supervision for coaches


Trudi Newton (TSTA)

Hilary Cochrane (MCC)

Trudi has extensive training and supervisory experience in the fields of coaching, social work, adult education and counselling, and over the past few years has successfully run in-house supervision programmes for Coaching Development, successfully launching the first full Coaching Supervision Training to be recognised by the ICF.
She has an active practice supervising coaches who are working in both the Executive and Life coaching fields, all of whom are either currently accredited to the ICF as ACC, PCC or MCC or are actively working towards their accreditation.
Trudi is qualified and accredited as a supervisor by the European Transactional Analysis Association and the International Transactional Analysis Association (ITAA). In addition, Trudi is an education and training consultant, a writer and researcher on adult learning, and a founder member of Institute of Developmental TA (IDTA), a professional association for those using TA in organisations.
She has a particular interest in new and radical approaches to learning.

Hilary has been an executive coach for 12 years, working with individuals and groups in both large multinational organisations and smaller, niche companies in the UK, US, Asia and Europe. She is an MCC (Master Certified Coach) of the International Coach Federation and over the last four years has become increasingly passionate about the value of supervision for coaches (and their clients). Hilary is certified as a Coaching Development Coach Supervisor, actively working with a dozen coaches in 1:1 supervision. She continues to contribute strongly to Coaching Development's programmes through her roles as a certificate course mentor and an assessor for our diploma students.
Hilary's previous 20 years in the IT industry in consulting, sales and management, and a first career in the theatre, have helped her gain a real breadth of understanding of the dynamic of personal and group change. Her core competencies are in creating the environment for sustainable change to happen easily and in being able to make the extraordinary ordinary and accessible, particularly in a business context. Increasingly she has become interested in how we enable and support the spiritual dimension of individuals in the context of work.



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