Why teams are at the core of creating a coaching culture by David Clutterbuck

Why teams are at the core of creating a coaching culture by David Clutterbuck

The place where most informal coaching happens is inside the work team. Rather than focus on training line managers as coaches, companies can achieve more by ensuring everyone has the skills of coaching and being coached.

About David Clutterbuck

One of the original pioneers of formal coaching and mentoring, co-founder of the European Mentoring & Coaching Council, visiting professor at three universities and author of over 70 books, David is at the forefront of team coach training. His book, Coaching the Team at Work stimulated the global movement for evidence-based team coaching nearly a decade ago. He is currently the lead editor of the team producing the first Practitioner’s Handbook of Team Coaching.

David demonstrates a high level of cultural sensitivity, which enables him to work in a wide range of cultures and contexts. The three key areas on which David is a leading international expert, are mentoring & coaching, team coaching, and systemic talent management.

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Agile Singapore

October 24, 2018
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