Announcing dates of the USA Systemic Team Coaching Diploma programme 2019/20

Now, more than ever, organizations are aiming to encourage the best performance from their teams – and enable them to respond effectively to unprecedented change and uncertainty. Systemic Team Coaching provides a richer, more sustainable transformation than other forms of team or group development.

Peter Hawkins and Renewal Associates are delighted to announce that they are bringing the Systemic Team Coaching Diploma program to the USA for the first time with dates for Modules 2-5 of the programme in New York. (You will need to have completed Module 1 before commencing the rest of the Diploma.)

  • Module 2 – 1-3 July 2019
  • Module 3 – 2-4 October 2019
  • Module 4 – 16-18 January 2020
  • Module 5 – 15-16 April 2020

The Systemic Team Coaching Diploma enables experienced coaches, organizational development consultants and team leaders to become among the most highly qualified team coaches in the field today.

One of the longest-running team coaching programmes available which has been running since 2010 in Europe and since 2016 in South Africa, this ICF-accredited team coaching training deepens your practice by supporting you in applying your learning to a live client assignment. It offers the expertise of highly experienced coaching faculty and support of an experienced, international learning community. The faculty includes leading systemic team coaches from USA, Canada and the UK.

Please see the flyer for information including dates and booking. A more detailed brochure including module content is also available.

For any questions, please contact fiona.benton@renewalassociates.co.uk

“Systemic Team Coaching is an ongoing partnership and the Masters-level Diploma helps you learn how to partner with a complex team during a coaching programme lasting 9-12 months. It provides a very rich action learning cycle with theories, practice with your learning group, applying your learning to your client project, as well as review, reflection and supervision from expert faculty.”
Professor Peter Hawkins, Chairman Renewal Associates and AoEC Honorary President