Since graduating from The Art & Science of Coaching in 2013, Guy has been passionate about making coaching applicable and accessible to all. Over the past few years, he has worked extensively with individuals, start-ups and companies around the world to help them create, promote and sustain powerful conversations which make a positive difference - in their own lives, and in the lives of others.
Guy holds a PCC (Professional Certified Coach) credential from the International Coaching Federation, and specializes in coaching for personal development and professional fulfillment, with a keen interest in mental-health support coaching and working with people who are neruo-divergenet or HSP’s (Highly Sensitive Persons).
As an approved facilitator of The Art & Science of Coaching, Guy brings his unique style and coaching experience to support Erickson’s coaches-to-be to find their unique coaching voice, to make a distinct contribution to people’s lives - and promote the industry as a whole. Most recently, Guy was nominated for a 2023 ICF Global Coaching Impact award, named amongst the top three emerging coach trainers in the world by the International Coaching Federation.
In addition to his work as a coach and trainer, Guy works as a journalist and communications strategist based in Dublin, Ireland. Prior to becoming a certified coach, Guy worked in the Dublin headquarters of Google and Facebook. Harnessing the the power of social media, Guy stays true to the Erickson Principles, and encourages open, solution-focused conversations with over 120,000 followers in Ireland and around the world.
Get to know Guy Woods
Over the past 20 years, I am most proud of the journey I’ve been on to become the person I am today. Through life experiences, lessons and a solution-focused mindset, I have been able to create a life which is true to me and my unique vision.
To me, transformation is more than simply change. It is a deep, complex and often ongoing process of alignment, re-configuration and and re-invention. As coaches, we have the honor, power and responsibility to make every conversation provide clarity and fuel for such transformations to occur. Each one of us, whether coach or client, holds the power to change the world with our words and actions. If we wish to transform the world into a better place, it could all come down to a single action, thought, or powerful question.
Thanks to the solution-focused methodology shared by Erickson, I have been able to begin and stay the course of my own transformation journey. The journey is far from complete (is it ever, really?) but I have experienced tremendous growth, personal and professional success due to developing a coaching mindset.