Ashridge Executive Education

Coaching for Organization Consultants

Available dates

Mar 12—Sep 15, 2020
10 daysModules info
Berkhamsted, United Kingdom
GBP 7550 ≈USD 10215
GBP 755 per day
May 18—Nov 24, 2020
10 daysModules info
Berkhamsted, United Kingdom
GBP 7550 ≈USD 10215
GBP 755 per day

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About the course

This program is designed to increase the participant’s ability to engage people at a profound level, increasing their impact on the organization significantly. Through a variety of psychological theories and models, sound business knowledge and facilitative coaching, they will acquire skills that will allow them to grow their coaching and consulting knowledge and skills.

Proven in both research and experience, the most successful businesses are those that have a coaching culture embedded in their organization. Building effective working relationships and leading a culture of deepened awareness of team dynamics will enable your team to understand how the way they relate to each other helps or hinders high-performance working.

The Advanced Coaching for Organizational Consultants course is designed to dramatically increase your ability to better understand others’ behaviors, and optimize the relationship between coach and client to deliver influential coaching.

Who should attend

Consultants working with organizations or internal management development advisors, HR professionals, and change consultants. They will already be working as a coach, but are looking to dramatically increase their level of impact on individuals in organizations

Trust the experts

David Birch

David Birch specialises in group facilitation, boardroom consulting and executive coaching. His strengths as a facilitator and coach come from his ability to create safe environments for honest reflection and dialogue, opening up new insights and perspectives on seemingly intractable problems. A...

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Bill Critchley

My early career was in marketing, as a Brand Manager at Lever Bros. and as a marketing manager in financial services. I then took myself to Cranfield Business School to do an MBA, and it was there that I encountered Organisation Behaviour and had an 'aha moment, but it was to be a while before I...

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Andrew Day

Andrew Day is a Business Director at Ashridge. He has wide experience of working with organisations in telecommunications, manufacturing, and energy, and in the public sector - including HMRC and the NHS - and in the charitable sector. His projects have included: development of cross-boundary rel...

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Billy Desmond

Billy believes that while all individuals have an ability to respond to change, he understands that in organisations change occurs in relationship to others and/or our environment, not in isolation to oneself. This means that in working with clients he encourages his clients to explore the contin...

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Susanne Parsons

Susanne is a business psychologist, human resource professional and executive coach. She has specific capabilities in developing and applying human resource strategies in support of organisational change and individual learning. She has over twenty five years leadership and organisational experie...

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Charlotte Sills

Charlotte Sills is an experienced coach and coach supervisor. She supervises the Ashridge coaching team and is a member of the faculty of Ashridge's Coaching for Organisation Consultants and Masters in Executive Coaching programmes. She also teaches on the Ashridge Postgraduate Certificate in Adv...

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Erik De Haan

Erik de Haan is the Director of Ashridge's Centre for Coaching with over twenty years of experience in organisational and personal development. He aims to support individuals in their search for what is right and just for themselves and for others in their organisations. His expertise covers proc...

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