An experienced coach, team coach and coaching supervisor with a background in NLP, Clean Language and Symbolic Modelling, working globally both one-to-one and with groups.
Lynne has been coaching leaders and teams for 20 years and has been supervising coaches and coaching supervisors since 2009. An Accredited Master Executive Coach and CSA Accredited Coaching Supervisor, she is a course tutor on two accredited coach training courses and is part of the CSA faculty.
Lynne maintains a strong relational presence and an approach to coaching supervision that integrates an extensive range of tools and psychological models. She brings a grounded approach to working in reflective partnership to find new perspectives and insights, with humour, empathy, support and where appropriate, challenge.
Lynne was made Honorary Life Fellow of the Association for Coaching (AC) in 2013 for her contribution to the coaching profession. She is a member of the Association of Coaching Supervisors and the AC’s Coaching Special Interest Group in Coaching Supervision. A business graduate, she is an NLP Master Practitioner, Certified Clean Facilitator and Language and Behaviour Profile Practitioner.
As former AC UK Vice Chair and AC UK Head of Standards & Accreditation, Lynne is well-versed in coaching ethics. Having been involved in the AC’s Coach, Coaching Supervisor, Coach and Coaching Supervisor Training accreditation since 2010 she is well-placed to support those working towards accreditation.
Lynne has worked in a broad range of organisations with a good grasp of the systemic complexities of coaching with multiple stakeholders. Her first career encompassed leadership roles in marketing and communications across a range of sectors. She is the co-developer of The Five-Minute Coach and a pioneer in the application of Clean approaches to organisational interventions.
Lynne’s publications include The Five-Minute Coach – improve performance rapidly (2012), Business NLP for Dummies (2008), plus contributions to other books and coaching journals.