About Samantha

Samantha Jayasuriya is an Executive coach with a background in Education. She has worked in three diverse schools in London.  She trained as a coach in 2015 to help build a resilient and forward thinking profession.

Samantha works with clients to help them realise their potential, using her expertise to help build resilience in self and in teams. Her coaching sessions help people move from conflict to courage, coping to change, complacency to curiosity and complicity to community.

Samantha has been passionate about looking for positive outcomes in work. She helps you build connections with your values and helps you to find meaning in what you do; however, the clients always lead the way.

Clients who work with Samantha will find time to think and reflect on their profession in a non-judgemental space and remind themselves that work should be enjoyed. Enjoyment of your job will then lead to you being creative in thoughts and in deeds.

Samantha also works with individuals who know that they want to make a change in their life, with a focus on reducing stress and boosting their wellbeing.  Her Mbit coach training is used to help align the thinking from your whole body.  By helping you align your head, heart and gut you can be confident moving forward with your decisions.

Samantha is committed to on-going professional development and has regular supervision.  She is currently very interested in new research in the field of neuroscience.

Samantha lives in North London and seeks to live a creative life.


Professional Qualifications

Certificate in Coaching Practice 2015
Academy of Executive Coaching

Practitioner Diploma in Executive Coaching 2016
Academy of Executive Coaching

Resilience Accreditation 2017
Academy of Executive Coaching

Certified MBit Coach 2018 

Professional Memberships

In order to be up to date with good practice and the latest developments, Samantha is a  member of The EMCC UK – European Mentoring and Coaching Council and subscribes to the EMCC's Code of Ethics.

Samantha continues to invest time in her continued CPD and is looking forward to undertaking DISC training in the Spring.

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