Mark Bisson is a leadership and executive coach with experience in strategic transformation. He started his career as a civil engineer and then moved on to senior management roles in strategy and performance. This was followed by leadership roles in Children’s social care, Education and Youth services before starting his consultancy business. Mark has been coaching and mentoring for 22 years with senior management and executive clients in the commercial, public and 3rd sectors. He also specialises in mental health and well-being coaching. Mark is author of Coach Yourself First- A coach’s guide to self- reflection. He has an M.A. in applied coaching and is accredited as PCC with the International Coaching Federation. He is also a university lecturer. In 2019 Mark published George: The Cat who Lost His Confidence, a book aimed at supporting children in building their inner confidence through the use of coaching approaches.
Mark is motivated by a desire to support individuals learn, develop and gain new awareness about themselves. He believes that enabling the client to adjust their relationship with a topic and to shift their attitude, assumptions, beliefs, thinking or behaviour is key to them identifying new goals and building personal responsibility to take action.
Mark is inspired by…
A quote from Paulo Freire from his book Pedagogy of the Oppressed “Looking at the past must only be a means of understanding more clearly what and who you are – so you can more wisely build the future. “