Team Coaching for Consultants

Team coaching is becoming an increasingly popular discipline, and many experienced coaches are returning to study new theories and models so they can add team coaching to their coaching practice.

This series of workshops will develop your confidence and skills as a team coach. It will deepen your understanding and ability to intervene with teams and groups and therefore increase the impact on your organisational clients.

At a glance

  • Part-time (4 workshops/10 teaching days)

  • Study at Ashridge House

  • 1 intake per year

Programme Overview

During this programme, you will gain a sound understanding of the roles and challenges of being a team coach. You will also integrate theory on group dynamics and team coaching into your practice. Over the course of the module you will deepen your awareness and insight into group process and team development.

You will learn to recognise and appreciate derailment and under performance in teams, be aware of the impact and meaning of various forms of 'group think' and 'scapegoating'; and you will find ways to respond to and contain such 'dark side dynamics' in teams. Finally you will develop your ability to make judgments about when and how to intervene in a team.

This is a flexible programme suitable for those who are beginning their coaching journey, as well as more experienced coaches wishing to expand their practice. It is a stand-alone course with optional accreditation process, after which you can progress to the Masters in Executive Coaching (Team Coaching Stream).

Workshops

  • Contracting with Teams and their Contexts

  • Systemic and Psychological Views on Team Coaching

  • Board Coaching and Board Dynamics

  • Professionalism in the Team Coaching Relationship

Stage 1

Team Coaching for Consultants

This module comprises 10 days of face to face workshops. For less experienced coaches, a personal reflective journal in addition to the workshops will enable you to achieve our basic team coaching qualification.

Highlights

  • PG Cert in Team Coaching

  • Optional accreditation process

Next Steps

Optional accreditation process

This consists of an individual coaching accreditation assessment - a half-day preparation workshop + one-day practicum. .

Highlights

  • PG Dip in Team Coaching

  • Ashridge Accredited Team Coach

Final Stage

Continue your study

Add a 2nd year to your study to achieve a Masters in Executive Coaching.
Further develop your coaching style towards a mindful and relational approach.

Highlights

  • Masters in Executive Coaching

  • 10% discount on all modules when you begin the Masters

Courses and dates subject to change

    Ashridge Coaching Philosophy

    At Ashridge we see coaching as a relational practice. While we take it as read that serving our clients is the primary task of a coaching relationship, we have a particular perspective on the nature of this relationship. We take the view that the relationship between coach and client is at the heart of effective coaching and is, therefore, the central vehicle for learning and change. We see this as a mutual and co-creating relationship rather than a remedial contract to solve a problem.

    Our Coaching Faculty

    Our coaching faculty are highly experienced organisation consultants and coaches. As well as teaching on the Coaching for Organisation Consultants programme they research coaching practice, author books and contribute to academic journals.

    Dorothee Stoffels

    Dorothee Stoffels

    Programme Director
    BA/DipS, MSc, MA

    Ann Knights

    BA (Hons), MSc, MCIPD, DipM, ATT

    Erik de Haan

    Ashridge Centre for Coaching Director, MA, MSc, PHD

    David Birch

    BA (Hons), PGCE, MSc, PG Cert Supervision

    Charlotte Sills

    MA, MSc, PGCE, Teaching/Supervising Transactional Analyst (ITAA)

    Simon Cavicchia

    MA (Oxon), MSc (Organisational Change), MSc (Gestalt Psychotherapy), Dip. Supervision

    Fees & admissions

    Most applicants to the Team coaching programme are self-funded. However, as team coaching increases in popularity and organisations see the benefit, many employers are starting to fund this training for their employees.

    How to apply

    The application process will require the candidate to:

    • Submit a completed application form or online application

    • Provide details of two referees

    • Attend a virtual interview

    Entry requirements

    • An undergraduate or master's degree, or equivalent academic award, or if you are a mature individual without an academic qualification, evidence of appropriate conceptual and study skills

    • Minimum of three years' experience in an organisational consulting or coaching role

    • Proficiency in English

    Application Deadline

    January 2023

    Applications now open for February 2023 start.

    Program fees

    Fees
    Workshops Only 7,550 GBP
    Postgraduate Certificate in Team Coaching8,900 GBP
    Postgraduate Certificate + Diploma (inc. accreditation)12,300 GBP
    Master's in Executive Coaching23,175 GBP (inc. 10% discount on programme fee when you sign up for full Masters)

    Application deadlines

    Intake Start DatesApplication Deadline
    February 2023January 2023
    • All fees are excluding VAT

    Contact Us

    Request a call back from our admissions officer, Caroline Monfort. Or you can contact her directly on +44 (0)1442 902204

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