Contact Andrea Goodridge, Leadership Coach and Facilitator

Leadership. It all starts with you. So, let's talk about you!

Andrea Goodridge, Leadership Coach and Facilitator, Ad Florem

 

Got something on your mind that you want to work through?

Perhaps you’ve got a question about how to lead yourself or others?

Maybe you’ve decided you want to work with Andrea?

Whatever it is, get in touch.
It’s your choice how you take the first step.

How to contact Andrea Goodridge

Click here to email Andrea direct at andrea@adflorem.com

Click here to book a call with Andrea

Complete and send the form below to Andrea

What happens next?

My working hours are 9:00am – 5:00pm (GMT) Monday – Friday.

If you emailed me direct or completed the form – you’ll get an email response from me within 24 hours if it’s a working day (longer if it’s the weekend).

If you booked a call, I look forward to virtually meeting you.

Please note, it may be up to 5 days before you can speak direct to me, due to client work.

Andrea Goodridge, Leadership Coach and Facilitator, Ad Florem

If you didn't take your first step, here's something to think about

Have you ever wanted to change something, but then thought:

  • Things aren’t that bad, they could be worse
  • It’s just a phase I’m going through, it will pass
  • I just can’t commit right now, I’ve got too much on …I’m too tired

If you answered ‘yes’ you’re probably among the majority of people reading this, as these responses are some of the common excuses that get in the way of people committing to and making a change.

Change is about moving from how you do things today, to how you do things in the future.

Just this sentence alone clearly shows change involves some movement. Remember, if you don’t make any movements, you stand still. You can even stagnate. Your life never stands still though. Things are moving all the time.

If you want to take the first step, you need to make a commitment to regularly take some time out, away from the chaos and pressures of work, to focus on you. Focus on leading yourself first. Then you’ll be in a much better place to lead others with confidence.

"Take the first step. No more, no less, and the next will be revealed."
Ken Roberts.