What I do
I help small business owners and sole traders in the UK who want to do things better in order to be more productive, successful and effective.
I create practical business solutions for small businesses.
However, I am currently fully booked and not taking on new 1:1 clients. I will next be taking on new clients in 2022, so you are welcome to express your interest and join the waiting list.
You can learn my tools and techniques in the meantime through my online course, The Organised Coach Method.The Organised Coach Method
Achieve more in less time
Would you like to get your jobs done quicker?
What would you do with all that free time?
Productivity limits what we can achieve every day.
I can help you to be the most efficient and organised version of yourself, enabling you to achieve your potential.
The real question is, do you have time not to be productive?Tell me more about improving my productivity
Take control of your business processes
Process improvement and documentation sounds really dull, but it’s the foundation of all successful businesses and makes a massive difference to your daily working life.
They help you adapt as your business changes, enable you to train others and reduce feelings of overwhelm by not needing to store everything in your head!
Stop fighting fires and get the right systems for you and your business.Tell me more about Business Process Improvement
Practical business coaching
As a business owner, it can be invaluable to have someone unbiased to work through your problems with, from practical business challenges to business plans and everything in between.
My focus is on identifying what practical changes need to take place in your business to make it, and you, a success.
Let’s find solutions which allow your business to flourish.Tell me more about Business Coaching
Emma is very good at what she does, extremely professional and helped me immensely producing a Business Plan with all the directions to follow, to improve my organisational skills and to put all my ideas into the real context of running my business.
Dr Alex Guilherme, Dr Super Smile Dentist
Achieve your goals
Self-employment is a double-edged sword – the freedom is fantastic, but it can be very easy to get off track.
Achieving your goals can be broken down into two parts:
- Making great goals
- Sticking to them
That makes it sound very easy, but the practicality is anything but. To build great goals and ensure you’re on the right path to achieving them, someone to ‘report to’ temporarily can really help.Tell me more about Accountability