|Date||23 November 2021|
|Price||£175 + VAT (10% discount to Centre Members, Henley alumni and current students)|
|Venue||Henley Business School, Greenlands Campus|
The world of coaching is evolving rapidly. As in many other professions, the emerging ‘new normal’ requires considerable adaptation as emergent trends accelerate. This masterclass reviews some of the most significant shifts, including those from individual focus to team focus, from linear through systemic to complex adaptive systemic thinking, the potential to work in partnership with artificial intelligence, the increased emphasis on evidence-based coaching and what it means to be a mature coach.
Who Should Attend?
This workshop is for coaches who wish to future-proof their practice, for buyers of coaching who need to keep abreast of good practice, and for HR professionals responsible for coaching and mentoring within their organisation.
Professor David Clutterbuck
David is a visiting professor at Henley and three other universities. Co-founder and special ambassador for the European Mentoring and Coaching Council, he is a distinguished fellow of the Conference Board and was recognised by the Marshall Goldsmith Foundation as the person who has had greatest influence on coaching in Europe.
Author of more than 70 books, David leads a global network of coaching and mentoring educators (Coaching and Mentoring International) and is co-dean of the Global Team Coaching Institute.
“Great coaching has the awesome potential to change for the better not just the individual, nor the systems around that individual, but the system of systems. As coaches, are we prepared to take on that responsibility — and if so, how do we need to change first?”Professor David Clutterbuck
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