Pete Mosley - Writer/Mentor & Consultant

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I work with Individuals:
I work with an amazing range of people - film-makers, professors, live artists, furniture makers, arts managers, sculptors, glass artists, regeneration professionals - even a hermit calligrapher. Coaching is a powerful tool for change - it's an appreciative enquiry into life - both positive and forward looking. It is not therapy, and it doesn't focus on mistakes and problems. It enables you to re-frame your thinking, see things in a different light, and appreciate how different aspects of your life and work can be brought together to achieve the very best of outcomes.
One-to-one support can be tailored to your requirements - usually delivered via a series of short sessions (1-2 hours depending on the focus of the meeting) - interspersed with email and phone support - and scheduled so as to allow time for ideas and plans to develop between our meetings.

I create resources for creative people:

The book, Make Your Creativity Pay: www.makeyourcreativitypay.com

The Creative Business Explorer, my online creative business toolkit: www.creativebusinessexplorer.com

And I work with organisations:
I work in the field of organisational development - Strategy, Business Planning, Marketing and Fundraising Strategy, Sustainability, and design and facilitation of Awaydays. For more about this, visit my main website at www.petemosley.com, or ring 0141 416 0555 (I'm based in Loughborough, East Midlands)

I have undertaken specialist training in strategy, consultancy and fundraising. I'm trained as a Coach to postgrad level and carry full public liability and and professional indemnity insurance. I'm CRB checked (enhanced) and I'm registered on the EMDA/Business Link suppliers register with a 5* rating.

Website:
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The Creative Business Explorer

The Creative Business Explorer

Sun 31st July, 2011

The Creative Business Explorer has been specifically designed for creative freelancers, sole traders and small businesses to help them apply sound business thinking to their creative practice. Read More »

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