Alastair Wyllie


Over 18 years experience as an executive coach, facilitator, consultant and project manager with blue-chip companies and public-sector organisations. Industry sectors include oil and gas, drinks, fast moving consumer goods, and finance. Public sectors include foreign affairs, spatial planning and sustainable development, economic development, employment and incapacity, social services, health and higher education. International experience includes the Middle East, the Far East, Latin America, the US and extensively throughout Europe. Pg. Dip. Leadership Mentoring and Executive Coaching, ILM Level 7 Pg. Cert. Transactional Analysis Counselling Theory & Skills, CPTI Edinburgh Cert. NLP Practitioner Accredited PRINCE2 Practitioner Accredited to administer MBTI, FIRO-B, TKI, International Profiler, Denison Organisational Cultural Survey MBA, Strathclyde BA Hons Drama, Bristol

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Membership of professional bodies

  • European Mentoring and Coaching Council

Coaching approach

I am passionate about supporting my coachees to discover and affirm their ability to lead self and others, and bring about the change they desire in themselves. They are then better able to question, influence and change the performance and behaviours of those they lead and the wider organisations of which they are part. My practice is influenced by my understanding of transactional analysis (TA). Fundamental to TA are its philosophical assumptions that people are OK, that they have the capacity to think for themselves, and that they are capable of bringing about the changes they desire in themselves. I value these beliefs in the intrinsic worth of me and my coachee, in the autonomy of my coachee, and in his or her potential and capability to bring about change. It means that I guard against both rescuing and directing. My coachee is able to make his or her own decisions.