Grace Minton

Profile

As a coach Grace draws on over 15 years experience in facilitating personal development, both individually and in groups, and over 8 years experience in the field of Human Resource Development in corporate environments.

Grace is passionate about supporting people to be the best that they can be. As a coach, Grace holds a high expectation and belief in her client’s ability to act outside of non resourceful beliefs and patterns of behaviour. Grace’s coaching clients benefit from her ability to assist them in the development of greater self-awareness and choice resulting in improved emotional self regulation and more empowering behaviours.

In the area of Career Transition, Grace supports individuals to identify their natural gifts and talents, work values and vision for a satisfying and rewarding career. Grace supports people through all the stages of career transition, beginning with self-knowledge, through option generation and research, to decision making and action.

Grace supports individuals to be resourceful in job interviews, assisting them to successfully move through the emotions experienced in times of change.

Her experience with the large organisation environment, in designing and delivering leadership programs for senior executives and individual executive coaching, draws on a solid foundation of human resource development.

Grace is accredited in the Myers Briggs Type Indicator and the Integrity and Values Profile and utilises the True Colours Career Development tool.

Qualifications

  • Grad Dip HR Development
  • B.A. (Hons) Communication Studies
  • NLP Master Practitioner and Trainer
"Grace guided me through a range of exercises to explore my personal preferences, including what is important to me and what I enjoy doing, towards identifying possible career paths. This process enabled me to prioritise these aspects in my career and my life. She also encouraged, challenged and inspired me to think broadly and creatively about my life and my dreams and goals. As a result I have a better idea about what might be possible, what might get in the way and how to tackle those barriers."

Bill Darby, Co-ordinator Workforce Education and Training