I’m Emma Langton
Providing Executive Leadership Coaching and Workplace Wellbeing Support
Elevating performance with coaching and workplace wellbeing support, group coaching, speaking, training, webinars and workshops
Workshops & Training
Who Is Coaching For?
If you’re an ambitious, high performing leader and feel that your struggle creates stress, doubt, overwhelm or affects your wellbeing then I help with that. There may be times when you feel a little stuck, want to grow your business, progress through your career or enhance the performance of your managers and teams, I support you with that.
Coaching and wellbeing support gives you a confidential and non-judgmental space for problem-solving support and offloading to help you reach your goals and desires. Careful support, guidance and questioning can help you begin to see your situations differently and help you put different actions and responses in place.
My leadership coaching can help you move forward in your life, career or business.
What Is Wellbeing?
Wellbeing is about how we feel and how we cope with everyday difficulties. Anyone can experience difficulties and struggles at times in their life that affect their wellbeing.
How do you ensure that your workforce is happier, feels supported and is more engaged and why should you?
It’s not just about improving how your employees feel – it’s about considering the impact that can have – negatively and positively – on your business with issues like presenteeism, absenteeism and attrition.
I offer a range of workplace wellbeing workshops, training and support initiatives which are tailored to your needs and so that we ensure they align with your company values, policies and people.
Change is always possible.
Do you need to enhance the performance of you or your team?
Are you ready to be a better leader?
Is resilience, hybrid working and mental wellbeing high on your agenda?
Group coaching and leadership training can enhance relationships, improve skills and equip leaders to enhance performance and engagement in their teams.
Good leadership can be learnt so that it enhances connection, improves motivation and increases performance. They inspire their people and create organisations with better talent retention and enhanced reputation.
Improved resilience has a positive impact on performance and wellbeing. Those lacking resilience get easily overwhelmed, stress and become unwell. Resilient people tap into their strengths and support systems to overcome challenges
Workshops and Training
My coaching and workplace wellbeing support provides speaker sessions, workshops and training that result in highly engaged, resilient people in your organisations so that you can all rise to challenges, boost productivity and maintain wellbeing! These are an example of some of my most popular workshops. Get in touch to discuss your needs.
Together, with executive coaching and wellbeing training, we get you and your teams to feel strong, confident and resilient, so that you and your people work more effectively, set clear direction and enhance personal and team performance and wellbeing.
Emma’s workshop on ‘resilience in the workplace’ was highly engaging and thought-provoking. It really highlighted the topic of personal resilience and why it’s so important. Emma gave a great overview alongside real practical advice that could actually be used afterwards.
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.. latest podcast
Lessons for Leaders 100: Celebrating 100 Episodes!
Celebrating 100 Episodes Welcome to Lessons for Leaders. Can you believe we are celebrating 100 episodes of the podcast already?! The goal has always been to share lessons, learnings, tips and advice and, even when things got tough with it, I’ve enjoyed it more and...
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Lessons for Leaders 99: How to Persuade Leaders to Invest in Wellbeing
How to Persuade Leaders to Invest in Wellbeing This week I'm sharing top tips and conversations I have frequently with people in organisations to help them persuade leaders to invest in wellbeing. We're covering: What to do to persuade your leaders The 3 R’s that I...