Fiona is a life and leadership coach, facilitator and speaker, who helps people develop powerful, effective leadership of themselves, their teams, communities, projects, businesses, organizations, and campaigns. In addition to her own private and corporate, individual and group coaching and facilitation practice, she also leads public workshops, Guardian Masterclasses and leadership development programmes. She is on the faculty of The School of Life, where she was previously Head of Learning, and has been featured in the media including the Guardian, the Independent and the BBC. She is also a guest lecturer in Coaching at Birkbeck University of London.
In this interview, I’m joined by Dr Fiona Buckland. Fiona is an author, facilitator, and coach, whose clients include: The School of Life, Guardian Masterclasses, and The Wall Street Journal. This interview focuses on Fiona’s most recent book: “Find Your Own Path”, which provides a 12 step process to creating a more meaningful and engaging life.
In this conversation, you’ll learn:
— How changing our relationship with mortality can help us live more authentically
— Fiona’s counterintuitive philosophy on purpose, why it doesn’t have to be grandiose, and instead can be actualised on a daily basis
— How to live in alignment with your values and how this can help you flourish.
You can learn more about Fiona’s work and get your copy of the book at: www.fionabucklandcoaching.com.