Bernadette Cass

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Professional Certified Coach (PCC)
Bernadette is inspired by working with those who want to be at their best. Her coaching is powerful, developmental and results focussed. She invites people to access their own potency, build on their strengths and create new options and awareness, developing authentic ways of working and being. She specialises in transition coaching, assisting others to create sustainable change and adapt to changing circumstances. Bernadette is a developmental coach supervisor, and her intention is support coaches to develop their skills and awareness so that they flourish and grow. She holds an ‘I’m OK You’re OK’ approach to supervision, co-creating learning relationships based on trust. Bernadette also mentors and provides skills development feedback for coaches preparing for professional accreditation, and she runs ICF core competency development groups in York.

I support people teams and organisations to grow and thrive. I have a strong business background, having held Board level roles for major organisations such as Gillette, London Underground and BP. As IT Director I was responsible for creating IT strategy and delivering global change programmes, and this experience developed my interest in developing effective teams and creating long term sustainable change. I used coaching to support people to deliver their objectives.
I completed my coach training with Coaching Development in 2007, becoming an ICF accredited coach in 2008. I completed an ICF approved coach supervision programme, and I’m currently working towards a qualification in Transactional Analysis in Organisations.

Groups, Face to face, Telephone, Skype
Mentoring
Yorkshire
Business, Corporate, Educational and Academic, Entrepreneurial, Executive, Grief and Bereavement, Leadership, Management, Multi-Cultural, Relationship, Transitions
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