I teach and coach executives, leaders and entrepreneurs who know that improving their external success depends on developing their inner and inter-personal game.
While we may be excellent at "what we do", and already have some financial success, we know there's "more to the picture".
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When I first met Zander at a business training course, I wasn't particularly looking for training or a new coach in that moment. However, after an initial conversation with him, I could recognize Zander's authenticity and integrity as a teacher, and the wide range of training and tools he could bring to bear that could be transformational for me. I had a few areas where I was feeling particularly stuck and his course promised to address them.
His capacity to listen, guide, and inspire, drawing from his own personal experiences and skill, kept our meetings full of vitality, even when I was skeptical and challenging at times.
Working with Zander not only delivered a new set of skills and self-awareness for me. It was a transformational combination along with my commitment to experiment, and I was able to break through to a new level in a few key areas as I had hoped.
I highly recommend Zander's course for those willing to roll up their sleeves, keep an open mind, jump in and actually have fun while learning incredibly valuable life skills.
To be heard, I think, is a rare gift in life. Not simply listened to, but truly heard and considered.
Often in our work together I’ve found myself uncertain as to what I’m trying to say, or of what’s truly bothering me.
This is, I think, when Alexander is at his best. A blend of exacting questions and insightful metaphor pulls the issue into focus and what follows is always an opportunity to explore myself more deeply - safely and without fear of judgement.
His guidance has had a profound influence in my journey of self discovery, revealing to me, finally, the true potential I hold within.
One of the most remarkable aspects of Zander’s method is his ‘whole person” approach to problem solving and treatment. Zander uses a wide repertoire of techniques, a number of which I was totally unfamiliar with and very skeptical of in the beginning.
As a chronic disbeliever, on more than one occasion I had to reconcile my skepticism with the positive results I achieved following our sessions. In the end, I developed not so much a faith in the specific methods and techniques which he used as much as a total and unwavering faith in Zander as a practitioner.
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