Saba Imru - Photo credit ©Rae Paladin


If you’ve landed on this page, it’s likely that you are curious about what coaching might do for you.   If you want to achieve your aspirations and be the best you can be, then perhaps coaching is for you!

I have been working with professionals with different backgrounds and from many different countries for over 20 years, supporting them to advance their career, develop their leadership, and create a  harmonious work life balance.

The one recurring theme I see is that people are always reaching towards improvement. Whether at work, or in personal life my clients are seeking something better, or wanting a change of some kind.  You don’t need to have a problem to come to coaching, but you do need a desire.

  • Are you stuck in a rut with your career and wondering how to make it better?
  • Are you seeking a sense of purpose and direction in your professional life?
  • Are you having difficulties managing your team or even your boss?

Working with a coach can help you quickly find solutions, and achieve the changes you desire.

What my clients say

Here’s what some of my clients say about their coaching experience:

“I cannot recommend Saba highly enough. From the moment I met Saba as an instructor on the IDC coaching certification, I felt trust and support. When I was not “on form” she knew and gently reassured me. I also learned that I was capable of achieving things I had not imagined possible before. If that is not a successful coach, I do not know what it is! Thank you Saba for giving me perspective with a gentle breeze.”

Katie Klein
Senior HR Business Partner, Learning & Development, Columbia

“Saba Imru is a very complete, balanced and well-prepared professional and human being. This makes her an excellent coach and counselor. I have greatly benefited from her gently challenging, skillful approach over the last couple of years. The added value of each of our sessions was tangible! I warmly recommend her without reserve for any leader willing to question her/himself and to evolve.”

Frode Hvaring
Head of Human Resources, EBU-Eurovision