Georgina Woudstra

Georgina Woudstra

Founder & Principal, Team Coaching Studio

London, United Kingdom


Georgina Woudstra

Session Length: 75 minutes
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Sitting in the Fire: The Journey to Team Coaching Mastery

Session Summary: 

The fast-growing field of Team Coaching offers an exciting opportunity for coaches to deliver larger organizational programmes that can make a much bigger difference across organizational systems. However, teams are complex, and their needs are different to the needs of the clients who come for individual coaching.  

Team coaching can often be challenging and team coaches need to master different skills to thrive and to make a meaningful difference to the teams they coach. In this session, we will look at the journey to team coaching mastery and what it takes to “sit in the fire”. 

In this session, Georgina is in dialogue with Caroll Macey, they look at the journey to team coaching mastery and what it takes to “sit in the fire”.  

Speaker Bio: 

Over the last 25 years, Georgina has built a strong reputation as a professional Individual and Team Coach, coaching Chief Executives, senior board members, and top boardroom teams.  

Georgina is a core member of a global working party looking into professionalising team coaching. One of the primary objectives of this working party is to define team coaching competencies that can guide coaches from different backgrounds, training, experience and geography.  

Georgina first trained as a coach in 1992 with Perceptions Inc. and went on to study with Corporate Coach University alongside many other approaches including Transactional Analysis, Systems and Gestalt. She is an ICF MCC (Master Certified Coach) and has become a highly sought after and respected authority on Team Coaching. 

The interviewer, Carroll Macey has more than 20 years, experience working with leaders and teams, coaching and developing potential. She has been described by clients as “a breath of fresh air, insightful”. As a co-author of “The Mindful Approach to Working Life,” her coaching stance raises the awareness of leaders and teams in how to thrive in the 21st Century.

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