ARE YOU STRUGGLING TO MEET YOUR USUAL LEVELS OF ENGAGEMENT WITH WORK? 

Sometimes in life we can suddenly and often unexpectedly begin to experience a resistance to our usual way of working. It can seem like a huge struggle to complete our everyday tasks. 
 
Often this arises when a ‘change’ or new life event arises and adds to the stress and pressure and responsibilty we are already under from our work. 
 
Individuals with high levels of responsibility can be reluctant to seek help - as they feel they should be able to ‘hold it together’. This is usually in contradiction to what they really need to do. 
 
Seeking help at such times can help the individual and the organisation overcome what may be a barrier to their success at both levels. 
Typical symptoms of resistance include: 
 
Feeling tired, wired and anxious, feeling buffeted by the many stresses of work and home life. 
Feeling stuck, not able to use your strengths and hampered by the implied weaknesses you and others think you have? 
Feeling like you’re not reaching your potential, you not getting the results that you want from the actions your taking. 
Feeling that you don’t have the skills, capabilities or confidence to do what you need to do. 
Feeling there a is current challenge or block that you need support to overcome. 
 
Stress among staff is at an all time high - Gallop 2022 work force report  
 

THE EIGHT MOST COMMON LIFE CHANGES THAT CAN LEAD TO FEELING FLAT AND UNMOTIVATED AT WORK 

The eight most common ‘changes’ or ‘life events’ that can lead to this state come from both inside and outside of the work environment. 

 A Change Internally at Work: 

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A new boss! 

A new boss can leave us subject to different management styles, support and expectations of what we should be doing. 
Culture in nature

Culture 

Cultures in business can change quickly for a variety of reasons we can't control - forcing us to adapt, before we ready. 
Role

Role 

Our role and what is expected of us may change, requiring a new outlook and a different set of pressures. 
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Team 

Key figures in our team may change, either removing those who support us, or introducing those who don’t. 

 A Change Externally to Work: 

Divorce - old tree

Divorce 

Separating from our partner can be emotionally draining and a long legal process may be involved. 
Bereavement - dead forest

Bereavement 

Losing someone we love can have a huge impact on our emotional state and we need time and support to grieve. 
Menopause - old tree

Menopause 

The physical and emotional changes women experience with the menopause can significantly affect their work. 
Sickness - cut down tree

Sickness 

When we (or someone close to us) develops a major illness, it can affect us emotionally, as well as take up our time. 
The causes of stress and burnout are not limited to these eight situations. Whatever your current situation, if you feel you need some help, please contact us

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Mindful, Somatic Coaching with Gaynor 

Gaynor has worked in senior management roles and held governance positions in the social care sector for over 35 years and fully understands the pressures and challenges involved in high-level positions. 
 
With a degree in Peace Studies and extensive mediation experience 
Gaynor qualified as a GROW coach in 2005. 
 
She gained her PCC with Mindful Coaching School and is accredited by the International Coaching Federation. 
 
Gaynor has been using Voice Dialogue in her relationship for over 18 years and trained in Voice Dialogue with John Kent between 2016-2019. 
 
She has spend a life time fascinated by the small and seismic transitions and change that happen in family and work life. 
 
Gaynor blends her life experience with her knowledge and is perfectly placed to understand your current circumstances and to help facilitate and support you to regain autonomy in your life. 
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“Gaynor is a masterful coach who uses mindfulness quickly and gently to engage the heart of the matter. I am always amazed at how deeply and gently Gaynor is able to guide me through a particular challenge.  "She is profoundly present, kind and compassionate and these qualities allow me to bring whatever is needed to the table." 
Susan, Senior Mental Health Manager  
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“Gaynor has a unique gift of tapping into the body and listening deeply to what is present. Her somatic work helps shift stuck parts that the mind cannot get to. You can trust the process and let go to see what might be waiting for you on the other side of any difficulty or challenge." 
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“Through the coaching sessions with Gaynor, I have gained an increased awareness of my personality: what is driving me, what is holding me back. Through voice dialogue, I have learned to notice my triggers and the way I talk to myself. With this awareness, an opening is created for choice: how do I want to talk to myself? How can I be more compassionate instead of more critical? How do I want to show up in the world?" 
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Please fill in your details in the form below to arrange a 15 minute Introductory call on Zoom. This is a no-pressure call where we seek to determine how we can assist you and give you a chance to determine whether we are the right ‘fit’ for you. 
 
 
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How Mindful Mentoring Can Help  

Mindful Mentoring provides a supportive and safe space to explore experiences, to undertake restorative inquiry and reflection for the purpose of continuing personal development and growth. 
 
Mindfulness mentorship combines Mentorship, the support and sharing provided by an experienced individual to a person or group to help them progress, with Mindfulness, the observation of what is going on, both on the inside and outside of ourselves moment by moment. 
 
Mindfulness mentorship relationships cultivate compassion for self and a greater awareness of our own thoughts and feelings, how we deal with challenges and how we interact with others. 
 
Mindfulness mentorship is specific to your needs as an individual or group, it includes learning and adopting a personal compassionate mindfulness practice. It can also provide an opportunity for those with an established mindfulness practice to widen the depth of their practice and fully integrate it into life. 
 
Mindfulness mentorship is provided by Clare Culpin who developed this approach in healthcare and leadership mentoring, believing that it enriches the experience and depth of exploration and learning. 
 
Gaynor and Suryacitta also offer Mindful bespoke mentoring. 
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“The use of voice dialogue was instrumental in seeing what really lay under the lack of productivity we were experiencing. After just six sessions we began to see our managers behaving in different ways, which quickly impacted employee engagement, and ultimately our bottom line” 
James, Recruitment agency  

JUST SOME OF THE ORGANISATIONS WE’VE WORKED WITH 

NHS
Toyota
Capital One
Samworth Brothers
Precision Recruitment
BBC TWO
Bank of Ireland
Kings College London
BBC Radio Leicester
RCGP
Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council
Priory Healthcare
Coventry University
Leicestershire County Council
University of Leicester
Manchester Stress Institute
Blaze
Loros
Charnwood
Herriotts Millward
Capital One

Suryacitta Malcolm Smith, is one of the most experienced mindfulness teachers in the UK,. He began practicing in 1989. He is the author of five books that are available for purchase below. 

A Mindful Life | Suryacitta | The Happy Buddha
A Mindful Life 
Happiness and How it Happens | Suryacitta | The Happy Buddha
Happiness and How it Happens 
Mindfulness and Compassion | Suryacitta | The Happy Buddha
Mindfulness and Compassion 
The Happiness & Contentment Handbook | Suryacitta | The Happy Buddha
The Happiness & Contentment Workbook 
A Mindfulness Teacher's Handbook | Suryacitta | The Happy Buddha
A Mindfulness Teacher's Handbook  
“A perfect beginner's handbook. Absolutely spot-on and beautifully designed.” 
Emma Thompson – Oscar-winning actress 

Buy Suryacitta's - AKA The Happy Buddha's books 

HOW TO TAKE THE NEXT STEP 

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COACHING & MENTORING 

I’m lacking energry and enthusiasm in my role and need some help to get back on track. 

COURSES FOR TEAMS 

My team needs help to work better together and get behind the organisation’s goals. 

CREATING A COMPASSIONATE CULTURE 

I want to create a compassionate, kind and aware culture within my organisation. 
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