|Date of event:||5 February 2019|
|Event ends:||5 February 2019|
|Price:||£25 +VAT (FREE TO COACHING CENTRE MEMBERS)|
Join us on Tuesday 5 February 2019 for our coaching webinar on an Introduction to a Strength-Based approach to coaching in Organisations.
The deficit approach to leadership development has failed to adequately prepare leaders for today’s complex and challenging organisations. Strength-based approaches offer a new perspective and more effective methodology for developing leaders where strengths can be identified, developed and aligned with role and business challenges. However the strength-based approach is not without its critics and has been accused of ignoring weaknesses and developing lopsided leaders.
This webinar series is aimed at those working in the area of leadership development including HR and L&D professionals and leaders who are interested in this approach.
The speaker - Dr. Doug MacKie
Doug is a business psychologist, executive coach and Director of CSA Consulting. He has over 25yrs experience in the assessment and development of executive, leadership and team capability within top companies in Australia, Asia and the UK. He has a particular expertise in positive leadership development and has pioneered the development of strength-based approaches to developing transformational leaders with organisations.
Doug has presented at International conferences and published in leading journals on positive leadership development, the importance of effective evaluation and assessing ROI in coaching engagements and the development of high performing teams. He is the author of the definitive text, “Strength-based leadership coaching in organisations” (2016) based on his research in this area and one of the editors of the forthcoming Practitioner’s Handbook of Team Coaching (2019).
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 our more and to purchase membership visit The Henley Centre for Coaching web page.