduction to coaching
Module 2: GROW Model of Coaching
Module 3: Needs, values, beliefs and strengths
Module 4: DISC and personality profiling
Module 5: Transactional analysis and coaching
Module 6: Positive Psychology and coaching
Module 7: Neuroscience and coaching
Module 8: Your coaching methodology

Business coaching: Business coaching tools and techniques
Performance coaching: Resilience and performance coaching tools and techniques
Career coaching: Career coaching frameworks and tools
This program included 110 hours of compulsory student contact time including weekly tutorials, mentoring, feedback sessions and group support plus an additional 22 hours self directed study. As well as completing over 60 hours of coaching.

I am now working towards ACC ICF accreditation.

I am also a member of the Association for Coaching.

I am a mentor for graduates at Westminster University.

I am also a mental health first aid trainer, taking the course with MHFA England.org in August 2020.

Other areas of coaching I deal with

I am also a Visiting Lecturer at the University of Plymouth and Leeds University and PR Mentor at Westminster University, working with undergraduate and postgraduate students to help them not only understand the fundamentals of PR but also gain the confidence to go for the jobs they want, and get them.

Fees

Sessions start at £97 per hour and I also offer a three month one to one package to really go deep and work on real, sustainable changes.

For companies with marketing departments or a dedicated internal resource, I provide world class, tailor made PR training and coaching programmes and prices are on application.

Further information

I love autumn.

The air is fresh.

Apples are on the trees.

The sea is cool.

The notebooks are clear.

Even in the midst of a pandemic, there’s still hope and possibility glistening like spider webs in the morning dew.

I will be honest, I am excited about the rest of 2020.

The start of 2020 was a rollercoaster ride of COVID as clients dropped away, but it feels like the wind has calmed and the outlook is brighter.

Ideas and plans that weren’t even on the horizon this time last year are now bubbling to the surface and just waiting to come to fruition, and it’s really put a spring in my step.

As I look out of my office window this morning, look out across the Devon countryside, my mind is full of ideas and my new 2020-2021 is already packed with ideas and scribbles, artistic ones, of course!

Over the past few weeks I’ve had some incredible results for clients who have been struggling with showing up.

They felt out of their depth when it came to owning their space in the world and we did some really deep work to look at why that was.

  • Confidence.
  • Fear of rejection.
  • Imposter syndrome.
  • Fear of failure.
  • Fear of success!

There are all things that were coming up, but things that we worked on together so they could push past the pain and make progress.

So they could celebrate who they are and what they do.

And be visible and proud.

Visibility might seem like the word of the moment, but it’s something so many people struggle with.

And, for so many reasons.

If you are asking the world to look at you, there can be that little rascal on your shoulder saying, what’s so special about you!

It can keep us back from really talking about who we are and what we stand for.

Yes, it can keep us safe, free from scorn and the judgement of others, but it can also hold us back from being who we truly are.

We can worry about putting that post out on Facebook.

Adding new content to LinkedIn can feel scary.

IG Lives, yup another pathway out of our comfort zone but one that can lead us to amazing places – if anyone can recommend a good course for IG please let me know.

What I am saying is that you can let the world watch you and keep small, or you can go big and let the world see just how blinking amazing you really are.

Now is not the time to stand back and hide in the shadows.

Being a wallflower might have been an option at the school disco, but it’s not going to help you to dazzle right here, right now in the real world.

There is so much out there for the taking, we just need to pluck up the courage to go out there and do it.

To get out of our own way.

To put that shoulder rascal away.

To put on our good enough shoes and dial positive FM.

My pledge for the rest of 2020 is to really show up and shine in all areas of my life.

Tell me, are you in, or are you IN?

Exeter
Devon
TQ14

Type of session

In person
Online
Phone
Home visits

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All my sessions can be done via Zoom or phone so are fully accessible.

Availability

I work between 10am and 4pm, Monday to Thursday and most clients prefer Zoom sessions, but I can also work by phone.

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Natalie Trice, Career and Confidence Coach

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