Team Coaching Foundation and Practitioner Programme

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Please note: Applications for Team Coaching Foundations and Practitioner Programme has now closed. If you are interested in similar opportunities in the future please complete the expression of interest form by clicking here.

Delivered in collaboration with the NHS South West Leadership Academy and David Clutterbuck, delivered virtually via Zoom.

Team coaching is the fastest growing area of coaching. This powerful two-module programme is for you, if you want to:

  • Have a much bigger impact through your coaching.
  • Radically uplift your one-to-one coaching with a deeper understanding of teams as systems nested within systems.
  • Feel more confident helping teams and their leaders to engage with their systems.

Target Audience:

This programme is open to experienced coaches who hold a coaching qualification. Additionally we are looking for individuals who also have experience in facilitating teams of people within their system and/or organisation who can influence and impact the ‘scale-up’ of the programme moving forward.

This programme is split into two modules. Delegates are expected to attend both modules.

Expectations – Post Programme:

We want to stay connected with delegates to understand how they’re applying their learning and evaluate the overall success of the programme. Therefore we will require a commitment from all successful candidates to participate in post-programme activities. This will include peer learning events and ongoing Team Coaching Supervision (dates TBC). As such, it is important that anyone who wishes to apply for the programme is fully aware of the expectations both during and after the two modules.

Team Coaching Programme Details

Team Coaching Foundation

This three-day programme provides experienced coaches and leaders with a pragmatic and evidence-based understanding of the dynamics of teams and teaming. For coaches, it lays the foundations for step one of a journey into team coaching – building on their one to one coaching experience to support a team leader in creating a coaching culture and/or providing support to an experienced team coach coaching both the team and leader together.

Monday 12th September – Day 1 explores teams and their systems and introduced the concept of PERILL– the first complex, adaptive systems framework to understand the complexities of performance in teams.

Monday 10th October – Day 2 investigates the role of the leader in creating and sustaining a coaching culture within their team

Monday 7th November – Day 3 looks at the role of the coach in supporting leaders in creating a coaching culture.

The programme is supported by an extensive manual, toolkit and access to the online Coaching and Mentoring Resource. Participants also receive a copy of Powerful questions for Team Coaches. The core text for the programme is Coaching the Team at Work (Clutterbuck, 2019)

Upon completion of the module, participants can apply for EMCC team coach accreditation at Foundation level.

Total commitment hours: 38 hours (classroom hours, practice within the group, further reading and reflections)

Team Coaching Practitioner Programme

This three-day programme equips a coach or leader to facilitate a team coaching intervention from start to finish. The programme establishes a framework for an effective team coaching intervention, including how to decide whether team coaching is the appropriate application. Using a detailed case study, it progresses through the stages of Exploration and Discovery, Scoping and Contracting, Preparing the team for engagement with the coaching process, Conducting effective team coaching sessions, Transferring process ownership to the team, Measurement and Review and finally Disengagement. We also role play making a pitch for a team coaching assignment.

Participants receive extensive additional materials to the Foundation manual, including the PERILL diagnostic. An on-line version of the diagnostic will be available and participants will have free access to use this for two teams over the subsequent 12 months.

Upon completion of the module, participants can apply for EMCC team coach accreditation.

Thursday 2nd March 2023 – Day 1 Team Coaching Practitioner Programme

Thursday 16th March 2023 – Day 2 Team Coaching Practitioner Programme

Thursday 30th March 2023 – Day 3 Team Coaching Practitioner Programme

At the end of the workshops you will gain:

  • Confidence to be able to coach small teams, or as a co-coach with larger teams
  • Deeper insights into the factors that affects team performance and value creation – and what undermines it
  • A clear understanding of each phase of a team coaching assignment from beginning to end
  • A toolkit for helping a team leader develop a coaching culture in their team
  • Understanding different types of team and the different coaching needs that each has
  • Insights into teams as systems within systems, and the difference between linear, systemic and complex, adaptive system perspectives
  • A practical model (PERILL) to support a team in understanding its systems

Total commitment hours: 152 hours (classroom hours, practice with at least one team, further reading and reflections)

Facilitator:

The workshops will be facilitated by Prof David Clutterbuck, one of the world’s leading authorities on team coaching and one of the earliest pioneers of coaching. David is author or co-author of more than 70 books and has over 35 years’ experience supporting coaching and mentoring in the NHS.

Applying for the Team Coaching Foundations and Practitioner Programme

Please note: Applications for Team Coaching Foundations and Practitioner Programme has now closed. If you are interested in similar opportunities in the future please complete the expression of interest form by clicking here.

Application Deadlines:

All applications need to be submitted by COP 5th August 2022. All successful applicants will be notified by 12th August 2022. Please hold the dates in your diary in the meantime.

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