Be You: Inspire Others

Confidence holds the key to us living the lives we dream of, yet it is fragile – we can have it one day or moment and not the next! When we have it, we walk taller and live bigger, braver lives. When we don’t have it, we tend to shrink and live on the sidelines, watching everyone else thrive.
We are coaches, parents and teachers and what we want most for our children is to develop confidence.
From coaching hundreds of leaders over the last twenty years, we know it’s possible to develop skills that grow confidence, and the younger we are taught these, the more chance we will have of stretching beyond what everyone thinks we are capable of and living our best lives!
We imagine a world where parents, teachers and children are flying by being themselves and inspiring each other.
  • We work with parents to help them develop confidence in their children.
  • We work with teachers to help them develop confidence in the classroom.
  • We work with children to help them build confidence in themselves and each other.
We would love to work with you if you are a parent, a teacher or a school.

Flying is...

The Flying Skills are...

 

 

Flying Skills

So what does it take to learn to fly?

The 4 flying skills support us to:

  • increase our awareness of ourselves, our capability and our uniqueness, so we can stretch our imagination, be confident in our own contribution and less inclined to compete with others.
  • learn to think for ourselves and enable others to do the same, so we have an equal voice during conversations in the classroom, playground and at home.
  • build stronger connections with others including friends, parents and teachers, so we can belong whilst being ourselves.
  • learn coaching skills so we can learn from others and inspire them to fly.

The flying formula

Individuality + Belonging + Possibility = Greater Confidence

From our research and experience so far, we have created a snapshot of what it takes to fly.

Encouraging individuality involves thinking for ourselves, being aware of our passions and having more ownership over our choices with a sense of freedom to try out our own ideas.

Promoting a feeling of belonging means realising we can have an equal voice in conversations, our ideas matter and we feel included and supported by others.

Creating a sense of possibility helps us develop new expectations and wonder what else we could try, it encourages us to stretch beyond our comfort zone and imagine new opportunities.

Learning to fly is similar to balancing a stone stack. 

It relies on developing and maintaining strong foundations that help us build our inner strength and core balance.

The Flying Coaching Approach

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