Introduction to Coaching Teams FREE Open Events
This free interactive virtual event offers a taster into the world of teams and how to engage with them as a coach.
Drive powerful change
There has never been such a demand for teams to work more effectively and cohesively, with organisations requiring greater results often with far fewer resources.
Team coaching helps a team to explore and define their purpose, by taking an outside in approach, helping them to ask important questions like ‘what do our clients and stakeholders need us to deliver, both now and in the future?’. Quite often this clarity and thinking is missing or there is not a shared understanding within the team.
Team coaching helps to combine the best of organisation development, coaching and facilitation skills to support a team, to firstly agree what they must deliver, identify, and help them to connect effectively with their stakeholders, review their processes and ways of working and agree how they are going to deliver on their shared objectives.
The AoEC in partnership with Renewal Associates, have developed ICF and EMCC accredited training programmes, to help you develop your existing leadership, management, organisation development and coaching skills to encompass valuable skills, tools and techniques and to share fast experience from our faculty who are practising Team Coaches.
Come and learn more about how we can support you at our next 'teams' open event.
The AoEC hosts 1 hour FREE Open Events via zoom.
Visit our events page to join one of those events and learn more about team coaching courses delivered by the AoEC and how you can add team coaching to your skill set. If you can't wait until our next FREE Open Event, reach out and book a call with one of our team to learn more about our teams courses by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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At the AoEC we offer a choice of accredited team coaching qualifications which blend theory with experiential learning to help you get started in the field or advance your skills further if you are already working with teams.
a 3 day certificate programme suitable for coaches, team leaders and management consultants seeking to develop a team coaching practice
a year long in-depth programme those wishing to take team coaching to the next level
Available to organisations this three-day programme is a thorough introduction to team coaching.
If you need more info, please do not hesitate to get in touch using the form below.
Filip Fiers Faculty
Filip is an executive coach with focus on individual and team development within a business context. His main goal is to make managers and their teams collaborate and perform better in a fast moving, constantly changing environment. Clients use the following words to describe Filip’s style: • open, honest, pragmatic • input can be put into practice immediately • no fluff around concepts, down to earth methodology • great reference framework that helps him to tailor interventions to specific needs • very flexible mode (on-the-go), in an authentic way and with a lot of enthusiasm
Moira Nangle Faculty
Formerly Director of Organisation Development at Virgin Atlantic Airways, Moira is a creative, perceptive OD professional with qualifications in Training, Teaching, Psychotherapy, both one to one and team coaching, and an MSc in Organisation Development. She has Director level experience in all three sectors. Moira has designed, delivered and evaluated OD interventions from Board to Shop-floor level ranging from business strategy to organisation design, new product development, talent management, culture change, and customer service. During the last few years she has worked with senior teams in a coaching or consulting capacity across Europe and in Hong Kong, Malaysia and the Middle East to develop the internal capability and capacity to lead and manage change. Moira is a visiting lecturer in HRM and leadership at City University London, and is also an associate of Roffey Park Leadership Institute where she works primarily in the areas of leadership and change.
Maxine Gooding Faculty
Maxine Gooding is a team coach, facilitator and organisational dynamics consultant. She has over 25 years’ experience in business leading teams, developing strategy, managing global change initiatives and improving customer experience. She knows first-hand the complexity of working in fast moving large-scale organisations. A graduate of the Systemic Team Coaching Diploma and OD practitioner, Maxine focuses on liberating the human element of business through leadership, teamwork and organisational performance.
Danny Tuckwood Faculty
Danny works with senior leadership teams and boards, helping them to adapt and constantly reimagine themselves in a systemic way as they navigate the uncertain world we inhabit. He also trains and supervises coaches, leaders and HR/OD professionals in how to change the nature of the conversations they have so that they can do likewise. With a broad international business background – from multinationals through SME’s to start-ups - and having started and grown businesses himself, Danny came into the coaching world in 2009 with a strong desire to help others realise their potential and continues that passion today. He holds an MSc in Coaching and Behavioural Change and when not helping the world to change enjoys brewing his own beer, spending time with family and watching sport.
Professor Peter Hawkins Honorary President
Peter Hawkins is Honorary President of the Academy of Executive Coaching (AoEC). For the last 30 years he has been helping organisations in many parts of the world connect their strategic change, their organizational culture and their leadership development. He has written extensively about leadership, leadership teams, coaching and supervision. Currently his major concern is the growing gap between the increasing and changing challenges for individual and collective leadership and how leadership development is failing to evolve at the same speed. The AoEC Systemic Team Coaching suite of programmes, diagnostic tool and coaching are based on Peter’s 5 Disciplines model which in used internationally. He regularly blogs and publishes papers on these and other topics. He also is also Professor of Leadership at Henley Business School University of Reading UK and Emeritus Chairman of Bath Consultancy Group, visiting professor at the universities of Bath and Oxford Brookes, chairs Renewal Associates and is enjoyably kept busy by his wife, three children and their partners, five grandchildren, and numerous hens, sheep, goats, steers and guinea fowl and large gardens where he lives on the edge of Bath in the UK.
Neil Atkinson Faculty
Neil worked in the business world as a digital communications and marketing expert for three decades before moving into coaching and leadership development. An ICF PCC-accredited Advanced Coach, he’s passionate about supporting people to develop themselves, their careers and their potential, as well as helping teams become more effective. Neil has studied positive psychology and mindfulness/meditation and created training programmes in wellbeing and resilience. He brings these interests to his coaching practice and his role as a facilitator on many coaching training programmes.
Dr. Colm Murphy Faculty
Dr Colm Murphy has over twenty years’ experience of designing and delivering coaching and team coaching to individuals and teams across the public and private sectors. His team coaching experience ranges from working with globally dispersed teams, to leadership teams of publicly quoted organisations, to project teams. He is the Program Director of the Global Team Coaching Institute Senior Practitioner Program and was Director of Coaching Programs at Smurfit Business School, University College Dublin from 2017‑2022. Colm’s area of expertise is in taking a psychological approach to assist leaders and their teams to achieve meaningful behavioural changes that drive business results, through focused and engaging coaching and training interventions. Colm has a special interest in team dynamics and completed his Doctoral research in the University of Portsmouth on the contribution of team coaching to team effectiveness. He is co‑editor of the ‘Team Coaching Casebook’ (Open University Press, 2022) and is an accredited Master Practitioner Coach (EMCC). He has been the global work stream lead on Team Coaching Accreditation for the EMCC.
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