Since becoming the first triple-accredited business school to introduce coaching accreditation back in 2004, over 2,000 managers have completed a Henley coaching programme. The Henley Professional Certificate in Coaching and the Henley MSc in Coaching & Behavioural Change are conducted at Henley Business School in the UK.
Executive coaching has become a significant and influential part of the learning and development strategy of many organisations worldwide. Henley’s accredited programme will appeal to managers and coaches wishing to improve the professionalism and quality of their personal coaching skills and gain a professional qualification from an internationally respected business school.
Organisations are increasingly looking to coaching - conducted by both dedicated coaches and line managers – to help executives work through challenging business issues. To contribute effectively to the business agenda, a coach needs the ability to align coaching objectives to business objectives. The Henley MSc in Coaching and Behavioural Change is unique in its emphasis on the organisational context for coaching, and for the inclusion of a practitioner research project as an integral part of the programme.
Our dedicated Coaching department is a global leader in this field and we have extensive experience in designing and delivering tailored programmes to support organisations in meeting their strategic objectives.
Custom Coaching programmes
In 2004, Henley became the first triple-accredited business school to develop a postgraduate qualification as a benchmark for excellence in the area of coaching. Since then Henley has been working with a range of organisations worldwide to develop coaching skills and coaching cultures. Over the past five years, we have delivered in-house training and bespoke coaching development globally for organisations including Fujitsu, KPMG, VT Group, the General Secretariat in Abu Dhabi.
Please contact us to discuss how we how we can work with you or your team to develop a customised programme of coaching and behavioural change.