“Deborah Mattsson Clarke is a lady of great sincerity and integrity.
Her carefully structured course ensures that all participants engage in the process. Her calm considered approach and willingness to share her expertise left me feeling emotionally supported and positively energized.

I am finding the JUGGLINGFORLIFE coaching method to be straight forward, yet highly practical and versatile.”

Carol Milligan, Editorial Director, Muse Art and Design.

Our experience is that groups have the knowledge and solutions within themselves to achieve great things. The challenge is to tap into that competence, bring it out and make use of it. The Juggling for Life group coaching methodology offers:
  • A way to build trust in a group
  • Find a group’s combined resources
  • Create concrete steps to move a group forward in alignment with each other

Most of us are trained to do a job, have specific areas of expertise, and want to deliver results. The path from identification of a task to actually delivering it is often not so difficult to achieve. But add in the complexity of human dynamics, as well as the large number of stakeholders involved in decisions, and the process can quite easily get stuck.

Groups who work together using the Juggling for Life methodology spend the necessary time focusing on the human dynamics and stakeholder management part of the process, which in turn leads to faster and more effective task delivery.

In choosing a coach for your group, you need to feel sure that:

  • The content of the workshop is in safe hands
  • That confidentiality is observed
  • That the coach has experience and tools applicable to corporate life.

Juggling for Life coaches are chosen because of their integrity, and are trained to work in an ethical way. They also have years of experience behind them in managing complex situations. This ensures you get the best possible coaching experience.