Empowerment with Rob Holcroft

How empowered are you and your people? During this show we are going to explore empowerment and some of the key elements that can make a difference between success and failure in business and in life. My guest this week is Rob Holcroft, a leadership development coach, author and a qualified teacher with an MA (Education) in Professional Learning specialising in Mentoring and Coaching. He has six books under his belt, including the acclaimed story of I Can’t, and another on the way. Rob even has an award named after him in Sri Lanka, has worked on a show in Hollywood, is a trained falconer, advanced stage fighter and his 17th great grandfather was King Henry VII! Listen in to discover how you can overcome some of your biggest hurdles, with a fascinating guest who will help us to keep optimistic and empowered!

To listen go to: http://chriscooper.co.uk/radio/archive/

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Rob Holcroft

An accredited member of the Association of Coaching, leadership development coach and author, Rob, is a qualified teacher with an MA (Education) in Professional Learning specialising in Mentoring and Coaching.

With six books under his belt, including the acclaimed story of I Can’t, and another on the way, he is an inspirational facilitator who uniquely combines his diverse skills to deliver engaging and enjoyable coaching sessions and workshops exploring the neuroscience of leadership, as well as developing emotional intelligence, communication skills, resilience, confidence and self esteem for groups and individuals.

An extremely varied and interesting employment history enables Rob to intuitively understand people of all ages and backgrounds. His passion and enthusiasm for everything he does is contagious.

Rob has an award named after him in Sri Lanka, worked on a show in Hollywood, is a trained falconer, advanced stage fighter and his 17th great grandfather was King Henry VII.

To listen go to: http://chriscooper.co.uk/radio/archive/


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‘I am more than pleased to share my experience of the TEP programme. For me it has been an invaluable part of my own learning and development for several reasons. The books that we have studied have always resonated with the place that I have been at that time. To study a book with a group of like minded individuals, all professional and all keen to develop themselves and others has made me read with a depth that I would normally not use. The result being a richness of understanding that I can apply and want to apply, into my business immediately The guests that you have invited to to talk about their journeys have left their own gift with me – one of them being a depth and breadth of stories to illustrate points on my own programmes. And finally, for me the sense of not being alone, in my loft, in pursuit of my own personal success, but being able to feedback and to celebrate successes together. This is a fantastic community to belong and a commitment to my own personal success and to that of others. Thank you Chris for having and holding the vision’ Carroll Macey, Managing Director CM2C Change Management Consultancy (Nottinghamshire) http://www.cm2c.com. Former Head of Learning and Development at Siemens

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