What you will learn
The theoretical foundations and practice of Systemic Team Coaching ® – one of the longest running team coaching programmes available, you will master your understanding of the Systemic Team Coaching model. Based on Professor Peter Hawkins’ established and proven research, methodologies and training you will gain the skills, experience and knowledge to work as an AoEC qualified systemic team coach.
How to apply the Hawkins’ Five Disciplines Model – you will work with a real-life client case study as part of the programme in order to gain experience of how this coaching model is applied in a real world client setting with support and supervision from both your fellow course participants and an experienced faculty team.
About who you are as a team coach – you will develop your own signature presence as you craft your own model of systemic team coaching and supporting marketing statement.
How to work confidently when coaching client teams – you will gain confidence, presence, authority and resilience when contracting and working with teams at all levels.
How to use and apply the Team Connect 360 diagnostic tool in client work – you will be licensed to use the tool and gain experience of interpreting a TC360 report.
How you learn
The programme runs over 14 days during a 14-18 month period and comprises two and three day modules which are held approximately 12 weeks apart to maintain momentum. This time frame includes completing the Systemic Team Coaching ® Certificate programme which also doubles as the first module of the fuller diploma programme.
You will explore and discuss the practice of systemic team coaching and the research and theory which underpins it.
You will practise key skills and supervision through team coaching with your peers, by working with the dynamics of the learning community, by using the Team Connect 360 diagnostic tool and by arranging a team coaching case study with a client.
The programme uses its large group experience with observations and comments from the faculty team who will openly discuss the process.
Personal development comes through being a participant on the programme and examining the process of being in it, while going through it and from the final assessment.
You will learn from individual tutorials and a final assessment viva.
Your learning experience
Learning is shared through faculty-led sessions and the whole learning group which is facilitated by the faculty.
You will work with your external client team between and during models and receive supervision from the faculty.
Practitioner groups of four to six will work together on their client teams and provide supervision for each other. This will also be facilitated by a faculty member in support of the practitioner team’s learning.
The course is accredited with the International Coaching Federation (ICF) for 121 ACSTH (Approved Coach Specific Training Hours) and can be used towards PCC accreditation.