|Date||26 January 2022|
|Time||9:30-13:00 (Timezone: Europe/London)|
|Price||£75 + VAT (10% discount to Centre Members, Henley alumni and current students)|
What’s new in team coaching? Our team coaching model, Coaching by DESIGN, fuses key aspects of coaching and design thinking to deliver a different approach that encourages empathy, creativity and collaboration, and fits the times we are living in. We use the creative problem-solving aspects of design thinking to structure our approach.
In this practical session, delegates will have an opportunity to apply some of the techniques of our Coaching by DESIGN model to a hypothetical, yet important team issue in order to understand and experience the model first-hand and gain some valuable insights and practical takeaways.
Who Should Attend?
Practising coaches, HR/L&D professionals and those in leadership/management roles.
By attending this event live, you will receive 3.5 CCEU units from the ICF and 3.5 CPD hours from the AC.
Dr Gill Stevens
Dorothy Foote and Dr Gill Stevens co-founded Level Seven 12 years ago.
Their academic backgrounds inform their business practice. Their purpose is to help organisations and people to be the best they can be. They do this through their passion for design thinking and for coaching.
Dorothy is a tutor for Coaching, ICE, University of Cambridge and Dr Gill Stevens is the course director for the Diploma in Coaching, ICE, University of Cambridge
“"Thanks very much for the session. Didn’t know much about design thinking until now, so really interesting!"”Workshop attendee, the Association of Coaching
“"Very insightful and interactive session, thank you Dorothy and Gill."”Workshop attendee, the Association of Coaching
Did you know, members of The Henley Centre for Coaching receive webinars (circa. 10 per year) free of charge as part of their membership?
To find out more and to purchase membership visit The Henley Centre for Coaching web page.
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