Our purpose is to help you change; at the individual level, team level and organisational level. We adopt a systemic approach to our work and are thought leaders in this space. We conduct our own ongoing program of original research, the results of which are published in academic journals and translated into easy-to-read white papers.
All our coaches have learned to become dialogic and systemic through their experience working with, and for, organisations. We know you cannot change an organisation one person at a time – that is the old paradigm. To attempt to do so is to ignore the relational nature of leadership. We must think and work at the systemic level.
We are committed to become better at what we do. We conduct our own ongoing program of original research, the results of which are published in academic journals and translated into easy-to-read white papers. Coaching is still a young industry with a lot of growing still to do. We are committed to play our own small role in contributing to the further evolution of coaching as it transitions from its traditional focus on skills and competencies to something more holistic and mature. We have our own Academy, the purpose of which is to further develop the capability of coaches, especially internal coaches and leaders.
We like to summarise who we are in three words/phrases:
Impact – We design holistic interventions that deliver sustainable business outcomes
Insight – We undertake and publish our own original research into the effectiveness of coaching, leadership and change
Innovation – We constantly refresh our offerings based on insights gained through original research
We are the Centre for Coaching in Organisations. We believe in the power of coaching as a tool to unleash systemic, sustainable change. Our services include:
- Individual coaching, team and group coaching
- Coaching skills programs and coaching culture strategies
- Coach education – the CCO Academy
- Coach supervision training (in partnership with Oxford Brookes University)
- Leadership development