Today’s solutions were not designed to solve tomorrow’s challenges. Take the opportunity to create 21st century team-based leadership.
Few organizations are prepared for the transition from the “heroic CEO” model to the cohesive team approach needed to succeed in an increasingly VUCA world. The future is here. What can you do NOW to help businesses prepare for what lies ahead?
Professors Peter Hawkins and David Clutterbuck are here to help you take that first, important step towards future-fitness for you and your clients.
For 90 minutes at no cost, you can become a conduit for transformation. Join these 2 team leadership pioneers for a world-exclusive, LIVE event, and become part of the first cohort of coaches to move towards a more effective, team-based tomorrow.
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Welcome - to the first educational hub dedicated to Team Coaching. Where the world’s foremost team coaching experts come to teach, where coaches come to become the best and where organizations come to find the best in team leadership.
As the global destination for team coaching, the Global Team Coaching Institute (GTCI) by WBECS brings the world’s brightest minds in Team Coaching together in one place.
This pioneering, online body is designed to help coaches learn from the world’s foremost team coaching experts, hone their skills, and set an industry standard for quality and success worldwide.
With that in mind, we invite you to come take a sneak peak at what the GTCI has to offer coaches like you. A 90-minute webinar, introducing the fundamentals of becoming team literate, as well as the key principles on which both Peter and David have based much of their careers - completely free of charge.
By the end of this groundbreaking session, not only will you understand why team coaching is essential for organisations to be future-fit, but you’ll also discover the concepts behind team dynamics, team coaching and what it means to be an effective team coach.
You will learn how to guide organizations to lead as a collective, by encouraging clients to co-enquire, co-discover and co-design. The content provides you with the tools you need to help clients deal with modern-day challenges collaboratively.
Discover the essential differences between coaching individuals and coaching teams.
Learn why the individual coaching model is losing momentum compared to team coaching.
Build your skills and uncover the biggest mistakes coaches and leaders make with teams.
Facilitate teams to work with each other and every stakeholder across the organization.
Cut through the limits to organizational development imposed by individual coaching.
Enable teams to navigate the challenges of today’s hyper-complex and fast-changing world.
Future-proof your coaching practice and the organizations you serve by fostering 21st-century collective leadership.
Learn how to go beyond individuals and create connections between team members.
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Peter Hawkins, Professor of Leadership at Henley Business School, author of many best-selling books and papers in the fields of systemic coaching, leadership and change, leading pioneer and thought-leader in areas of systemic team coaching, supervision, and board development, Chairman of Renewal Associates, Honorary President of the Academy of Executive Coaching, teaches and consults in over 50 countries and is a regular keynote speaker at international conferences.
David Clutterbuck, is one of the international pioneers of coaching and mentoring, author of 70 books, and well-known international keynote speaker. He has been named No 1 Influencer on European Coaching, and one of Marshall Goldsmith’s Global 100 leading coaches. As Co-Founder of the European Mentoring & Coaching Council (EMCC), and now its Special Ambassador, he leads a global network of researchers and trainers specializing in coaching and mentoring. He is visiting Professor in the coaching and mentoring departments of 4 universities - Henley Business School, Oxford Brookes, Sheffield Hallam, and York St John - and visiting lecturer in many others.