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    Lucy Reynolds

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    Lucy Reynolds

    Certified CPCC, Co-Active Coach and Facilitator

     

    Lucy has been living abroad for the past six years in Amsterdam, Moscow and Tokyo. She has coached and facilitated across cultures and countries, and is driven by curiosity, a love of diversity, and an orientation for authenticity.

    Lucy specializes in coaching her professional clients as they lead transformational change, re-frame a situation to enable a break-through solution, and foster high-performing team dynamics. For her private clients, Lucy creates a safe space for personal growth and evolution as her clients navigate new situations, challenges, and/or transitions in their lives.

    As a “Find Your Element” Leader, Lucy will deliver two 90-minute fulfillment sessions derived from the “Being & Becoming” two-day workshop she co-created. The goal of the two sessions is to give participants an opportunity to become more resonant with who they truly are from the inside out. During Session I, participants will focus on the “Being”… who they are at their core. Participants will reconnect with their core values as a way to help guide future choices. Session II will focus on the “Becoming”. Participants will think about certain areas of their lives they want to bring more in line with their values, and then make conscious choices for change, which will allow for transformational shifts to occur in these areas of their lives. Lucy will guide the sessions in a fun and relaxed environment, allowing participants to explore how to better align areas of their lives to what is important and fulfilling to them.

    Lucy brings strong communication skills to her work delivering leadership & fulfillment workshops as well as coaching programs through the Co-Active model of coaching. Her style has been described as fun, engaging, and energetic.

    https://www.facebook.com/LucyReynoldsCoaching/

     

     Aya: “Lucy is the reason I got off my butt to organize this Workshop and Meditation Program after just two sessions with her! Though I’d never heard of Co-Active coaching before, her skillful guidance and all the tools she provided allowed me to realize all that I have always wanted to do and to just do them! I am extremely grateful for her gentle and yet, effective push I needed. The best bonus is having everyone I have dreamt of being on board saying “YES!” and sharing my enthusiasm and passion. I can’t express my gratitude to all the “crew members” who have supported/continue to support me. 

    It is truly an honor to have this Workshop series start off with Lucy. Without her, I would have found a million reasons not to get off my “but”s! Thank you so much, Lucy!”

     

     Workshop Feedback

    W. W.: “I found Lucy’s WS helpful in that life coaches are supposed to help us be accountable to ourselves and to live life for myself, not necessarily for others. By being accountable to oneself, we are accountable to others and can become a person that is trusted by others. Also, by remembering powerful moments in my past where I was able to recount memories of beauty and wonder, awe and love, that I was, and am, loved, and to hold that part in my heart and soul close to me and to never forget it, for that is the wellspring of where all my other emotions arise, such as sadness, fear, and even despair. “

    A. M.: “Lucy taught me how important it is to honor one’s values and to prioritize accordingly, as well as how not to let our self-saboteur voices get in the way of following our true passion. 


    Her workshop: “Being & Becoming” 


     

Comments

  1. W. W. May 17, 2016 at 14:49

    I found Lucy’s WS helpful in that life coaches are supposed to help us be accountable to ourselves and to live life for myself, not necessarily for others. By being accountable to oneself, we are accountable to others and can become a person that is trusted by others. Also, by remembering powerful moments in my past where I was able to recount memories of beauty and wonder, awe and love, that I was, and am, loved, and to hold that part in my heart and soul close to me and to never forget it, for that is the wellspring of where all my other emotions arise, such as sadness, fear, and even despair.