Supporting coaching skills,
excellence and sustainability

Our practical approach to helping you become a high-quality coach, and to use coaching throughout your career

Who is Love Your Coaching?

Love Your Coaching is led by Charlie Warshawski, a coach and coach trainer who has worked in this field since 2001. With Charlie are an outstanding group of fellow coaches, who are all experienced as both coaches and trainers.

We believe in the value of high quality coaching, and are fully committed to helping every coach we work with develop to an advanced level.

Why “Love Your Coaching”

Coaching is a skill… and it’s also a vocation. We want people to love their own coaching.

The people who work with us to become great coaches are enthusiastic for coaching as they have seen the benefits that it gives.

Our values and what they mean to you

Our overall focus in offering our services is:

To develop people into high quality coaches

To give people the opportunities to use and continually improve their coaching skills

To ensure there is a return on investment for learning to be a coach

We have three values that are at the centre of all our activities:

Taking care of you

Providing support, encouragement and high-quality service throughout your learning experience

Taking care of the stuff

Understanding exactly what is needed to be successful in our programmes, and providing the best resources to support you

Nourishing your growth

Learning to coach and to use coaching is always a challenge. We accompany you in that stretch, helping you to see and obtain the benefits from coaching

Why is now the right time to develop your coaching skills?

There are so many demands on the modern professional:

It’s hard to know how to manage at times. Since coaching made the transition from the sports arena to the world of work, it has proved to be highly effective in helping with these and many other issues.

The coaching industry is reaching maturity. And coaching is seen as an important skill and an asset for the world of work.

And senior managers are increasingly expected to have coaching skills, and possibly a coaching qualification.

In many industries, people who learn to coach well are the people who make the greatest strides forward!