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Leadership Coaching Melbourne.

In today’s fast-paced challenging economy, executives must learn to manage extreme organizational change, complexity and pressure. Leading an organization or a team is a unique challenge. Often the leader must face this challenge alone, confronting difficult personal decisions, and hard choices – sometimes without any support. Therefore, it is essential to be a proactive leader by developing the skills and abilities of yourself and your team members.

What is Leadership Coaching?

At My Practice we create experiences that transform people, as leaders at work, and across their other roles in life. Our executive coaching is founded on the premise that great leaders know themselves and lead from a place of self-awareness, agency, curiosity, and vision.

We believe that in order to grow the leader you must grow the whole person. Once the crucial business skills are mastered, many leaders find that the biggest catalyst to improving their leadership effectiveness lies in cultivating emotional maturity and a deeper understanding of how they are bringing themselves to their role as leaders.

Leadership Coaching can help you to find:


You will have the confidence that whatever happens, you will be able to handle it, reach your full potential, and become the person you have always wanted to be.


Clarity can help you tackle the obstacles that are holding you back and open up new avenues of discovery and growth.


You will learn constructive ways to manage the issues that life presents, enabling you to cope with turbulent times, and bounce back from hardship and tragedy.


With focus, you can cope with life’s stresses, recognise your abilities, and find the answers you seek.


Empower you to discover personal strengths and capacities so that you are able to take control of your life.

Behavioural Change

Together, we can make a real difference in how your beliefs, values, and attitudes influence your daily life.

How Does Coaching Work?

Executive coaching may be seen as a combination of mentoring, professional development, and support offered through a one-on-one relationship between a coach and an executive.

These relationships focus on behavioural changes to hone leadership skills, enhance personal effectiveness, and correct unhelpful behaviours to improve job and leadership performance.

Executive coaching is about clearing roadblocks, unlocking potential and filling gaps between where people are and where they would like to be. It is about maximising performance and reaching personal and organisational goals.

​Looking for Leadership Coaching in Melbourne? Contact us today!

Who is Leadership Coaching for?

Our Leadership Coaching is designed for business owners and executives currently in leadership positions.

You are seeking coaching to help strengthen your mental well-being, self-confidence and managing skills so you can become a leader of influence, inspiring your team to excel further.

Leadership Resources

What’s the difference between a counsellor and a psychologist?

Counsellors and psychologists are both licensed professionals who offer people mental health support. These two healthcare professions are often confused with each other as they overlap in terms of the help they can provide.

Counselling generally refers to short-term treatment while psychologists typically refers to longer-term treatment such as mental health disorders. Counselling can help a person process powerful emotions such as grief or anger, deal with immediate causes of stress and anxiety, clarify values and identify options when making important personal or professional decisions, manage conflicts within relationships, develop better interpersonal and communication skills, or intentionally change unproductive thoughts and behaviours.

What types of issues can a counsellor assist a person with?

Counsellors can confidentially listen to, empathise and talk with you about the following issues and problems;

  • Relationship Conflicts
  • Life transitions such as the Birth of a New Baby, Separation, Divorce
  • Parenting
  • Anger Management
  • Domestic Violence
  • Battling Addictions
  • Dealing with Loss and Bereavement
  • Resolving Work-related Issues
  • Overcoming Depression, Stress and Anxiety
  • Eating Concerns / Self-Esteem / Body Image
  • Resolving Family and Relationship Issues
  • Increasing Self-confidence and Self-esteem
  • Recovering from Trauma
  • Spirituality
  • Suicidality
Why do I have to pay online and is it safe?

Our mission is to make counselling affordable for all people, so we use Calendly and Stripe to keep costs low for you. Data that passes through Calendly is encrypted, both in transit and at rest. All connections from the browser to the Calendly platform are encrypted in transit using TLS SHA-256 with RSA Encryption. Stripe is the most stringent level of certification available in the payments industry. To accomplish this, Stripe uses the best-in-class security tools and practices to maintain a high level of security.

Do people often feel nervous about coming to see a counsellor?

Yes, it is common for people to experience some initial nervousness. My Practice always endeavours to provide a warm and understanding environment in which to help people feel more comfortable.

How often will I need to come?

Generally, counselling typically involves a few weeks of relatively intensive treatment (usually 1 appointment per week), followed by as many maintenance sessions as you and your counsellor feel is appropriate (usually fortnightly or monthly).

How do I prepare for my first counselling session?

There is no need to prepare anything specific prior to your initial appointment. It can however be helpful to think about what you might want to talk about in the sessions. If you have areas you would like to target, think about describing these. If you have goals for improvement (in your relationships, work, or self-esteem, for example), bring them to your first session, as well as any obvious obstacles or barriers you are aware of.

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