Igniting Future Leaders
Our 1:1 Coaching focuses on supporting and developing human potential at work.
To create the kind of leaders that people want to follow.
We acknowledge pain points
& limiting beliefs.
Understand the individual’s personal
vision & aspiration.
Help develop their true potential
& true selves.
Empower them to be seen, heard & valued.
The output is emotionally strong committed leaders, driven with positive energy,
& skilled in creating psychological safety.
Future leaders who achieve great things
by leveraging kindness, gratitude,
resilience & momentum.
The future leadership of your company does not feel like it is being seen, heard, or valued at work.*
Take a look at your current middle management.
Then take a click down at the people they manage.
It’s likely that they will be a combination of Millennials and Gen Z.
Globally this is 50% of the working population: 23% Millennial + 27% Gen Z.
*”60% of Gen Z’s say they are merely surviving or flat-out struggling.
Gen Z also reported more difficulty feeling engaged or excited about work,
getting a word in during meetings, and bringing new ideas to the table when compared to other generations.”
“Neil didn’t care what level someone was.
He saw talent in people and gave them a voice.
He valued my ideas but could see I lacked confidence to speak up.
He told me to have one good thing to say in each meeting.
Looking back, I understand that he was trying to encourage momentum; both for my ideas to
be heard and for people to listen, which would in turn give me confidence to say more.
He enabled me to feel both seen and heard.
Neil gave me the push to allow myself to start being more curious in that way.”
Design & Product Management, Crocs, USA
“I recently had the privilege of working with Neil and can't speak highly enough of his impact.
(All the more surprising given how I've long held things like 'coaching' with
a healthy dose of cynicism and skepticism in the past.)
It was refreshing to see just how dedicated, observant and insightful
he was throughout the journey.
He's got a gift I hope others get the opportunity to experience.
He's really transformed my perspective in so many ways,
and I hope many, many others get that same chance, too.”
“Neil mentored me while I had a real crisis of confidence in my career. I felt like I may have taken a journey down a path I wasn't right for and felt like I was failing.
Neil listened to my pain points, made me feel seen and helped me realise that what I thought were my weaknesses, were natural strengths.
He discussed in great detail how to be more confident with leaning into these, and it kickstarted probably one of the most profound lightbulb moments
I think I've had in my career.
To cut a long story short, I pivoted my career into the direction
of these strengths within four weeks.
Now, five months on, I'm the most confident, calm and happy I've ever been in a role.
Neil's advice and support helped me to realise that when you
think you might be failing, you actually aren't.
You just haven't spotted all the good stuff you do, and he can help with that.
He made me feel heard and seen, which then unlocked a much happier chapter in my life;
I will always be grateful to Neil for that.
Neil Schambra Stevens is a People Strategist and Business Coach focusing on well-being and productivity in the workplace. He believes better business is achieved by emerging leaders who practice kindness, gratitude, momentum and resilience.
Neil draws on over two decades of C-level experience with Fortune 500 brands, simultaneously building brand love and high performing teams, and collecting life and work experiences along the way across Europe, Asia and the USA.
He is a regular guest, writer and speaker on podcasts, articles and roundtable discussions on the importance of productivity and well-being in the workplace. Neil believes in simplicity and encourages the principle of “Working From Anywhere’. He currently lives and runs Mercury Jam from a houseboat in Amsterdam.
He is a regular guest, writer and speaker on
podcasts, articles and roundtable discussions
on the importance of productivity and well-being
in the workplace. Neil believes in simplicity and encourages the principle of “Working From Anywhere’. He currently lives and runs Mercury Jam from a houseboat in Amsterdam. ☕️
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