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Welcome to our Speaker

Professor David Clutterbuck
Author, Management Thinker, Conference Speaker, Workshop Presenter, Researcher, and Occasional Comedian

David Clutterbuck is:

    • 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
    • Expert advisor to the African Executive Coaching CouncilOne 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!)
      Lead coach for the Ethical Coach project to bring coaching to developing countries without a significant coaching presence

David will present an exploration of how to increase the agility of BEAU teams (Business Evolving as Usual) and entire organizations

The story will cover:
We will look at teams and leadership from the perspective of complex, adaptive systems

The Learning will be:
How to “think agile” for teams – and teams of teams – that are not engaged in project work
How to redefine the nature of leadership
How to help teams of teams overcome organizational arthritis

Presentation, Breakout rooms, Q&A
Presentation, panel discussion, breakout and Q&A

Session Title:

Exploration: How to increase the agility of BEAU teams (Business Evolving as Usual) and entire organizations