Since Sadler Heath’s inaugural breakfast in 2002, I have watched it become a rare and trusted learning place where we can turn up, and pay proper attention for a change to our own development needs, questions, and vulnerabilities.
As recently I stepped back from decades of full-on self-employed practice as coach and facilitator, the last 16 years of which were supported by Sadler Heath with its smorgasbord of sessions, including a few featuring my own “edgy” topics, I did not expect to become a Sadler Heath moderator. Yet I hear the call and it’s appealing. After all, I’m committed to carry on developing myself, not only to be getting into other stuff (mindfulness, yoga, jazz piano, running, volunteering and writing). I’ll also enjoy the chance to give something back to this community I’ve come to love.