Endings in Executive Coaching and Team Coaching

Explore three aspects of the team coaching relationship: the systemic relationship, the learning relationship, and the human relationship.

Event Details

Wednesday, November 20, 2024
1:30-5pm GMT (London)
Webinar (Zoom)
£150 + VAT

What matters?

What is symbolic and meaningful at the end of a team coaching relationship? By developing an understanding of what really matters to us as practitioners and what is figurative in our coaching relationship, we move our attention beyond definitions, coaching outcomes, and effectiveness to focus on our purpose and what we are trying to achieve in our work.

Course overview and details

Our session into a much-overlooked juncture in team coaching will draw upon both academic research and current practice—from the perspective of an active team coach practitioner and supervisor. We’ll reference the chapter on endings in Relational Team Coaching (de Haan and Stoffels, 2023). You’ll also have the opportunity to experiment and explore endings in team coaching. There will be time for both reflective practice and peer coaching.

By the end of this session, you’ll have gained insights into fellow coaches’ experiences in endings, how they approach them and how this informs their purpose. You’ll also consider how you bring about endings, and what you might do differently in the future.


Course fees: £150 + VAT

Discount available for bulk booking.

Meet the speakers

Rachael Hanley-Browne

Rachael Hanley-Browne, MA is an AoEC- and EMCC-Accredited Coach and TIHR Accredited Supervisor who offers a developmental space for her clients to experiment, seek clarity, formulate choices, and subsequently make informed changes.

Rachael coaches executives, c-suite teams and boards with a view to co-creating transformation at an enterprise level. Her niche is in working with organisations led by subject-matter experts, e.g. technologists, engineers and scientists. She has a background in international commercial leadership including holding P&L accountability, establishing startups and creating new revenue streams.

Rachael is Chair of the EMCC Global Council and owns a business dedicated to team coaching, The Team Lab. She offers supervision for executive and team coaches. Rachael published a chapter on endings in Relational Team Coaching (de Haan and Stoffels) in 2023.

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Next intake: October 17, 2024

The deadline for our next intake is September 10, 2024. This is a fully online cohort and places are filling up fast, so we encourage you to apply as soon as possible.