How to increase the agility of BEAU teams (Business Evolving as Usual) and Entire Organizations
Teams are what drive business. Whether it be the Leadership team, the Marketing team, the Development Team, or the Transformation team; they are the lifeblood of the company organism.
When we hear about Business Agility and Business Transformation, we think about how teams are restructured, moulded into new forms, and changed. Resistance in organisations follows and many of these transformation efforts grind on without real change happening.
David will explore how we can increase agility in teams by looking at how these teams can evolve. He uses the term BEAU to describe the Business Evolving as Usual teams and considers how this can, in turn, to evolve entire organisations.
David will look at teams and leadership from the perspective of a complex, adaptive system
Mixed with interactive breakouts and Q&A
- How to “think agile” for teams – and teams of teams – that are not engaged in project work (for example Services or other non-project based activities)
- How to redefine the nature of leadership
- How to help teams of teams overcome organizational arthritis
About David Clutterbuck
David Clutterbuck is one of the early pioneers of developmental coaching and mentoring and co-founder of the European Mentoring & Coaching Council. Author of more than 70 books, including the first evidence-based titles on coaching culture and team coaching, he is visiting professor at four business schools. He leads a global network of specialist mentoring and coaching training consultants, Coaching and Mentoring International.
- The last fully active survivor of the original pioneers of modern coaching and mentoring – 40 years in the forefront of thinking in this area
- One of the world’s leading management and leadership thinkers
- The most prolific author globally in the field of coaching and mentoring – around half of his 70 books and 90% of his hundreds of articles
- Author of the first English language books on developmental mentoring, evidence-based team coaching, and coaching culture
- Visiting professor of coaching and mentoring at four universities, including Henley Business School and Oxford Brookes; and visiting lecturer at other universities around the world
- Distinguished Fellow of The Conference Board and recently appointed Chartered Companion of the CIPD
- Lead researcher for a wide range of studies including, most recently, ones into coach maturity, coach-AI partnerships, contracting, team coach supervision and when coaches should turn down assignments
- Practice lead for Coaching and Mentoring International, an international network of trainers and researchers specialising in coaching and mentoring
- Co-founder of the oldest professional association in coaching and mentoring, the European Mentoring and Coaching Council, for which he is now Special Ambassador, tasked with spreading good practice internationally
- Lead coach for the Ethical Coach project to bring coaching to developing countries without a significant coaching presence
- Expert advisor to the African Executive Coaching Council
- One of the most entertaining and thought-provoking facilitators and presenters on the international lecture circuit (helped perhaps by being trained as a stand-up comic!