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Ashridge Executive Education

Team Coaching for Consultants

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Sep 13, 2019—Sep 8, 2020
10 daysModules info
Berkhamsted, United Kingdom
GBP 7400 ≈USD 9548
GBP 740 per day


This program will enable participants to develop their confidence and skills as a team coach. It will deepen their understanding and ability to intervene with teams and groups and hence increase the impact on their organizational clients. It is a stand-alone course with optional accreditation process or can be part of a two year MSc postgraduate degree.

During this program, you will gain a sound understanding of the roles and challenges of being a team coach. You will also integrate theory on team coaching into your practice. Over the module you will deepen your awareness and insight into group process and group development.

You will learn to recognize and appreciate derailment and underperformance in teams, be aware of the impact and meaning of various forms of 'scapegoating', and find ways to respond to and contain such 'dark side dynamics' in teams. Finally you will develop your ability to make judgments about when and how to intervene in a team.

Program overview

This program is designed to increase the participant’s ability to engage people at a profound level, increasing their impact of 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 skillset. This program has achieved the European Mentoring and Coaching Council’s European Quality Award (EQA) at Senior Practitioner level.

Participant outcomes

As a participant, you will:

  • Better understand others’ behaviors, and how to respond best to enable change
  • Acquire high-level coaching skills to increase your impact and efectiveness

Organizational outcomes

Participants will return to the workplace able to engage people, with enhanced organization-wide impact. They will be able to apply relevant models and theories to improve their coaching and consulting aptitude, and impact on individuals and organization

Who should attend

For individuals who wish to enhance their coaching capabilities to facilitate clients in teams and group settings. You are an experienced organizational consultant or executive coach who consults, facilitates and develops teams or groups. Your background may be as an internal or external coach or organization development consultant, learning and development professional, leadership professional or HR business partner


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...
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...
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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