Systemic Team Coaching ® drives powerful change at individual, team and organisational levels. This 3-day experiential program explores how to coach teams to consider both their internal dynamics and external stakeholders, working with the connections and influences within and outside the team.

Examining both internal and external aspects, the program provides a valuable way of supporting teams to improve their productivity and performance and therefore realising their full potential.

Completion of the Systemic Team Coaching ® Certificate is required for entry to the year long Systemic Team Coaching® Diploma.

“A really solid, well-designed programme which went through self-discovery and more teaching around the principles and application of the Hawkins’ Five Disciplines. The pace was good throughout and there was plenty of opportunity to practice and reflect.”
As Professor Peter Hawkins is presenting less programs in person, this is a rare opportunity to learn with him Face to Face in Europe in 2024.
We are sure the program is going to be hugely popular and as always oversubscribed when Peter is Lead Faculty.
It is recommended to book early and secure your place, whilst also taking advantage of the 10% Early Bird Discount* if booked before 16 December 2023 and paid within 7 days of the invoice date.

Target Audience

This programme is suitable to those who have experience in facilitation, coaching and developing teams or who have worked in organisational development. People on previous courses have included:
-  Managers or team/group leaders
-  Human resource, training and talent development professionals
-  Organisational consultants
-  Chief executive officers, business owners and employers
-  In-house and independent executive coaching professionals
“I would strongly recommend this high-quality, intensive programme. The focus on the ‘systemic’ part of systemic team coaching was the real revelation and across three days we covered a lot of ground.”

What you will learn

The core concepts of Systemic Team Coaching ® – this certificate level programme introduces you to the key skills involved in the Systemic Team Coaching process. You will gain an understanding of the Hawkins’ Five Disciplines model and its application to team coaching.
How to structure team coaching projects using Systemic Team Coaching ® – the hands-on practise will enable you to work with live experiments so that you explore the nature of team and group functioning and how to apply some of these in practice.

The importance of ‘Self as Instrument’ in the Systemic Team Coaching ® role
– physical senses, intuition, body as data collector and sense-maker.

How to use and apply the Team Connect 360 diagnostic tool in client work
– you will be licensed to use the tool and gain experience of interpreting a TC360 report.


Completing the 3-day program grants the Systemic Team Coaching® certification, which offers 19 ICF CPD credits (3 for Resource Development & 16 for Core Competency).
To attain full Systemic Team Coaching® Certification, participants are required to complete the Group Supervision/Action Learning sessions to continue to the Diploma program.


Develop a team coaching practice using a systemic approach to manage and motivate teams in a period of change and uncertainty. Gain practical knowledge and skills that can be applied to realworld situations. Increase your professional development with the Academy of Executive Coaching Certificate and ICF CPD credits.
“This certification program was quite honestly one of the most enlightening experiences I've ever had. The ability for Peter to take you out of your comfort zone, challenge your current mental models, and broaden your perspective to new ways of thinking in just 3 days is quite fascinating. It is also something that cannot easily be replicated. You have to truly be immersed in the program with him to fully understand the entire scope of systemic team coaching. I have been studying Peter's work for several years and I still walked away with a completely new understanding of what it takes to be a successful systemic team coach. Of course, having the program on the beautiful island of Barbados was a huge plus as well.”
Team Connect 360 (TC360) Diagnostic instrument
AoEC in partnership with Peter Hawkins has taken his 20 years of extensive research and development in high-performing teams and created an online team diagnostic instrument Team Connect 360 (TC360) based on his 5 Disciplines model.
On the program, you will experience the instrument and learn how it can be used.  On successfully completing the program you will become a licensed user and so have the option of using the instrument with your professional clients.


