Are you looking to develop your coaching career? Do you want a coaching qualification that will help you to work at a deeper level with your clients? Our Executive Coaching Programme may be for you.
At Tavistock Consulting we have a unique way of working with our executive coaching clients in the commercial, public and voluntary sectors. Our approach helps our clients to understand and address the personal and organisational dynamics that impact on their effectiveness.
Our Executive Coaching programme draws on this systems psychodynamic approach using different and accessible learning techniques. It is designed to develop your confidence as an executive coach and help you to work in a more meaningful and deeper way. The Executive Coaching Programme has been accredited at Senior Practitioner Level by the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC).
Participants undertake ninety hours of coaching and receive intensive supervision, both one to one with an experienced supervisor in small coaching syndicates on the course and in the supervision groups, which follow every two day block.
The next intake for the Executive Coaching Programme begins in November 2017.
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When I decided to qualify as an executive coach, I immediately knew that I wanted to train at Tavistock Consulting. Over the years in my role as an HR Director I had got to know more about their approach having received executive coaching myself and having commissioned a piece of consultancy work from Tavistock Consulting. What differentiates them is a focus on what lies beneath the surface - what is really driving feelings and behaviours in organisations. The training programme is robust and strikes the perfect balance between theory and practice. I now feel very well equipped to progress my career as a coach.
Head of HR & Executive Coach (2014/15)
When the executive coaching course pops into mind, a smile comes to my mind. I love it: I think the group works well and is forming a nice cohesive and empathic whole. The slow-but-deep teaching style and the complementary approaches of the two teachers works well for me. I like the balance of theory and experience, a cycle of thinking-reflecting-doing-reflecting and I like it too because, so far at least, even when I’m in the hot-seat, I’ve felt safe. This is not an easy environment to create, but when it is created, it really fosters learning and higher levels of motivation.
Director of Management Consultancy practice (2013/14)
Looking back, I do think this is an excellent programme and for me, absolutely essential to bring to fruition my previous learnings. The Executive Coaching programme has really enabled me to integrate what I previously learned at the Tavistock into my practice. I would recommend it strongly to anyone who wants to apply systemic psychodynamic thinking to coaching and consultancy.
Emeritus Professor of Management University College Cork, Ireland (2012/13)
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