COACHING TEAMS OF TEAMS

How do we apply what we’ve learned about coaching teams to coaching multiple, interdependent teams, to teams of teams? David Clutterbuck reports   Just as focusing on individual performance doesn’t necessarily lead to improved collective (team) performance, high...

DIVERSITY: THE NEW NORMAL

Why does the coaching profession struggle to encompass diversity, why should we care, and what can we do? In this two-part report we examine how we can embrace diversity in our coaching practices. Part 1: Setting the scene. Pointers for why we should act and how,...

Growth Indicator

David Clutterbuck and David Megginson’s emerging concept of Coach Maturity offers a refreshing and insightful lens on coach development. Rachel Ellison interviews Professor Clutterbuck on the model, and invites perspectives from coaches and buyers of coaching A...

Reflecting on practice

In the second part of our special report on coaching supervision, we consider supervision and the needs of internal coach and the continuum of reflective practice … where does it start and stop? Part 2: David Clutterbuck, Carol Whitaker and Michelle Lucas look at how...

Right on target

Part 2: Goal setting and goal management are much more complex than typically perceived by coaches, clients or organisational sponsors – and this is one of the core themes from a new book, Beyond Goals. Two of the book’s editors, Professors David Clutterbuck and David...