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In this webinar, Professor David Clutterbuck will be introducing you to evolving concepts and good practice of team coaching from a complex adaptive systems perspective, and how we apply those lessons to coaching teams in a virtual environment.

Complex adaptive systems team coaching is all about helping teams to raise their performance both now and for the long term, by understanding the complexity of their environment, the environment that links them with their stakeholders and their influences and the ways that the team can help them to become a more effective total system.

He will be showing you how to create a complex adaptive systems approach that allows you to create closer partners within the team, and how to deal with the fallout from COVID-19, such as survivor syndrome, and the need for a radically different style of leadership – and the role of team coaches in making that happen.

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Your Host – Professor David Clutterbuck

David Clutterbuck is one of the early pioneers of developmental coaching and mentoring and co-founder of the European Mentoring & Coaching Council (EMCC).  He leads a global network of specialist mentoring and coaching training consultants, Coaching and Mentoring International (CMI) and has been responsible for the implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of highly successful mentoring and coaching programmes in numerous organizations around the world.

David is the author of more than 70 books including the first evidence-based titles on coaching culture and team coaching.

He is visiting professor to the coaching and mentoring faculties of Henley Business School, Oxford Brookes University, Sheffield Hallam University and York St John in the United Kingdom. In addition, he is active in a charity he co-founded to develop new ways of using mentoring-style approaches to support young people with learning or social disabilities.

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