EARLY BIRD (10% Discount)
GBP £1,950     EUR €2,244     USD $2,500
until  12 January 2024

GBP £2,165     EUR €2,491     USD $2,775 

*Price is excluding Group Supervision/Action Learning & VAT


Program Lead:
Prof. Peter Hawkins

Local Organizer/Program Assistant:
Hellen Hettinga

Program Assistants:
Christophe Mikolajczak

Role Player:
Emmanuelle Aoustin



18 March 2024
15:00 - 18:00 CET

Introduction to Systemic Team Coaching® by Prof. Peter Hawkins

(Half day ‑ virtual)


24, 25 and 26 April 2024
9:00 - 17:30 CEST
at Comet Ternes, 8-10 rue Torricelli,
75017 Paris

(In‑person ‑ 3 days)


3 June 2024 | 8 July 2024 | 26 August 2024 | 7 Oct 2024
15:00 - 17:00 CEST

Group Supervision / Action Learning consists of 8 people**

(4 x 2-hour Group sessions)

*You will need to attend the four Action Learning/Group Supervision sessions to get your full Systemic Team Coaching® Certificate.

** The Group Supervision/Action Learning is optional and additional to the program fee £400 / €460 / US$515 per person.

Group Supervision/Action Learning is required for those seeking full certification.

Professor Peter Hawkins

Peter Hawkins, Chairman of Renewal Associates, co-founder of the Global Team Coaching Institute,  Emeritus Professor of Leadership at Henley Business School, and Senior Visiting Fellow, at Civil Service College (Singapore), is a leading consultant, coach, writer, and researcher in organizational strategy, leadership, culture change, team and board development, and coaching. He has worked with many leading organizations all over the world including Europe, Asia, the Middle East, South Africa, and America coaching Executive Teams and Boards and facilitating major change and organizational transformation projects. He has coached over 100 boards and senior executive teams, enabling them to develop their purpose, vision, values, collective leadership, and strategy for the future, in a wide range of international, large, and small commercial companies, government departments, NHS Trusts, professional services organizations, and charities.
Peter is an international thought leader in Systemic Coaching, Executive Teams, and Board Development, President of both the Association of Professional Executive Coaching and Supervision (; and the Academy of Executive Coaching ( and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and the Windsor Leadership Trust. He has been a keynote speaker at many international conferences on learning organization, leadership, and executive coaching and teaches and leads masterclasses in over 50 different countries around the world.
He is the author of many best-selling books and papers in the fields of Leadership, Board and Team Coaching, Systemic Coaching, Supervision and Organizational Transformation (including Leadership Team Coaching, Kogan Page; 2011 (4th edition, 2021); Leadership Team Coaching in Practice (3rd edition 2022, Systemic Coaching (with Eve Turner (Routledge 2020); Coaching, Mentoring and Organizational Consultancy: Supervision, Skills and Development (with Nick Smith), McGraw-Hill/Open University Press, (2nd ed, 2013); Creating a Coaching Culture, McGraw Hill, 2012; and The Wise Fool’s Guide to Leadership, O Books, 2005; Supervision in the Helping Professions (5th edition 2020 with Aisling McMahon) McGraw Hill and Integrative Psychotherapy (2020 with Judy Ryde) Jessica Kingsley.

Hellen Hettinga

Hellen has been associated with Renewal Associates since 2020, building on a partner relationship with Peter since 2015.  An ICF Professional Certified Coach (PCC), certified supervisor of coaches, mentors and consultants and facilitator in change leadership.
Hellen partners with individuals, teams and organisations navigating complex challenges in uncertain environments. Her intention is to enable conversations that matter and to create conditions for learning collectively for people and planet to thrive.
With an international corporate background and leadership experience in various sectors and countries, she works mostly with multinational organisations.
She encourages embodied learning - connecting head, heart and body, ‘being rather than thinking the change’. Inviting stakeholders in the room, including the non-human ones, she challenges clients to show up as whole persons. Holding a deep curiosity and sensitivity for diversity, she believes in the power of community.  Her style is described as warm with a strong, calm presence. She is known for her capacity to work with ethical dilemmas.
A Dutch national, she has lived and worked in Russia, Netherlands, Indonesia, Bangladesh and France. Married and mother of three sons, she now lives in Paris region.

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