My name is Sheena Whyatt, and I empower business owners just like you to become Business Superheroes, by helping you define & create a strong personal brand through my KAPOW! Personal Branding Programme – making sure you are making the right impact for the right reasons, even when you are not in the room.
Creating a strong personal brand is critical to helping your clients, past, present and future, form an emotional connection with your brand – helping you drive more interest, gain more leads and simply do business better.
I help you develop your Knowledge, Approach, Personality, & Organisational skills together to form a strong personal brand – making sure you are Winning every time.
I work 1-2-1 with business owners online all over the world, making it really easy for you to get the advice and guidance you need to make changes fast. And four times a year, I run the exclusive KAPOW! Your Brand, Your Way workshops in Lincoln too.
Nathan Eaves, one of my KAPOW! clients said ‘KAPOW!, is like J.A.R.V.I.S to Tony Stark in Ironman. KAPOW! Superheroes benefit from Sheenas’ experiences by understanding 3 core principles to their Brand. Who they are, What they are made of, and How to find ideal people for them. Sheena releases inner super powers in you, which assist your business growth from zero to hero.’
If you’re feeling lost & without direction, if you struggle to get results from your networking, if you are hiding behind your physical branding & your business is stagnating, then I can help you find the clarity, confidence & personal branding action plan you need to move your business forward.
If you think you are ready to put your underpants on over your trousers, & be SO GOOD they can’t ignore you, grab your cape, book a 1-2-1 with me at a 4N meeting & find out more about how you can work with me.
If you’ve lost your WOW, you need to talk to me about KAPOW!
I’m still Sheena Whyatt, Caped Crusader for Your Personal Brand, Super Coach for Your Business.
But the path to get there hasn’t always been easy.
I started off wanting to join the Royal Air Force as an air traffic controller when I left school after my A levels. I passed selection and entered as an offer cadet in October 1989. But things don’t always go according to plan, and as a result of a fairly spectacular injury during training, my military career was cut short pretty early on.
What next then?
Well, I’d been lucky enough to fall in love with the man who would become my husband, and, having grown up with the RAF as the daughter of a fighter pilot – I knew better than most that I needed a ‘career’ that was portable and put downable.
My parents had a delicatessen at the time, and I ran that for a bit whilst I worked out what to do – as well as going to secretarial college to gain some skills I could actually get work with (aaa space, sss space, ddd, space, fff space – repeat!).
I started out in the administrative world taking jobs as a receptionist to begin with, encompassing secretarial roles of more and more seniority, including executive PA work, and the heady delights of working for the NAAFI out in Northern Ireland selling car insurance.
But the whole time I was continually being asked to show other colleagues how to use computers, office software, help with software upgrades and rollouts, and it slowly dawned on me that a career change was looming. So I took the opportunity as a result of another move with the RAF to change career in 1997 and began the next chapter as an IT trainer.
This kept me busy on a full time basis through another move to the south of England until September 2001. More specifically, 9th September 2001. When my whole world changed, along with everyone elses.
The only sensible thing to do when faced with your husband going off to war, and not knowing if you will ever see him again, is obviously to jack in your full time job and start up on your own as a freelance IT trainer.
So I did that.
A few years later, I was so busy I couldn’t manage my workload alone, so I got a business partner, which also seemed to be the sensible thing to do.
Fast forward a few years and I have no business, no contacts, no nothing & another new place to live courtesy of the RAF where I knew no one either.
It was time to put my big girl pants on.
I realise now that that is where the first little germ of an idea that would become KAPOW! actually started, but it took a while for me to realise it. I spent the next 4 years working my little socks off getting my new, better, more ethical training consultancy off the ground. During which time I won awards for being a great trainer, got stuck into business networking in a big way with 4Networking, got cancer, beat cancer & then got stuck in a rut.
It was whilst in that rut that I had a conversation with Stefan Thomas.
I’ve known Stefan since my early chemotherapy journey back in 2010. In fact, we often recall our first 1-2-1 together as we ended up having a good cry – not easy to explain in a networking meeting.
Stefan & I often have ‘quick chats’ on the phone for over an hour or more – and as I was ranting on about being bored with work, bored with networking, bored of ‘rinse & repeat’ in my life, he asked me a very simple question.
What do people ask you about when you have a 1-2-1 with them at networking meetings?
There it was.
It had been staring me in the face the whole time.
72 hours later, the physical branding of KAPOW! was done, the first workshop booked and I haven’t looked back since.
My passion for being the best I can be, for helping business owners do business better, for educating business owners to help them do just that now forms what I do for a living.
I couldn’t be happier.
Well, I could, if someone invented non-fattening cheese and non-hangover inducing wine. But that’s another story.
Helping small business owners simply do business better.
Earlier this week I had a coaching call with Sheena. I was out of sorts with the world and the call started with me having a 5 minute rant. By the end of the hour Sheena had turned elements of my rant into positive business offerings, shifted my focus and made me feel absolutely amazing again.
Sheena is a superstar in her own right! She has helped me grow and develop my brand to what i can only say - i am totally excited for the future of my business. Not only has she given me the confidence in my brand but her proven knowledge provides valuable advantage over other business mentors.
Hands down the best coaching courses I have been on. I came away not only with skills and knowledge, but a confidence that I could succeed, make and build a business and be supported throughout as I grew. The ongoing coaching sessions from Sheena were invaluable in maintaining momentum. xxx
|Last online||27th Feb 2020|
|Member since||10th Mar 2010|
|Number of testimonials||25|
|4N ranking||271 in the UK|