“Research shows that isolation can be twice as harmful to physical and mental health as obesity. In addition 50% of remote workers report they now do more hours than before as they feel compelled to prove that they can be productive from home, leading to greater rates of burnout.”

– Association for Psychological Science


While the immediate health benefits of avoiding common workspaces are obvious in the face of a frightening pandemic, it is important to consider the mental health consequences that can come with working remotely.

Although studies have found remote workers to be more productive, healthier and enjoy a more positive work-life balance, the latest research also shows a darker side of increased mental health issues.

For those who are accustomed to a steady rate of social interactions, the shift to remote work can lead to feelings of isolation and burnout.

Employees state unplugging after work, loneliness, collaboration/communication, distractions at home and staying motivated as their biggest struggles with remote working.

If not intentionally addressed both the short and long-term impact on your organisation is huge.


Our coaches work remotely via Zoom, Teams, Skype or Hangouts with your chosen members of staff. The sessions are one hour in length and are confidential in nature.


We track progress with each coachee against an agreed specific outcomes and through our proprietary survey tool are able to report the overall change in behaviour and well being of your people.


To make things simple your organisation is able to buy coaching hours in batches of 10, 20, 40 or 80 hours per month. These are then allocated across your team where the need is most.

You never understand a person until you consider things from his point of view…until you climb into his skin and walk around in it. 

– Atticus Finch, To Kill a Mocking Bird

The more fully we can understand the forces constructing and coursing through a human life, the more powerful coaching can be.

All our coaches use the Integral coaching method which attends to the individuality (thoughts, beliefs, emotions, and intentions as well as everything that is happening to us physiologically) of the person as well as the social context in which they are embedded.

Outcomes and Measurability

We focus on outcomes because it provides a clear sense of direction for the coaching program. Also, it provides a standard by which the coach, client and client’s organisation can assess the effectiveness of the work.

For example:

  • “Builder greater acceptance of things in and out of your control”
  • “Develop a sense of calm amid life’s turbulence”
  • “Manage difficult conversations more skilfully whilst working remotely”
  • “Communicate in a way that moves people to action”
  • “Build greater resilience to disruption”

While outcomes are specific to each client, Integral Coaching programs always aim towards four key ends:

  1. Competence: capacity to achieve particular goals that endure with us.
  2. Fulfilment: when what once burdened us has lifted.
  3. Self-Correction: the capacity to bridge the gap between what we intend and our current reality.
  4. Self-Generation: the ability to continuously renew ourselves by drawing upon resources from without and within.

"I am learning to deeply listen, to more fully receive and more powerfully give voice to what arises, and thereby, better serve my client"

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