I am Gerrit Pelzer, a Coach Supervisor and Executive Coach.
Born and raised in Germany, I have spent a great deal of my life in Asia. I have been coaching executives
full-time since 2010 with a focus on senior leaders in multinational corporations.
has helped me immensely in my pursuit to become the best coach I can be. The positive experience from group supervision and individual coaching supervision prompted me to become a coach supervisor myself. The exceptional academic reputation of Oxford Brookes University made my choice easy, and I decided for the 'Professional Certificate of Advanced Study in Coaching Supervision'
with Tatiana Bachkirova and Peter Jackson.
In our coaching supervision sessions, I will create a safe environment in which you can reflect and gain new insights that will help you advance your coaching practice. As your coach supervisor, my purpose is to help you be the best coach you can be, enjoy your coaching more, and have even more success with your clients.
I like to describe my approach to coaching supervision as systemic, integrative, and informed by applied neuroscience: an understanding of how the human brain and mind impact our way of being, thinking, and acting.
A client of mine once stated that my coaching supervision is "more than just upgrading skills" and "focused on the most important coaching tool—showing up as your best, most authentic self."
Coaching Qualifications and Experience
I hold Professional Certified Coach (PCC) credentials from the International Coaching Federation (ICF), and I am a founding member and former Vice President of the ICF Bangkok Chapter. I am also a Founding Partner of the ION Partnership (International Organizational Neuroscience) and a member of the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC).Other Professional Experience
I was awarded a doctoral degree in natural science and a master's degree in chemistry from the Technical University of Aachen, Germany, and I have over twelve years of corporate experience in senior roles in the chemical industry in Europe and Asia. As an Adjunct Professor, I also teach the leadership module in the Executive MBA program of the Institute for Management.Apart from Work
I am happily married, buy more books than I can ever read, and find balance by regularly lifting (quite light) weights in the gym. I also love to travel when I can.Would you like to learn more about how coaching supervision can help you become a better coach? Then contact me now for a short complimentary consultation via email or through the contact form below.