Appointments & Fees

If you are interested in any of the services offered here, I am happy to meet for a consultation free of charge. Please email me and indicate:

  1. What you would like to discuss (coaching, consulting, community conversations)
  2. When you would like to meet
  3. Where would you like to meet (my practice space on Lover’s Lane in Paget, your office, somewhere else)

I will return your email within 24 hours. At the conclusion of our initial meeting we will discuss a way forward. If you need to reflect on our conversation before making a commitment that is understandable. I only ask that you provide me with your intentions within two weeks of our initial conversation so that I can plan accordingly.

Fees

Given the uniqueness of each relationship or consulting assignment, I work with each client individually to create the right payment structure. I am currently practicing a “pay what you can” approach to fees as I wish to serve my community and the world without the barriers sometimes created by set fees. There are benchmarks for the different services and that can be reviewed and discussed if desired. This approach to establishing an appropriate fee and relationship structure needs to be balanced with the need to ensure my own economy is valued and that my commitments are covered.

Some interesting facts and figures about coaching can be found here. This will give you a sense of the profession globally and fees charged in different parts of the world. This data gives me an anchor when speaking to clients about the value of coaching.

Each client should see an engagement with Transform as an investment in themselves or their organisation so I ask at each engagement for my clients to think about what that investment should be for them.

If you are interested in the “Pay What you Want/Can” idea/approach – visit www.tommorkes.com.

“You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you. What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make.”

Jane Goodall