Coaching inspires career switch for Mel

By Scunthorpe Telegraph | Posted: 29 Jun 2018

GRIMSBY woman Mel Hoban has joined Fluent Coaching as an accredited licensed coach.

The former public sector worker was encouraged to join the Brigg business having been inspired by her own mentoring.
She said: “Coaching has had a massive impact on me personally and professionally – so much so that I was inspired to completely change my career.

“I’m now living a much happier, healthier life, which is better for both me and my family.  I’ve always had a keen interest in learning and development, and I’m passionate about working with clients to help them on their own journeys.  I aim to help people be the best version of themselves.  It’s all about doing life better.”
Fluent offers a wide range of coaching options, coaching everyone from children to chief executives.

“The reason I love Fluent’s unique approach to coaching is that everything is focused on developing, growing and transforming people from the inside out, creating real long-lasting change in individuals and organisations,” she said. “It is definitely not about short-term quick fixes.

“As a Fluent coach I work with the whole person, so there is no restriction on the areas we can cover: career, confidence, motivation, health and wellbeing, stress, relationships – the list really is endless.  I work with clients to help them find their own solutions.”

She compares it to the equivalent of  a personal trainer when it comes to mental health. “Coaching is certainly becoming more mainstream, with life coaches popping up in the media regularly,” she added. “No longer something just for celebrities, athletes, executives and the wealthy, coaching can be beneficial and accessible to all.”

New clients receive a free initial session so that they can experience the benefits of coaching first hand before making any commitment.

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