Sally Bogle, Faculty Member
“In all my work I believe it’s vital to meet people where they are, to create with them a safe and supportive space in which they can pause and really notice what’s going on. From this place they are more able to hear challenge, to challenge themselves, experiment and create new ways forward.”
— Sally Bogle
Sally Bogle is a coach and facilitator, with a strong belief in human potential
and in the power of relationship and dialogue to create change, deepen self
and collective belief and develop resilience.
Her work focuses on 1:1 coaching, coach training and leadership
development. She has been coaching for over 20 years and has considerable
experience of coaching those preparing for or transitioning into more senior
roles and helping individuals and teams work through turbulence and change.
She has been a facilitator on coach-training programmes for the European
Mentoring & Coaching Council, ILM and post-graduate programmes since
Sally developed her facilitation, and coaching skills and a strong
understanding of group dynamics and organisational development through 9
years in the Learning & Development team at Unite Students, as the business
went through exponential growth. As L&D Director she was instrumental in
developing the use of a combination of coaching, mentoring and action inquiry
for the development of senior leaders.
Since becoming an independent coach in 2008, she has worked in public,
private and not-for-profit organisations. She particularly enjoys working with
entrepreneurial businesses, SME’s and charities and runs an open action
inquiry-based leadership development programme.
Sally is a European Mentoring & Coaching Council EIA Senior Coach
Practitioner. She holds an MSc in Organisational Development from
Middlesex University and an MSc in Coaching & Development from
Portsmouth University. She has also studied with the Institute of Group
Analysis. She is currently training to be a coach supervisor.
She has been a mindfulness practitioner for several years and has taught
mindfulness and mindfulness-based practices in several client organisations.
She is co-founder and Trustee of The Mindful Life, a charity that supports
unpaid carers to develop skills around mindfulness and self-care.