• Systemic Team Coaching
    with Professor Peter Hawkins

    Our three-day Certificate programme provides a thorough introduction to the core concepts in Systemic Team Coaching.

  • Professor David Clutterbuck & Tammy Turner

    Alchemy of Team Coaching

    This ICF-approved program is aimed at people with a solid foundation of experience and expertise in one to one coaching, who want to add team coaching to their portfolio. It aims to ensure you are competent and confident in extending coaching approaches to helping teams become more effective and eventually develop the capability to coach themselves. 

​Professor Peter Hawkins: Thinking Systemically - A Deep Dive into the 3-Eyed Model
​1-Day Workshop

The Seven-eyed model of coaching supervision is the most used supervision model globally and its originator Professor Peter Hawkins, will take everybody through a deep experience of each of the seven modes, as well as sharing how this systemic and integrative model has developed over the last 33 years, in the light of the changing challenges for the coaching profession. There will also be time for people to practice using the model working in threes, supervisor, coach and observer.

​Professor Peter Hawkins: Systemic Team Coaching
​3-Day Program

This highly experiential 3-day program is designed for individual coaches, organisational consultants and internal HR practitioners seeking to develop a team coaching practice. Now more than ever, organisations are looking at how to motivate and manage their teams in a period of change and uncertainty.

This program has been run successfully in London, New York, Beijing, Johannesburg, Bucharest, Istanbul, Copenhagen and Zagreb. It will be run by the founder and lead author of Systemic Team Coaching, Professor Peter Hawkins. 

Those completing the program will be awarded the Academy of Executive Coaching Certificate in Systemic Team Coaching which carries ICF CPD credits.

Professor David Clutterbuck: Alchemy of Team Coaching

ARE YOU READY TO MEET THIS GROWING DEMAND?

Team coaching is an eclectic field that integrates aspects of other disciplines and theories including systems thinking, behavioural science, psychology, psycho-dynamic analysis, systems theory, organisation behaviour, and organisational culture. It could be described as Organisational Development fuelled by coaching skills with a strong systems approach.

Research suggests that while team coaching currently represents 9% of overall coaching delivered, it is this type of coaching predicted to grow the most over the coming two years. While one-to-one coaching can be a very powerful way of improving an individuals’ performance, team coaching offers more collective benefits which can have an extremely positive effect upon an entire organisation.

This ICF-approved program is aimed at people with a solid foundation of experience and expertise in one-to-one coaching, who want to add team coaching to their portfolio. It aims to ensure they are competent and confident in extending coaching approaches to helping teams become more effective and eventually develop the capability to coach themselves.