Who am I
More about me
I am Evelyn Soidla - a coach, supervisor, trainer and facilitator.
I am an executive and team coach, an integral supervisor, and a trainer. I like to make a difference and inspire people and teams to get better and happier. I believe creativity is one of the keys which helps to get through many challenges. Therefore, I am using creative methods to offer solutions for my clients on their own path. Additionally, I support systemic and appreciative ways to approach obstacles and challenges.
Integrating my experience and competence into creating value to my clients' lives is my ultimate goal in life.
I have experience in adult education since 2001.
As a trainer today, I am inspired by topics such as coaching skills for managers, teachers, building motivation, giving feedback and feedforward, self-management, integral education and life, intercultural competence.
Coach and supervisor experience
My exposure to coaching and supervision began in 2017 when I began my coaching supervisor 2,5-year training programme.
Today, as a professional coach and supervisor, I have partnered with executives from various fields and levels in different areas.
I have conducted individual and group supervisions for teachers, trainers, education staff, leaders, managers and many other professionals who want to reflect on their life and work and find new perspectives and opportunities.
The topics I am really into are collaboration and communication; motivation; conflict resolution; encouraging and taking responsibility; self-management; emotion management.
I work in Estonian and English, I understand and speak Russian.
Education and training
I am a certified supervisor, coach (2017-2020, ISCI) and trainer.
I am a member of the Estonian Supervision and Coaching Association (ESCÜ) and the Association of National Organisations for Supervision (ANSE).
The way I am working has been influenced by mindfulness, Appreciative Inquiry, and integral training.
My personal life is surrounded by my family and friends. I am a mother of 3 daughters. This role gives me a pretty good challenge every day. I value learning and development.
We speak THREE LANGUAGES (English, German and Estonian) in my family and this has given me a chance to get accustomed to the other nation than mine: its customs and traditions. I have been building my awareness about intercultural competencies, which definitely is part of me.