Megan Galloway is a personal and business coach. Her process offers you time to focus on the things that really matter. Megan’s approach is direct, structured and based on current neuroscience research. Megan also draws from the constructs of mindfulness and the enneagram. As a client you will be stretched to set goals that inspire you, and you will be challenged to reach them by thinking differently, making clear decisions and acting effectively. You will be supported to move towards a more satisfying personal and/or professional life that is aligned with your own values and to live with balance, authenticity and confidence. See http://www.megangalloway.com/ for more detail.
Personal, corporate and business coaching engagements take the form of a series of one-on-one coaching sessions tailored to the client’s needs. Megan also offers single focus sessions if required. One-on-one sessions can be conducted in person or by telephone/skype.
Team workshops are fun and experiential and are devised to meet the specific needs of the team (e.g. strategic or operational planning, team development, enneagram workshops).
Megan originally trained as a geologist. During 9 fruitful years as a diamond exploration geologist, Megan developed a passion for seeing people fulfil their potential. She has since qualified as a coach through the Neuroleadership Group. Her technical background has formed a solid scientific foundation, upon which to build her neuroscience-based approach to coaching. Megan is also an Accredited Integrative Enneagram Coach and has completed a course in Mindfulness.
Megan is also passionate about Karate and has competed at the highest level, coming away with gold and bronze medals at the world championships of her style. Megan also sits on the board of Khululeka Grief Support, an NPO serving the needs of children suffering bereavement.
Megan has worked with a broad spectrum of individuals, entrepreneurs, and corporate clients who are passionate about transformation and maximising their efficacy and authenticity in their own environments. Read about some of their experiences here:http://www.megangalloway.com/what-people-say/