Webinar: Team coaching – From present to future - Henley Business School Finland

Webinar: Team coaching – From present to future

Join us Thursday, 2 April 2020 for our coaching webinar on Team coaching – From present to future.

What is it about?

Inspired by their forthcoming book on team coaching, Lucy Widdowson and Paul J Barbour will present their views on the status of team coaching and its future. 

The webinar will discuss:

  • a definition of team coaching and the business case for team coaching
  • differentiation from other team interventions
  • developing as a team coach and the importance of a team coach’s ‘way of being’, psychological safety, group dynamics and systemic thinking
  • models, approaches and frameworks (including ‘creating the team edge’ framework)
  • results from a study at a leading UK retailer
  • what the future requires of team coaching

There will be a Q&A session during the webinar.

Who should attend?

This webinar is designed to:

  • practising team coaches
  • organisational change consultants
  • coaches interested in exploring or increasing their awareness of team coaching
  • business and team leaders interested in exploring the benefits of team coaching
  • team leaders looking to know more about becoming a team coach
  • HR/L&D professionals interested in the latest developments in coaching
  • anyone with an interest in maximising the potential of teams

The event is free of charge.

The speakers

Lucy Widdowson - Henley Business School Finland

In addition to being an accredited coach and team coach, Lucy Widdowson is Director of Performance Edge Partners Ltd and a global thought leader on team coaching. During a 30-year corporate career, Lucy worked at board level as an HR director and led award-winning teams.

Lucy has developed a unique team coaching framework, ‘Creating the Team Edge’, which has been proven to accelerate team performance.

A graduate of the Henley MSc in Coaching & Behavioural Change, Lucy has also been a key contributor to International Coach Federation (ICF) global research on team coaching competences. She is currently co-authoring a book with Paul J Barbour on team coaching.

Paul J Harbour - Henley Business School Finland

Paul J Barbour is an executive and team coach. Paul’s interest in the psychology of teams began during a successful 20-year career as a senior leader in Kerry Group PLC, one of the world’s largest food and ingredients businesses.

An award-winning student on the Henley MSc in Coaching & Behavioural Change, Paul was also awarded ‘Best Newcomer’ to Personal Construct Psychology at the 14th Biennial European Personal Construct Association Conference.

Paul is a writer and speaker with strong interests in conflict resolution, human needs and team coaching. He is currently co-authoring a book with Lucy Widdowson on team coaching.

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