Learning from Experience - Adopting a coaching mindset: A 'tool box' for leading and engaging teams through changing landscapes
During this short webinar Beverley Wallace will share with you some of the techniques and strategies she successfully deployed in pursuit of making change work and stick, at the very core of this is adopting a coaching mindset within yourself and within others. She will take you through the tangible benefits, both in terms of people behaviour and ROI, that can be achieved by developing coaching techniques and thinking across a whole team, from most junior to most senior. She will aim to provoke and encourage new thinking in your approach to leadership, and to encourage bravery to test and try new things and notice the result.
This is a short webinar, designed for busy people, with plenty of space factored in for some discussion and shared thoughts.
Beverley is highly experienced, with over 20 years’ experience as a Transformational Change and Organisation Development specialist within the Public Sector in the UK and Overseas; navigating complex organisational transformation and change programmes which have had a positive ROI and driven impact for the business.
Operating at senior level as a Change Leader she brought a holistic, human and systemic approach to institutional complex change programmes, coaching teams to adapt to change and raise performance. She focussed on developing people to lead, manage and accept the change as a collective, to own it, engage with it and ultimately embrace it.
In doing so, she built senior leadership teams, she coached managers to become leaders and she supported young next generation graduates and apprentices at the start of their careers, which she continues to do today often on a pro-gratis basis.
Beverley has a reputation for successfully navigating people through complex change programmes on a personal, team and organisational level; translating ideas and concepts into realistic action; delivering business results efficiently and effectively; being compassionate and generous, balanced with a challenging and insightful approach; and a strong moral compass aligned with the EMCC and ICF code of ethics.