This is a premier top-tier team coaching course run through AWA by one of the world’s most well-known coach and mentors. Professor David Clutterbuck has been shaping our industry of coaching and mentoring for over four decades. He has written about 70 books, founded the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC), and is a serial entrepreneur.
This is a practitioner level course. That means it is for people with experience of one to one coaching already and not for absolute beginners. This takes that experience you already have and extends it to real team coaching. Attendees also get an extensive team coaching toolkit and the book “Powerful questions for team coaches”.
This program is offered in partnership with the Coaching and Mentoring International (CMI) and combines two courses into one 24 hour program (spread over eight sessions). David provides participants with the knowledge and skills to work directly with intact teams and attendees explores every stage of a team coaching assignment. Including:
- initial discovery and preparation
- coaching delivery
Participants get to practice in a continuing and evolving role play while building their own unique portfolio of templates that work for you and your context.
The CMI program is the only one globally to take a complex, adaptive systems approach to team effectiveness. The PERILL model that underpins the programme is the result of more than 30 years of research by Professor David Clutterbuck and colleagues on how to build and sustain high performance in teams.
This part of the program is designed to equip coaches, leaders and others with a broad understanding of team dynamics. For team leaders, it provides a powerful support for building a coaching culture in their teams. For coaches working with individual leaders, it provides the additional skills and tools needed to help the team, through its leader. You will learn how and why teams behave as they do and how helping the team understand its own systems can have a radical positive impact on how it achieves its goals and purpose.
The practitioner modules aim to provide coaches with the basic knowledge and skills to work directly with intact teams. It takes the coach through every stage of a team coaching assignment, from initial discovery and preparation, through coaching delivery and finally to evaluation and disengagement. It comes with an extensive toolkit and other resources, including the E-book Powerful questions for team coaches. You get to practice in a continuing and evolving role play while building your own, unique portfolio of templates that work for you.
You will gain great benefit from the program if you are:
- An experienced one to one professional coach wanting to expand your practice into a more challenging area
- A line manager wanting to develop coaching behaviours in your team
- An HR professional wanting to become more knowledgeable about team development
- An Agile Coach or Scrum Master who has completed the ICAgile Agile Team Coach course with AWA and been actively practising what you have learnt
- Anyone who is on or wants to join the ICE-AC cohort program