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Tracy Sinclair

  • World Leading Leadership Development Designer & ICF Global Board Director

Tracy Sinclair Biography

Tracy Sinclair is a Corporate Executive and Board Level Coach, a leadership development designer and facilitator who has worked with a wide range of organisations, within the UK and internationally. Drawing on her broad experience in the field, Tracy works with business leaders, executives and leaders to support and enhance their professional and personal development and to develop coaching cultures within organisations.

Tracy’s clients describe her as “insightful, intuitive, professional, powerful and warm”. She says: “I love to work with organisations, individuals and teams who want to be at their best and reach their fullest potential and for people to feel fulfilled and motivated in their work and broader lives. There is a big difference between thriving in your role and simply getting through the day. Transformational positive change and learning is achieved through a conversation that results in you thinking and acting differently. I will have that conversation with you!”

During her corporate career, Tracy held leadership positions within EMEA Operations for Bank of America, International Operations for Lloyds Register Quality Assurance and Quality Consultancy for American Express, EMEA. Since 1997, she has developed her own business in the field of coaching and leadership development. Tracy splits her time between developing leaders’ own coaching capability as a core leadership competence and the broader development of the coaching profession and the coaching community.

In addition to her corporate work, Tracy regularly enjoys consulting in schools, teaching coaching, non-verbal intelligence and advanced communication skills to teachers, students and parents alike.

Tracy is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) with the International Coach Federation (ICF). She is also a trained Coaching Supervisor, Mentor Coach and an ICF Assessor. She also specialises in working with organisations to support them in enhancing performance and engagement through the development of coaching culture. She currently sits on various UK, EMEA and Global ICF working groups to promote and enhance professional coaching. Tracy was the President of the UK ICF from 2013-2014 and has been a ICF Global Board Director since 2016, serving as Treasurer in 2017, Global Chair in 2018 and currently holding the position of Immediate Past Global Chair.

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Tracy Sinclair

  • World Leading Leadership Development Designer & ICF Global Board Director
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The Power of Coaching for Systemic Change and Performance

Session length: 45 minutes

2019-05-31T09:00:00-04:00 Friday, May 31st 9:00 EDT

The development and evolution of coaching in recent years is unquestionable and the many benefits of coaching at the level of the individual, group and team are well documented. Currently, one of the major growth areas is how coaching is being positively leveraged within organisations to support change and performance at a broader and systemic level. This pre-summit session will position the impact and role of coaching within organisations by taking a look at some of the research based evidence for how coaching is being used as a strategic resource. In 2018 the International Coach Federation (ICF) completed a significant research study with the Human Capital Institute (HCI) on building a coaching culture for change management.

This session will explore some of that research to demonstrate the compelling link between coaching and more effective change management and indeed how that also relates to enhanced performance for the organisation. The session will provide valuable insights, data and resources for coaches, organisations and other professionals to help understand what is the important role coaching can play at the systemic level and why that is so important and beneficial. Following on from this session, the summit session in November will go on to explore in more depth how coaching can be implemented for maximum effect and positive impact.

Key Learning Takeaways

  1. The role and impact of coaching at an organisational/systemic level.
  2. The relationship between coaching and effective change management and enhanced performance.
  3. How to more effectively communicate how coaching can be leveraged as a strategic resource within organisations.
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Tracy Sinclair

  • World Leading Leadership Development Designer & ICF Global Board Director
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How to Fully Leverage the Power of Coaching for Systemic Change and Performance

Session length: 90 minutes

2019-11-07T09:00:00-05:00 Thursday, November 7th 9:00 EDT

In our pre-summit session, we shared some compelling data from the 2018 International Coach Federation (ICF)/Human Capital Institute (HCI) research on building a coaching culture for change management. This positioned what is happening with the growth and development of coaching within organisations and why coaching is a powerful strategic tool for systemic change and increased performance at the individual, team and organisational levels.

In this session, we explore in more depth how coaching can be implemented for maximum effect and positive impact. We begin by looking at some case studies of organisations who have successfully integrated coaching into their practices and processes to create what is called a “coaching culture” and we will share the key criteria that define and differentiates an organisation when working towards and achieving this goal.

This is followed by exploring the role of the coach practitioner in this process and how they can become a strategic resource to their organisational clients. The session will also look at the broader context and how coaching for systemic change and performance creates opportunity for people and organisations to thrive within the VUCA environment and what is sometimes called the “4th industrial or digital revolution”.

Finally, we will also share stories, examples, and anecdotes from our own experiences as coach practitioners and coaching culture specialists and seek input and questions from the audience to further enrich the discussion.

Key Learning Takeaways

  1. Understanding how some organisations have achieved greater success in change management and performance through integrating coaching at a systemic level.
  2. Knowing the criteria for how to define and develop a “coaching culture”.
  3. Exploring ways to become a strategic resource to organisational clients, thereby helping them to maximise the power of coaching for their people and their business results.