|Date||8 February 2022|
“Teams are the greatest source of competitive advantage and the ultimate expression of organisational contribution. It is only when we are leading and working with others effectively and efficiently that we can know our best and most productive selves.”Webster, D. (2021) Creating Adaptable Teams: From the Psychology of Coaching to the Practice of Leaders. McGraw Hill.
This session will explore the principles of ‘Teamship’ and how coaches, leaders and team members can create teams that can adapt and thrive as the world changes. David will share research and insight from over 20 years of coaching senior leadership and project teams in national and global organisations.
Who Should Attend?
• Those who coach teams or are interested in doing so.
• Leaders who wish to lead their teams more effectively.
• Team members who wish to create immediate impact.
David Webster is a Partner at Centre for Teams. He is an experienced and well-regarded chartered occupational and coaching psychologist (HCPC registered) and has been senior coaching teams internationally for over 20 years. David served as Chair of the British Psychological Society’s Coaching Psychology Group 2017–2019 and won the CEO Today Management Consulting Award 2018. His clients include Woodside Energy (Australia), EDF Energy, Brilliant Noise, RLG International and Thames Water Utilities.
“He makes the complex simple – the true sign of a genius – because he focuses, as always, on the audience or reader and not himself.”Professor Karen Middleton CBE, Chief Executive Officer of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.
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