Hi, I’m Steve Allman
I’m a certified coach and consultant who helps individuals and organisations think good, feel good and do good. With over 25 years leading and developing charities and communities, I’m not a coach who just talks the talk, I’ve walked the walk.
No rainbows or unicorns here! My approach is firmly rooted in reality and I use proven techniques to help you overcome those tricky challenges once and for all and enable you to make lasting, positive changes.
Let's chat about working together
I contacted Steve for some coaching after being a follower of his humorous, albeit genuine and relatable, posts on LinkedIn. I had two goals in mind; i) to ‘put to bed’ a toxic workplace experience and ii) to explore the goals and next steps in my career
I have spent 6 intense and worthwhile weeks being coached and simultaneously empowered to move my thinking forward. My goals are becoming achievable. My reality is less foggy. The options are clearer and my will to work towards my dream of ultimate career fulfilment has been invigorated!
I have made positive and significant progress. I am more confident and assertive and I'm also more aware of my own needs, which has impacted on my overall wellbeing in and outside of work.
I have booked another course of coaching with Steve to provide me with the internal push I need to reach what I consider to be self-actualisation. What a gift that will be in 2022!
Steve delivered a workshop on impact for Getting on Board’s Festival of Trusteeship. He knows his stuff and has a lovely, helpful, practical approach. He is a pleasure to work with and his experience of working with hundreds of organisations shines through.
I was pleased to commission Steve as part of my work at Home-Start Norfolk to provide an independent evaluation on the impact of our National Lottery funding. His in-depth understanding of the Home-Start model helped us to best understand the need to improve the way in which we evaluate and record our impact. Easy to work with, a great communicator and persistent in achieving results.
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