Bernadette Cass PCC is an executive coach and coach supervisor with 25 years of corporate experience at a senior level in BP, London Underground, Estée Lauder and Gillette International, where she used coaching to build high-achieving teams and deliver business benefit. Her interests are in delivering sustainable change and inviting clients to create options for change. Recent coaching clients have included Money Saving Expert, Cadbury, Lloyds TSB, Mars, Santander and Doncaster Borough Council.
Bernadette is an ambassador for the International Coach Federation and accredited to PCC level. She supports coaches at all stages of their professional development, supervising and coach mentoring those who are preparing for professional exams.
Diane Clutterbuck PCC CCS AEPS specialises in coaching, coach supervision and related training. She is passionate about the value and the power of coaching and deeply committed to raising and maintaining standards in the coaching profession. Diane holds the PCC credential of the ICF and is a certified coach supervisor. She is also a Senior Accredited Member of the Association of Pastoral Supervisors and Educators (APSE) and a founding director of the Institute of Pastoral Supervision and Reflective Practice.
Amanda Harrington is a coaching psychologist, working with individuals and teams to improve awareness, personal and collaborative performance. She is accredited to ACC with the
International Coaching Federation. Amanda’s current priorities are individual and team coaching, coach supervision and developing coaching skills in line managers. Her PhD research explores how
people make sense of feedback and has led to the development of a face-to-face process for 360-degree feedback.
Twenty years experience of working within both the private and public sectors has provided a strong learning and development track record including management and team development, action learning, graduate programmes, mentoring, assessment centres and programme evaluation.
Patrick Hobbs MA PCC MAC CCS is a highly experienced international executive coach and coach supervisor who for years has been creating beauty, possibility and change. Coming from a background in the arts, creative enterprise, supporting people and growing businesses, he has worked with leaders across 30 countries in organisations including Aviva, Barclays Bank, Cadbury, GSK, IHG, Kraft/Mondelez, Lloyds Banking Group, McKinsey, Philips, Reuters and Unilever as well as several schools and charities. Based in the Netherlands and the UK, he is a Professional Certified Coach with the International Coach Federation, a member of the Association for Coaching , the European Mentoring and Coaching Council and the Association of Coaching Supervisors, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and a licensed MBTI practitioner. He enjoys skiing, open spaces and all kinds of creativity.
Steve Page M.Ed., MInstLM, BACP registered (accred.) Steve undertakes coaching with individuals and teams in leadership roles in public and education sectors and also in the voluntary sector. In addition he has a counselling and supervision practice based in North Yorkshire. His background includes therapeutic community work, individual, group and team development and training, in addition to 13 years in student services senior management roles in Higher Education.
Steve is co-creator of the cyclical model of supervision, one of the leading supervision frameworks and he undertakes training of supervisors in a number of settings. He is particularly interested in the relational underpinnings of the helping professions and the use of the internal experience of the practitioner as a rich source of information about the client and their context. He is currently the supervision specialist on the executive committee of the Coaching Division of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy.
Leda Turai MA PCC CCS is a leadership coach, trainer and supervisor. Based in Lithuania, she has worked with a number of leading organisations across Eastern Europe, specialising in the financial services sector. Trained in linguistics and psychology, she worked as a university lecturer, interpreter and translator, and was awarded the Knights Cross of the Order of Merit for services to the Republic of Hungary. Leda is accredited to PCC level with the International Coaching Federation. She is an ICF assessor and mentor coach, past President of ICF Lithuania, active contributor of various European and Global ICF working groups, as well as a member of the European Mentoring and Coaching Council. Languages: English, Hungarian, Lithuanian and Finnish.
The next free supervision taster session takes place on 11 January 2018.
Use the contact form to request an information pack or to book a place.
Coach supervision supports us to be at our best for our clients, and to grow, develop and thrive.
Small online groups working together on a private platform for mutual learning and development.
Our next meeting dates are Tuesday 21 November, when the topic will be Positive Games, and Friday 1 December
Establishing the Coaching Agreement - Thursday 7 December at 6pm.
How do coaches partner with clients to achieve their goal for each session within the context of acheiving the overall goals of the coaching programme? How do we recognise when the coaching agreement may need to be adjusted?
Book here for this International Coach Federation free coach development event. ICF CCEUS are available to participants.