MAP Leader: Clive Maxheath
Men's Personal Development Coach
Having coached 1-2-1 and in groups for over 6 years, my coaching empowers men to be inter-dependant, authentically successful and deeply fulfilled. My experience is underpinned with specialised Co-Active coaching training from the Coaches Training Institute (CTI) and an executive coaching qualification from the Institute of Training and Occupational Learning (ITOL)
Men in my programs have conquered challenges including starting a new business, losing ski slope virginity, launching a debut album & kicking the smoking habit.
Outside personal development I am a keen squash player and love to travel - having visited countries in six out of seven continents on my explorations (Antarctica is still on the list).
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Find out more about my personal life experiences within the blog articles here:
- Dec 28, 2016 Mud races and obstacle courses - A ‘Tough Guy' challenge story Dec 28, 2016
- Nov 18, 2015 Mid-twenties crisis to working as a men’s coach Nov 18, 2015
- May 2, 2015 Road to the ring - A boxing rites of passage May 2, 2015
- Nov 14, 2014 Undercover agent finds men’s groups Nov 14, 2014
My mission and personal values are here:
I lead a vibrant men’s coaching movement that:
- Provides a space for men to gain clarity with their personal vision and mission.
- Focuses on both the ‘doing’ and ‘being’ elements of life's work.
- Supports and challenges men to execute on aligned personal tasks/goals.
1) The foundational pillars of sleep, diet, exercise and good rest
This value is a all about respecting the basics required for good health, mindset and work results. There have been many times in my life that I have assumed something major is wrong, however 90% of them time when I come back to these foundations I find an answer. I need these elements to operate at my peak and do my best work. They are the foundation of my value set.
2) A mindset of positive realism
The key aspect of positive realism is that I dream big – then setting specific, realistic, tangible goals. The attitude of positive realism combines the mind state of the visionary, with that of the realist. Positive realism is a huge value for me and at the very soul of how I have developed and continue to lead my life. This value sits at the very centre of my coaching work, is a growing part of my teaching and is at the spiritual centre of who I am as a person.
3) Fairness and Win-Win outcomes
Fairness has always been a central value for me. Over time I have learnt I can increase my chances of being fair by giving other people the time and consideration they deserve. Seeking a win-win outcome where both parties are benefitting in all exchanges is a huge way in which I hold myself accountable to fairness. A constantly challenging value to uphold, I continue to learn new and better ways of standing true to the value as I grow personally and within my business.
4) Honour and Respect
Respect and honour the responsibilities that come with being human. To the earth, to animals to one another. To be grateful, maintain personal integrity and be true to who I am. Be true to my word, honouring important family commitments and being a good friend. Respecting other peoples ways of lives, differing experiences and perspectives.
Interdependence is the mutual reliance between two people or more (for example in a team or group). This concept differs from the reliance in a dependent relationship where one person (or more) is dependent on the other. It's about first taking responsibility for oneself and becoming 'independent' before then progressing to become a useful, contributing and receiving member of a partnership or team - 'interdependent'. In my experience any successful, lasting personal growth experience will have this value at is centre and I embody and grow interdependency in all my coaching relationships.