Eidyia is a London-based coaching consultancy established by Louise Rodgers in 2015.
Coaching is an effective method of holding up a mirror, so that you can learn more about you.
People seek coaching for a number of reasons. Individuals may want to make changes in their life, business or career; improve their performance or enhance their relationships; or simply because they feel a little ‘stuck’.
Companies and leaders may hire a coach to work with someone in their team because of a sense of untapped potential, or because they have identified something in that person that is holding them back. Or perhaps a team or group is under-performing, and it’s important to understand why and what needs to change.
A coach is a skilled thinking partner who supports people through this process. They provide a safe, creative and non-judgemental space, listening carefully and asking thought-provoking questions to help clients explore, reflect and move forwards.
Coaching for individuals, groups and teams can be delivered either virtually or face-to-face.
Louise is a qualified (PGC – Barefoot Coaching/University of Chester) and accredited coach with the International Coaching Federation.
She draws on first-hand experience gained during a 25-year career in public relations and communications, including as a founding director of a successful PR agency. She is also a trustee for charities working with disadvantaged young people, and a Non-Executive Director of a Community Interest Company (CIC).
Louise focuses on developing her coaching practice through training, academic study and regular coaching supervision. Recent Continuing Professional Development (CPD) courses include Parts 1 & 2 of Systemic Coaching & Constellations; Cognitive Behavioural Psychology for Coaches; Coaching for Loss, Change, Uncertainty and Grief; and Existential Coaching. She is also an accredited practitioner of the C-me profiling system.
Louise co-created and co-delivers the Step Up coaching programme; supporting the next generation of built environment leaders to ‘step up’ to more senior roles. She also co-hosts the podcast Coaches On The Couch and is a regular columnist for Building Design magazine.