What is Team Coaching, it’s benefits and how to coach a team to high performance? Maybe you’re responsible for Coaching Teams — so don’t miss these product solutions to help you in your coaching. You will find a product to suit your particular situation.
Team Coaching is about empowering your team to manage its own dialogue, in order to enhance its capability and performance. We will encourage you to support your coaches in working out how to develop a group of individuals into a high performing team. As a result you will also learn about current best practice.
Contact Us if you’d like to talk through your particular situation; we live and breathe coaching and love to talk with new friends.
Meanwhile, browse this archive of topics on coaching teams. The article on destructive leaders has proved very popular. Or find out how Coach Mentoring Ltd can help you to improve your Team coaching.
To use a psychometric tool, or not to use, that is the question? Perhaps you have answered this question. Further questions might be, why would you choose the Margerison-McCann Team Management Profile over other psychometrics? How can this tool enhance coaching conversations? How can the Profile help clarify the goals the individual seeks to address?
At Coach Mentoring Ltd coaches choose to offer the Team Management Profile for many reasons, but firstly what is it? Continue reading →
It never fails to amaze me in my conversations with HR and L&D Professionals how many of them absolutely agree with me, that coaching is a desired leadership behaviour, but under examination, it is not one particularly evident or valued in their own organisation. Of course, there is always one ‘good person’ on the senior management team who is a champion, but can’t seem to get traction. Or some middle managers, who are pushing the cause. However, it is so rare to find a ‘real’ energised coaching culture in any organisation. The best you can hope for are pockets of evangelists, who fly the flag for coaching and have partial success until their ‘ring leader’ leaves, or is deposed or fired!
Here is your opportunity to experience the process of Team Coaching; to discuss the issues and dilemmas of a Team Coaching intervention; and, to realise the power and potential of Team Coaching as a Leadership and Team Development intervention all under the safe tutelage of Dr Julia Claxton and Dean Horsman of Leeds Beckett University. Continue reading →
Focussing on coaching and mentoring solutions, the conference brings together a wealth of practical knowledge and experience, to inspire and inform the development of the next generation of leaders within your organisation.
Our speakers are drawn from wide-ranging backgrounds, including academia, consultancy and the private sector. Each brings with them a vast amount of knowledge, expertise and enthusiasm, to inspire and equip you with pragmatic coaching and mentoring interventions.
Coach Mentoring Ltd clients include: BT, Amazon, Associated British Foods plc, MetLife, Cognizant, Unicef UK and Save the Children. Read on for further in-depth information on the agenda for the day, the speakers & workshop topics. Continue reading →
Special Early Bird offer: £95 + VAT pp book by 15th July to receive this offer.
Standard price £120 +VAT pp
Join us for an inspiring and informative day:
Focussing on coaching and mentoring solutions, this conference brings together a wealth of practical knowledge and consultancy experience, to inspire and inform the development of the next generation of leaders within your organisation. Designed with the HR professional in mind, the conference will provide pragmatic coaching and mentoring interventions to help maximise the leadership development of individuals and teams within your organisation.
Coach Mentoring Ltd is delighted to be working in partnership with Professor David Clutterbuck (David Clutterbuck Partnership) and TMSDI to deliver an accredited Team Coaching Foundation course incorporating the Margerison-McCann Team Management Profile. Continue reading →
Formal and informal mentoring relationships exist in many organisations. Within these mentoring relationships the mentor may take many roles: being a role model, a sounding board, helping build networks and career support, sometimes simply being there to listen and challenge. However, linked to mentoring, but with clear differences is the role of a sponsor. Is it actually more beneficial for a woman who is seeking to break through the ‘glass ceiling’ to have a sponsor rather than an organisational mentor? Or perhaps she should be greedy and have both!