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Systemic Coaching – delivering value beyond the individual

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Join Prof Peter Hawkins, a global thought leader, and Eve Turner to try out new ways to greatly increase the impact of your coaching


  • Professor Peter Hawkins Ph.D

    Professor Peter Hawkins Ph.D

  • Eve Turner

    Eve Turner


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Systemic Coaching – delivering value beyond the individual

Executive coaching has achieved a great deal in the last 40 years in providing bespoke personal development. Now the need is to deliver impact through systemic individual and systemic team coaching that creates value for all the client's stakeholders.

This session will first describe how systemic coaching and systemic team coaching is different from other forms of coaching and team development and then present models and approaches which will immediately increase the ripple effect of your coaching work.

We will examine how we can we serve wider stakeholders beyond our clients and including the more-than-human-world of the wider ecology in our work. How do we move coaching beyond “delivering very expensive personal development for the already highly privileged” and deliver beneficial impact to all stakeholders including the ecology? This is a question posed at the start of our book of the same title, and together we will consider: what is our role as coaches and supervisors, what could it be and what should it be? The day will provide opportunities to try out new ways to greatly increase the impact of your coaching.

Aims:

1. Everyone will leave with clear plans on how they can:

a. Increase the benefit that their coachees’ stakeholders receive from the coaching.

b. Carry out more effective multi-stakeholder contracting.

c. Appropriately bring an ecological focus into every coaching assignment.

d. Increase the beneficial impact they have in the wider world.

2. Understanding the nature of systemic coaching and systemic team coaching and how they can support all of the above.

3. Learn how to increase one’s personal capacity and resilience and work less from effort and more from ‘source’.

Masterclass content:

Session One: Why what made coaching successful in the last 40 years is not fit for the mid-21st century.

Session Two: Introducing systemic stakeholder coaching: Trying it out in threes.

Session Three: Eco-engaged coaching – how the wider ecology can support you and your coaching and your coaching engage with the climate crisis.

Session Four: Exploring the challenges brought by participants and working in groups to plan how we can each radically increase the impact of our coaching.

Peter’s profile

Professor Peter Hawkins Ph.D. is a global thought leader in systemic team coaching, coaching supervision and organisational development. He has been a coach, supervisor, team coach and organizational development consultant for over 40 years, coaching leadership teams and boards across all sectors and in many parts of the world. He now runs Masters level training programmes and supervises systemic team coaches in over 50 countries through www.renewalassociates.co.uk. and www.aoec.com. He is Professor of Leadership at Henley Business School and is on the board of several coaching and consultancy businesses.

He is the author of many best-selling and internationally translated books including Systemic Coaching: Delivering Value Beyond the Individual, with Eve Turner (Routledge, 2020); Leadership Team Coaching in Practice (2nd edition, 2018); Leadership Team Coaching (Kogan Page; 3rd edition, 2017); Coaching, Mentoring and Organizational Consultancy: Supervision, Skills and Development (with Nick Smith, McGraw-Hill/Open University Press, 2nd edition, 2013); Creating a Coaching Culture, (McGraw Hill, 2012); Integrative Psychotherapy in Theory and Practice with Judy Ryde (Jessica Kingsley, 2020) and The Wise Fool’s Guide to Leadership (O Books, 2005) and Supervision in the Helping Professions (McGraw Hill, 2012).

Eve's profile

Eve Turner is an accredited Master Executive Coach and Supervisor, sometime musician and a former senior leader in the BBC where she also did her initial coach training. She researches and writes on a range of subjects including supervision, ethics and contracting in coaching and supervision. Eve has won two awards from Coaching at Work magazine: the 2019 Best Article Award (joint award), 2018 Contributions to Coaching Supervision and 2015 Best Research Article Awards. She has also been recognised by the EMCC, receiving the 2018 EMCC Supervision Award and the 2015 EMCC Coaching Award.

Eve actively volunteers for some of the coaching professional bodies and in 2016 set up, leads and finances, the Global Supervisors’ Network, a unique, free-of-charge, participative network for supervisors worldwide working in coaching, mentoring and consultancy. Members provide each other with, and receive, Continuing Personal and Professional Development virtually every month: http://www.eve-turner.com/global-supervisors-networkwith 90 webinars to date. Eve also has a busy practice, working extensively with public and private organisations as a coach, supervisor, supervisor of supervisors and facilitator. Her qualifications include an MBA, MSc and MMus.

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