If you’re reading this, I’m guessing you are passionate about becoming the best coach you can possibly be.

You absolutely love the process of working with your clients to uncover all their talents, their resourcefulness and their capacity for change. You believe that everyone has the ability to achieve their dreams and ambitions – when they have the right mindset and the right support.

You’ve always been a questioner and a learner, and now as a coach you have an insatiable curiosity to get to the bottom of who you are, what your talents and blind spots are, and where your coaching sweet spot is – because you want to show up fully present and authentic when you are coaching.   And you know the dark side of that – you constantly want to know more and be better, and can become bogged down in analysis paralysis, looking for the “right way – the perfect question”.  And you are your own harshest judge.

Maybe you’ve come to coaching after some successful other career milestones, where you did really well, but often felt that things didn’t quite “fit” for you.  There seemed to be something missing – the successes and achievements were not fully satisfying.  With coaching, you’ve found the level of people connection and the opportunity to make a real contribution to people’s lives that makes your heart sing.  You know this is what you should be doing.

Maybe you are an internal coach – the most challenging coaching of all.  You love the work of coaching, but you are constantly having to deal with the complexity of dual relationships and conflicting role expectations, or confidentiality concerns, or trying to remain detached from and objective about the system to which in fact you belong.

If this sounds like you, read on….

My name is Sandy, and I have been a trusted confidante, coach and advisor to hundreds of leaders and coaches for over thirty years.  I know what it’s like to be an innovator, a ground breaker, a disrupter, as I’ve walked with people seeking insight and change on their professional and personal journey.  I know what it takes to challenge embedded habits that hinder, and to inspire transformation to new ways of thinking and doing.

As a Coach Supervisor, what I do is what I believe.

And what I believe is that you have within you everything you need to be the coach you aspire to be.  You have all the talents, ability, capacity for change, resourcefulness, intention and magnificence it takes.  You are that coach right now.

Coaching Supervision will illuminate, celebrate and activate all that, to make all of you available.

Sandy has a wonderful way of creating a safe space to stretch.  I have been able to reflect on my current practice as a coach and really see my strengths and how to use these to better help my clients.

Sophia Bernard, Sophia Bernard Consulting


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