Discussion Group 15 – In languages: Spanish, English, xxx, xx & xx
Facilitators:
English: Ashley Yousufzai &
Spanish: Silvina Spiegel &
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Dr. Ashley Yousufzai is the Director of Coach Ethics, Development and Partnerships at BetterUp, where she works to advance the science and practice of evidence-based coaching and behavior transformation in the workplace. Ashley is trained as an industrial-organizational psychologist, with deep expertise in coaching, organizational culture and transformation and has been the architect behind numerous change initiatives that align people and talent strategies to organizational priorities. Through her consulting and advising experience, Ashley discovered the transformative power of coaching and joined BetterUp shortly after completing her coach training. Ashley is passionate about ethical coaching and exploring ways to leverage the power of technology to enhance the coach experience.

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Silvina Spiegel is an experienced coach with a multicultural background, proficient in Spanish, Portuguese, Hebrew, and English. As an ontological and executive coach, she has honed her skills in various coaching methodologies, including being a certified trainer for Coaching Clinic®, a facilitator for Co-development®, a Blanchard Leadership Coach®, and an LPOV® trainer. She is also certified as a Symbolon Reflection Method® Coaching Expert.
In her independent practice, Silvina collaborates with top-tier consulting firms, providing training and coaching to executives globally, supporting them in achieving their professional objectives individually or in their teams. Her passion for human development and interaction is evident in her work. She has been a proud holder of the PCC credential from the International Coaching Federation since 2015 and is on the path to earning her MCC credential.
She is also a supervisor-mentor coach and a coach trainer, supporting new professional coaches on their career path.
Her leadership experience is further exemplified by her past role as the chapter vice president of ICF Brazil, her involvement as the Latin American representative on global ICF forums, and her ongoing commitment as the current ICF Brazil council secretary.
Originally from Argentina, Silvina has spent over a decade in Brazil, where she continues to expand her coaching enterprise and engage in volunteer activities that remain integral to her professional and personal life.

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