My Work As a Corporate Coach
Committed and passionate about creating work environments where self awareness, listening, compassion and presence are the pillars on which the human pulse of an organisation is felt. I truly believe this results in a more dynamic, empowered, creative and successful company.
We are living in extraordinary times that require each individual and each organisation to have the skills to empower themselves to become present so that, that presence inspires an organisation to become more than it ever imagined.
Empowered Performance for Business & Organisations
In my offering, there are 4 pillars that inspire and transform performance: Curiosity, Self Awareness, Listening and Presence.
These are experienced through developing skills to connect to the self, your colleagues and your organisation.
1 Curiosity: Your ability to experience your own humanity is your greatest asset. Knowing how to inspire, motivate and remain curious will enhance your ability to do it for others and the community.
2 Self Awareness: Moving from self consciousness to self awareness; the more potential you notice in yourself, the easier it will be to notice how to empower others.
3 Listening: Teaching yourself, your staff, your organisation how to listen to themselves and the other is a simple yet transformative skill that will enable you and your company to thrive in a healthy, creative and inspired environment, where each individual feels seen and heard.
4 Presence: Learning to become more aware of yourself, the room and the audience and from this place, become a vibrant and empowered speaker.
If you would like to speak to me to discuss what I can bring to your organisation, please mail me and I’d be delighted to arrange a call: [email protected]
I am filled with joy knowing that Helena Walsh is teaching Fitzmaurice Voicework in Ireland. She is a soulful teacher who embodies insight and compassion in equal measure.
- Saul Fitzmaurice Kotzubei – Director, The Fitzmaurice Institute
An inspiring and nourishing teacher. I have learned so much from her.
- Lousie O’Meara