For those organisations that have invested heavily in the development of internal coaches the TMCP master class series is an effective way to help coaches to develope their practice and hone their skillset while meeting their CPD/CME requirements. We provide busy coaches with essential skills and knowledge on current issues that are relevant to their daily practice. The use of case studies and practical demonstrations encourage sharing of best practice and interactions with peers and experts, creating better learning outcomes for coaches and their practice.
Succession Management and Coaching
Talk to any CEO today and you will find that succession planning and executive development is one of their top three priorities. At the same time recent research suggests that most CEO’s are unhappy with the current succession planning practices and are concerned about their company’s ability to develop the leadership capacity required to meet business needs. June has carried out significant research in the areas of succession management and has developed a number of practices to help managers address the challenges of successful succession planning at both a strategic and an operational level. The workshop will:
The First 90 Days
Transition failure is a common phenomenon with more than 30% of newly executives leaving the company within 12 months (Corporate Leadership Council 2000). By helping newly promoted or hired executives to match their strengths to the specific requirements of the organisations onboard coaching can help the executive make immediate, significant and lasting contributions to the organisation. The First 90 Days Workshop provides coaches and leaders with the tools to help their manager and leaders
Emotional Intelligent teams
More and more organisations are moving away from hierarchical structures, and relying to a much greater extent on teams to create and run projects. The way team members relate to each other is vital to success. Whatever the project, the team members must be good communicators who can maintain motivation and deal with any differences in viewpoints before they reach the stage of hostile conflict. So you need a team of individuals with emotional intelligence. However, it doesn’t necessarily follow that, if you’ve got that, the team itself will have emotional intelligence. The whole is not always greater than the sum of its parts, and can, indeed, sometimes be less. This master class explores the foundation blocks for emotional intelligent teamwork.