Colin Wilson


Colin is a lifelong performer, coach and coach educator with an additional specialism in translating elite sport principles to non-sport performance contexts. Awarded the Certificate in the Supervision of Executive Coaches, Mentors and Organisation Consultants by Bath Consultancy Group 2009-13. National award-winning executive team coach. Experience of consulting or coaching in global IT, engineering, global automotive, City finance, quasi-Government and elite sport. Senior stakeholder/C-suite relationship manager. Coaching experience to FTSE100/Fortune200 and Global Director level. Double Commonwealth silver medalist. Ex-senior national manager Accreditations in many psychometrics including MBTI, Facet5, Strengths Deployment, EQi, MTQ48 Mental Toughness, Business Athlete methodology.

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Membership of professional bodies

  • Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development
  • European Mentoring and Coaching Council

Coaching approach

My personal philosophy centres on a belief in human potential, combining humanitarianism with the need for ground-breaking performance and leadership at all levels of society. My basic coaching philosophy is grounded in Rogerian/Socratic principles with the coach a sophisticated facilitator of reflective learning, though I can be semi-directive where needed. Working for clients in complex, strategic or critical situations, my main focus is on systemic transformational coaching involving the ‘7-eyed model’ of therapeutic and coaching supervision (ref. Hawkins and Smith, 2006). This links the intrapersonal, interpersonal and systemic factors affecting client performance. It provides a safe, open space for self-challenge and experimentation and enables the client to form a comprehensive system view. I recognise that models are only models and work flexibly and intuitively for outcomes.

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