Business mentor wants to help organisations Keep on Keeping On
A BUSINESS coach has established a service that aims to help charities and community groups raise their game.
Natasha McCreesh, the founder of coaching and mentoring business PIP to Grow Strong, has launched a monthly coaching and mentoring clinic in Kirklees, West Yorkshire, for third sector organisations.
The clinic, known as KOKO sessions (Keep On Keeping On), will provide organisations with the support they need to help them keep growing.
Ms McCreesh said: “Although I am a trustee for Hoot Creative Arts and a volunteer supporter of the Huddersfield Town Foundation, this alone just didn’t feel like enough.
“I want to offer a service which positively impacts upon my own community and the KOKO sessions are meant just for that.”
Vicky Brennan, business development director at Hoot Creative Arts, said: “Natasha has been an incredible support to our organisation, giving us so much more than we ever asked for or thought was possible.”
To discover more and sign up to the KOKO Sessions, visit http://piptogrowstrong.co.uk/ koko-sessions/
NATASHA MCCREESH: ‘I want to offer a service which positively impacts upon my own community.’