Special Events

Coaching Mastery - Gene Early and Sue Knight

Henley, UK, 4th – 5th April 2018

When Gene and Sue work together magic happens. Masters in their field they have been co coaches for over 20 years. Wherever you think that you are with your own excellence (and even if you believe that you are not yet realising your excellence) you can expect to raise the bar on this programme. And not just a little but a lot!!!

Coaching with Humour

Henley, UK, Wednesday 27th June – Thursday 28th June 2018

Do you know how to make things better by making them worse? It is analogous to the way to make a donkey move forward is to pull his tail. The approach of “Provocative Coaching” was developed by Frank Farrelly when he realized that friends often uplift and nudge you – while coaches, therapists and consultants seem to take a solemn, serious approach to issues or problems – but they’re not necessarily effective in helping people (and organisations) solve them.

Clean Coaching (and Clean life!)

Henley, UK, Saturday 30th June – Sunday 1st July 2018

There have been two major influences on the world of coaching in the last few years. One came from Frank Farrelly and his Provocative Coaching (see my programme on this) and the other came via a remarkable man David Grove with whom I had the privilege to study. Now Provocative and Clean (Dirty and Clean) might seem like totally different styles and on the surface they are. However both have the same outcome – powerful change through awareness and self discovery. And they complement each other beautifully.


Abéné, Senegal, 6th – 13th March 2019

Abéné is the last undeveloped rural seaside village in Senegal – only 20% of the village has electricity, and the village economy is artisanal. Apart from the annual music festival when visitors come from far and wide to experience some of the acts the village has a slow, traditional, yet active way of life.

"‘Coaching happens in the way that we speak to our children and our grandchildren. It happens in the way we respond to our partners. It happens in the way we respond to the people who serve us as we move about our daily lives, it happens at work, at home, in schools."