Building top performing teams for the new world of work
Join us on 18th November for this highly interactive and practical webinar with Lucy Widdowson and Paul J Barbour. With 76% of organisations expecting to increase their use of team coaching (6th Ridler Report), this webinar will explain how the fastest growing area of coaching is helping to grow and transform organisations. This webinar will be an experiential, interactive and practical session to help you better understand how team coaching can improve collaboration and organisational success.
By the end of the session you will have explored:
- the benefits of team coaching
- the seven characteristics of top performing teams
- practical tools and techniques to use with teams in a physical, virtual or hybrid setting
Attendees who would benefit include:
- Executive and team leaders interested in exploring how to build top performing teams
- HR / L&D professionals interested in the latest thinking in team development
- Coaches and team coaches
- Anyone with an interest in maximising the potential of teams
Online registration is now closed. If you still wish to attend please
email the alumni team.
Lucy is an executive, team and leadership development coach (MSc, PCC), Director of Performance Edge and a lead tutor on team coaching at Henley Business School. During her 30-year corporate career, Lucy worked at board level as an HR director and led award-winning teams. Lucy has developed a unique team coaching framework, ‘Creating the Team Edge’, that has been proven to accelerate the team performance of board, senior and functional teams. This work has taken Lucy around the world working with teams in multiple sectors.
As a board member of the UK ICF (International Coaching Federation), Lucy is a global thought leader on team coaching and has represented the UK ICF in developing the new global team coach competenices. Lucy has co-authored a book with Paul J Barbour on team coaching due to be published later this year.
Paul is an executive, team and leadership development coach. Paul’s interest in the psychology of teams began during a successful 20-year career as a senior leader in Kerry Group PLC, one of the world’s largest food and ingredients businesses. An award-winning student on the Henley MSc in Coaching & Behavioural Change, Paul was also awarded ‘Best Newcomer’ to Personal Construct Psychology at the 14th Biennial European Personal Construct Association Conference. Paul is a writer and speaker with strong interests in conflict resolution, human needs and team coaching. He has co-authored a book with Lucy Widdowson on team coaching.