Tracy Sinclair has more than 20 years experience in leadership development, and she currently works with managers and leaders to develop their coaching capability as a core leadership competence. Tracy also specialises in working with a wide range of organisations to support the development of coaching cultures and most recently developed an offering that focuses on social impact.

Master Certified Coach (MCC), Tracy is dedicated to the development of the coaching profession and the coaching community. She works as an international Corporate Executive and Board Level Coach, and she has served on the International Coaching Federation Global Board of Directors since 2016, in a variety of positions including Treasurer, Global Chair and currently serves as Vice Chair and Director at Large on the International Coaching Federation Global Enterprise Board.

She was recently named as one of the Leading Global Coaches winners of the Thinkers50 Marshall Goldsmith Coaching Awards of 2019. Tracy is co-author of Becoming a Coach: The Essential ICF Guide book with Jonathan Passmore and has been featured on several podcasts and news outlets as an industry thought leader.

“Tracy delivers a clear and concise message that is engaging, inspirational and hugely knowledgeable.”

Katarina Callaghan, ACC
Halmstad, Sweden 

Speaking Topics

A global overview of coaching in today’s world. Tracking the rapid growth and development of this new profession. Trends, opportunities and threats. How coaching is being used around the world and what future has in store for coaching.

Exploring and understanding the psychology behind how and why a coaching approach works in service of personal and professional development and growth. Identifying how proven psychological principles are embedded within the core competencies of coaching and how to bring those to life in coaching practice.

Coaching as a strategic resource in support of organisational culture development: reviewing key characteristics, success stories and compelling reasons for leveraging coaching for organisational success. Simple steps and building blocks that any organisation can take towards enhancing culture and performance with coaching.
Understanding how and where coaching fits into a leader’s toolkit. Understanding the value of developing the coaching muscle as a powerful leadership and communication style for enhanced engagement, accountability and performance.
The compelling reasons why coaching should be for the many and not just for the few. Using coaching to more fully leverage and support positive societal change and progress.

“While Tracy spoke, my curiosity deepened. During the session, ambiguities cleared and key points connected more clearly; then as she interacted with the learners, I wanted to take what she shared and practice it. More than knowledge, she shared skills wrapped in motivation, leading to change in the learners.”

Allan Depp, PCC, Vice President, ICF Saudi Arabia Chapter
“Tracy is an engaging speaker and she delivers her presentation in a manner that is easy to understand. She has a warm, loving and kind presence and is a radiant and positive person. … Tracy was very inspirational and was able to give our audience insight into the world of team coaching and its benefits.”
Lilja Gunnarsdóttir, President, ICF Iceland Chapter