We Coach, You Grow

Committed to helping you build your business

We Coach, You Grow was founded to provide businesses – from startups to established companies – with top-quality coaching.

With our support, you’ll be able to deliver the growth that you know you can achieve. We’ll be with you every step of the way, always at an affordable price.

What clients have said:

Start Up founder: “Coaching with We Coach You Grow was an incredibly valuable support to develop my business according to my personal values and resources. Without feeling formulaic, each session provided insights and action points helping to make progress until the next meeting – or finding the reasons why progress was being held up. The coaching felt well balanced between personal as well as business related aspects.”

Leader at large bank:Thanks so much for yesterday, Chris. I walked into that 13:30 meeting and nailed it.”  

Entrepreneur: “I’d like to thank We Coach You Grow for their support whilst setting up my business and trying to gain traction. Owning a start-up can be very hectic, with little structure, and Chris the coach helped me to plan out my days and weeks more systematically, and gave me very helpful advice on how not to drown in the sea of responsibilities that come with starting one’s own business. He was also a great listener, not just when it came to business, but also personal life issues that impeded business success. I recently was able to complete an investment round into the business, and that’s in no small part to Chris’s help – he would suggest role playing exercises to help me overcome my mental blockers when it came to 1 on 1 pitching, and practising this with him really put me in great shape when it came to the real thing. I’d thoroughly recommend Chris as a coach – thank you for everything.”


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Latest blog posts:

Are Goals Important?

When I was first being taught to coach, on the BBC's highly respected Coach Foundation Course, there was a long running debate between the tutors as to what the most important part of coaching was: Questions or Goals. Other answers are, of course, available. I'll...

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Can You Do It On Your Own?

In a world that holds up entrepreneurs and startups as role models for how companies can flourish, the role of the ‘team effort’ seems out of favour. Even in the rise of the mega-internet companies, we tend to act as if the Mark Zuckerbergs of this world create all...

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Is New Year a Time for New Goals?

Is New Year a Time for New Goals?

As coaches, we think Goals are very important. In fact, many in the coaching community think that getting goals right is the single most important part of a coaching session, and therefore to delivering success. Often the arrival of a new year is a great time to...

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Don’t Save Coaching for a Rainy Day

Some people consider coaching as not really part of work. Like training, networking or filling in your expenses they avoid doing it when there's ‘proper work’ to do. It's such an ingrained feeling that this has often permeated the culture of large organisations. Even...

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Tips for Optimising your Desk

Tips for optimising your desk ...or your working area wherever that is! For many of us, working with a laptop at whichever hot-desk we can snatch, or wherever we can put it down, even if that's a coffee shop, the notion of having your own desk which you can lay out...

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Why Don’t Coaches Ask Why?

Let me let you into a little secret. Coaching might seem like magic, but there are actually a set of tools and techniques that any good coach will have at his or her disposal to use during a session. One of these is great questions, and a good proportion of the...

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The one useful piece of advice for startup founders

The one useful piece of advice for startup founders

In fact, it’s a single word: “Experiment”!

A startup isn’t a business. Sorry. Not yet! A startup is a time-limited vehicle for finding out whether an idea has legs, and whether you’re the one to make it work. So in a startup, especially at an early stage, it’s really important to experiment. Form hypotheses. Have a go. Pay attention. See what worked, what didn’t. Tweak. And do it (even) better next time.

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