Alastair Wyllie


I have 30 years of international experience of facilitating leadership and organisational development through executive and team coaching with C-Suite leaders, senior managers and officials in private, public and not-for-profit organisations. I also work as an organisational supervisor with individuals – leaders, coaches, ODs and consultants - and with groups for whom I provide reflective practice, shadow consulting and action inquiry services. I hold the Ashridge Action Research Doctorate in Organisational Change, a public-sector MBA (Strathclyde), a Pg Dip in Executive Coaching (ILM), a Pg Dip in Organisational Supervision (Ashridge), and a BA Hons in Drama (Bristol). I am an Ashridge-Accredited Coach and Organisational Supervisor, additionally with EMCC Global Individual Accreditations at Senior Practitioner level as a Coach – EIA20229217 – and as a Coaching Supervisor – ESIA20230015.

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Your telephone number : +44 7778 436 328
Country : United Kingdom
Your Region1: Central Scotland
Your Region2: Edinburgh
Your Region3: Glasgow
Your Region4: Aberdeen
Your Region5: London

Membership of professional bodies

  • Association of Coaching Supervisors
  • European Mentoring and Coaching Council

Coaching approach

My style is relational, conversational, systemic, improvised and pragmatic. How I am and what I do is in relation to how my clients are, what they bring, and what then unfolds between us. I pay attention to what they say, and how they say it. I am interested in their presenting issues, as well as in the relationships, situations, contexts, and cultures that enable those issues to present as they do. And my work is improvised in the moment as it happens in real time. Throughout, my approach supports and challenges my clients to notice, acknowledge and make sense of the evidence, experience and significance of their own leadership as a resource for their deliberate experiments in doing what works, and in sensing and responding to what then emerges from being positively disruptive in working towards change in themselves, and in the organisations and systems they impact and influence.