Who should attend
No academic qualification is required, and most courses are suitable for students who are new to the subject.
All teaching is in English (unless a foreign-language course). If your first language is not English, you need to satisfy yourself that you have the required near-native command of the language to get the maximum benefit from studying with ICE.
About the course
Team coaching is emerging as a new way of applying coaching principles to the team as a whole. Are you beginning to notice the limitations of developing only individuals and recognising that coaching the team might have greater impact? This practical one-day introduction to team coaching will offer insights into how the techniques and approaches to coaching teams can develop lasting high performance.
- 10:00 Session 1 Introduction to team coaching
- 11:15 Coffee
- 11:45 Session 2 Hawkins’ Five disciplines of effective teams model
- 13:00 Lunch
- 14:00 Session 3 Team coaching with the 5 disciplines
- 15:15 Tea
- 15:30 Session 4 Taking the team coaching agenda forward
- 16:45 Day school ends
Although this is a non-residential course, students requiring accommodation may be able to book B&B at Madingley Hall, as availability permits.
A booklist, course syllabus and detailed timetable are circulated as far as possible in advance of a course. You will receive these documents by email if you have provided us with your email address; please check your spam folder if you have not received these documents.
With a wide ranging teaching and senior management career mainly in education and the health service, Sally now leads a leadership development consultancy specialising in coaching – which includes training and supervising coaches, delivering executive and team coaching and supporting organisation...
Because of COVID-19, many providers are cancelling or postponing in-person programs or providing online participation options.
We are happy to help you find a suitable online alternative.