Coaching Qualifications Info Session

One-to-One and Team Coaching

Executive coaching - both one-to-one and team coaching - is rapidly growing in popularity. If you are considering becoming an executive coach and working within organisations, sign up for our informatio session.

Coaching Quals Info Session

Event Overview

Executive coaching - both one-to-one and team coaching - is rapidly growing in popularity. Many organisations have in-house coaches, or train their own employees to coach teams.

If you are considering becoming an executive coach and working within organisations, there has never been a better time to make the leap.

Our coaching qualifications are globally recognised and accredited by Ashridge and the EMCC (European Mentoring and Coaching Council).

In this information session you will hear from Charlotte Sills and Simon Cavicchia, who will be your faculty supervisors on our coaching programmes. They will share insight into the flexible nature of the programme, as well as the options for pursuing individual or team coaching.

Event Details

Date: 15th September 2022 Time: 12:30pm-1:30pm Venue: Zoom

Agenda

  • 12:30 : Welcome and Introduction

  • 12:45 Introduction to Ashridge Coaching Qualifications

  • 13:00: Breakout and alumni discussion

  • 13:15: Q&A

  • 13:30: Close

Meet the Speakers

Charlotte Sills

Charlotte Sills is an experienced coach and coach supervisor. She supervises the Ashridge Hult coaching team and is a member of the faculty of Ashridge’s Coaching for Organisation Consultants and Masters in Executive Coaching programs. She also teaches on the Ashridge Postgraduate Diploma in Organisational Supervision program.

Before joining Ashridge, Charlotte was a member of the leadership team and Head of the Transactional Analysis Department at Metanoia Institute, London as well as working in private practice as a psychotherapist, coach and trainer/consultant in a variety of organisations, particularly in the area of mental health. In recent years she has coached at senior level in a variety of sectors including retail, finance and the NHS.

Charlotte is Professor of Coaching at Ashridge and a UKCP registered psychotherapist and BACP senior accredited supervisor. She teaches – especially transactional analysis - all over the world and has published widely in the area of psychotherapy and coaching including co-authoring several books on Transactional Analysis and Gestalt many of which have been translated into several languages

Charlotte Sills

Meet the Speakers

Simon Cavicchia

Simon is an internationally experienced OD Consultant, Executive Coach, Coach Supervisor, Team Coach, Process Consultant, Facilitator and Lecturer. Simon draws on his experience in consulting, deep human systems understanding and psychology to enable individuals and organisations to successfully navigate the complexities of transformational change processes, develop leadership cultures and individual leaders. He is currently a member of faculty on the Ashridge Masters in Executive Coaching and for eight years led the Masters Programme in Coaching Psychology at the Metanoia Institute in London. He was also a faculty member on the Masters in Organisational Development – A Gestalt Approach, also at the Metanoia Institute. He works in the NHS, University Sector, Oil and Gas, Media, Retail, Financial Services and a number of Charities and Public Sector organisations such as the Probation Service.

As a specialist in human systems dynamics, individual and organisation psychology, Simon works to enable individuals, groups and organisations to understand and adopt the processes that facilitate effective functioning and goal attainment. He is particularly interested in exploring relational perspectives on organisational life and consulting and is committed to continually researching how these perspectives can be used to inform behaviour and learning in organisations. Relational approaches place the quality of interactions between organisation members, leaders and their teams at the centre of how meaning is made and desirable behaviour generated. This is particularly relevant in today’s organisations where different individuals and teams with different levels of authority, designation and agendas have to work out how to join together in service of the organisation’s success. He is experienced in coaching senior leaders transitioning into new and demanding roles in order to support them to navigate the networking, relationship and systemic complexities this often entails. He is deeply committed to creating respectful, supportive and challenging learning environments, where clients can increase their awareness, confidence and skills for intervening in new and effective ways.

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