Coaching, Leadership Development and Behaviour change He has been involved in organisation change with a focus on personal change and development for the past 30 years. He coaches in many organisations, all sectors, organisational levels and across many cultures. He believes that all learning needs to be a mixture of action and reflection and incorporates this into his work. His focus is helping individuals and teams to learn to work more effectively. Business Roles Founding Partner, Transition Partnerships. Associate Fellow, Said Business School, Oxford University Current work Coaching, leadership and organisation development. Continuing professional develop Accredited member of the Association for Coaching. Fellow of the CIPD Leading The Coaching Forum. Research for shared authorship of TP Occasional Paper Series and research in ‘making coaching successful’.
Your website : www.transitionpartnerships.com
Your email : email@example.com
Your telephone number : 01488 648278
Country : United Kingdom
Your Region1: Southern England
What’s his style? Ian believes that effective coaching is a creative and bespoke mixture of skill, knowledge and personality. His uses a deliberate mix of support, challenge and suggestions. He questions, uses insight, knowledge and continually draws on his personal experience. He encourages people to acknowledge and address their current situation, identifying their own objectives, especially areas for behaviour change. He shows a great willingness to listen and empathise, quickly creates rapport and understanding, enables new ways to view possibilities, uses his experience and his persistence. Who Can Ian Help Most Effectively? People ready to: • Try out new ideas • Accept challenges to style and behaviour patterns, • Make the necessary time available • Make an informed choice to work with him