Career Podcast – Meet Become Coaching & Training Ltd. founder Joseph Grech

Joseph Grech is a Coaching Psychologist who specialises in helping out people who feel stuck. He talks about the importance of self awareness in career planning. Check out the podcast!

Career podcast listening notes

Joseph’s story covers:

  • His road from childhood aspirations to be an inventor to acting
  • inclusion, the good, the bad and ugly
  • the importance of self awareness in career planning
  • his new passion for meditation as part of his own self care routine

About Joseph

Joseph  attended Steve the Branding Man’s personal training bootcamp in Clapham and Steve remembers being inspired by his energy and enthusiasm for his career, as well as being impressed that he owned his own business. Joseph is a Coaching Psychologist, Chartered Fellow of the CIPD and a PCC-credentialed coach, meaning he has over 1000+ accredited coaching hours. He is the founder of Become Coaching & Training Ltd. and his expertise lies in supporting and challenging people to get unstuck, achieve their goals and unlock their leadership potential. He is extremely passionate about leadership development and has a wealth of experience in L&D across a range of industries. He is experienced supporting leaders globally, particularly in the Middle East and has coached and delivered training programs globally. Over the last 15 years he has worked in a range of organisations supporting people make confident and positive changes in their lives. Throughout his career he has advanced in a number of L&D roles; and has worked for Edexcel, a training manager for an immigration law firm and also in leadership development for Kingfisher plc. a FTSE100 organisation. Apart from running Become, Joseph is involved in the design and delivery of The Branding Man’s leadership programmes and also coaches a number of senior executives and CEOs.

Find out more at Become Coaching & Training
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My Career Story

Our thanks to Steve Keith, The Branding Man, for creating the My Career Story podcast series. Click the links to find out more!

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