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The Top Integral Coaches

The Top Integral Coaches integral coach  / 13th October 2022

An integral Coach develops individual and organizational leadership capabilities. Integral Coaches use multiple lenses to view and understand a client’s challenges and opportunities. They help clients see challenges and opportunities from a variety of perspectives, including those of family and community, industry peers, and other business leaders with diverse backgrounds and experiences.

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Integral Coaches use multiple methods to engage with clients, including dialogue, reflection, and action. An integral coach helps individuals and organizations grow personally and professionally to achieve the maximum inherent potential of their organization. They assist clients in developing awareness of underlying assumptions, values, and beliefs, and help them identify and integrate their authentic selves and multiple perspectives into their leadership. And they help clients develop a deeper understanding of the complex challenges and opportunities facing them, and the strengths and resources they will need to respond and create meaningful change.

Each Integral coach, each with their unique style tries to help the clients and asked them what’s extraordinary about their coaching and what has endorsed their massive success.

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Joanne Hunt

Working for fifteen years in senior leadership positions in three multi-national corporations, it was Joanne’s exceptional ability to get to the ‘heart of the matter’ that enabled her to powerfully influence and lead change initiatives that ranged in scale from small groups to large-scale corporate programs.

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Not only able to envision and create, Joanne also has a unique capacity to cultivate deep commitment across diverse groups with ‘competing’ values and perspectives such that phenomenal results are attained. Coaching skills were always a part of her skill set as a corporate leader and Joanne produced significant results in improving business and individual effectiveness, leadership and change management implementation, strategic planning, and organizational restructuring while also nurturing the development of her teams.

Fiona Watt

Integral coaching is designed to build competence to better face life circumstances, to leave clients with long-term excellence, the ability to self-correct and the competence in being self-generating. Using this approach in my coaching allows me to assist with decision making and developing capacity to stay calm under stress.

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My training in integral coaching enables me to create and hold a safe space for my clients to explore new perspectives, especially within themselves, to develop self-awareness, a sought-after competency in senior leadership roles. I have also worked with clients on interpersonal relationships, communication skills and influence.

Griff Foxley

I’m a certified Integral® Coach, an entrepreneur and former COO, a strategic adviser, a writer and poet, and a champion for the cause of justice via longtime service on the boards of two foundations. For 10 years, I helped build and run a food production and ecommerce business which I still co-own.

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I received an MBA in Sustainable Management, before which I served in a variety of content, communications, and branding roles. I’m a New Yorker born-and-bred, a Los Angeleno for the bulk of my adult life, and I now live in the mountains of Colorado with my wife and three young kids.

Scott Flowers

A highly accomplished, pioneering top finance executive with extensive experience in commercial lending, business and retail banking. Sets strategies in alignment with corporate objectives, taking a broader picture to enable the development of individuals to attain goals. Continually drives top-line revenue while reducing expenses within a framework of exceptional service to secure long-term prosperity.

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Gergely Szabó

Professional business and life coaching, in a calm and safe environment. We work on your solution, whether the topic is personal life, career or anything else. Using coaching tools specifically tailored to your needs. Solution focused presenc In the coaching process (in addition to the foundational feeling/empathic presence), logic and rationality are given equal surface.

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We work, with definite, well-defined goals. You are the focus, we work for your goals, and this goal is like a guiding light, keeping our work in the right direction. This balance is the strength of the system for us.


There you have it, you’ve just read about the industry’s top Integral coaches.

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