Inside Business First: Butterfly Coaching
Butterfly Coaching recently moved into our contemporary offices at Northlight Parade in Pendle, a beautiful Grade II listed mill complex.
The company which specialises in offering coaching, development and wellbeing for professional, personal and life skills, recently launched a brand new website: www.butterflycoaching.co.uk
With over 30 years experience in Human Resource Management and People Development, working with some of the largest and most successful organisations across the globe, we caught up with Butterfly Coaching founder and head coach Simon Stead…
What’s your business called?
Butterfly Coaching & Development
What do you do?
We help professional businesses and people to improve their business through coaching and training.
Principally we use a range of behavioural and occupational psychological tools to coach people to achieve their goals. Whether personal, business or in life and health.
How many are in your team, and which Business First location are you in?
There are just two in the team at the moment, based in Northlight, Pendle.
What makes your business different to competitors?
We have over 30 years’ experience in people management and development, and are qualified in a wide range of tools and related therapies. We have also helped people through difficult periods that have made them stronger and more resilient for the future.
Why did you decide to operate from Business First?
I am local to the area and Northlight is simply an amazing space, regenerated from the unique history and industry of East Lancashire.
When did you first move into your office?
We moved in here in February 2022.
What benefits do you get from operating from Business First?
We have a wonderful space here, with great service and flexibility.
Would you recommend Business First to other SMEs?
What’s next for your business?
We have recently launched our brand new website and from there hope to move up to a private office space as we grow.
We also plan to run some workshops for other businesses in the building to help them improve and grow.