David Clutterbuck

David Clutterbuck è docente specializzato in Coaching, Mentoring e Top Team Development. Autore di 70 libri, è riconosciuto a livello internazionale come uno dei massimi esperti di Team Coaching ed è co-fondatore del prestigioso EMCC - European Mentoring and Coaching Council. Nel 2011 è stato eletto "Mentore dell'anno" dalla rivista Coaching at Work e Human Resource Magazine lo ha definito "uno dei 25 pensatori più influenti sul tema della Leadership".

David Clutterbuck
Il Team Coaching in virtuale

Il Team Coaching in virtuale

L’emergenza sanitaria e il lavoro da remoto hanno catapultato i team sul virtuale, come anche la pratica del Team Coaching. Quando si parla di lavoro in team quali sono le differenze tra virtuale e “reale”? Gestire un Team Coaching in virtuale prevede una serie di definizioni e preparazioni a monte della sessione, ed è fondamentale …

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Dal Coaching 1:1 al Team Coaching

Dal Coaching 1:1 al Team Coaching

Man mano che il Coach matura nella sua pratica, diventa sempre più consapevole che è impossibile sviluppare l’individuo senza intervenire sul sistema di cui fa parte. Le persone raramente operano in modo isolato all’interno delle organizzazioni. I loro successi e le difficoltà nel provocare cambiamenti interni ed esterni, dipendono fortemente da altre persone, da quello …

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Is your organisation ready for internally sourced team coaching?

Is your organisation ready for internally sourced team coaching?

Teams are the cellular structures that make the corporate body work. Without teams, it would be next to impossible to organise large, complex tasks. Yet teams rarely perform as well as they might. This may be because they are too big (the optimum size of no more than eight goes back to our ancient ancestors, …

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Yet another reason to focus more on the team and less on individuals

Yet another reason to focus more on the team and less on individuals

Having a team full of superstars doesn’t lead to high performance, according to research by Roderick Swaab, a professor at Insead business school, and his colleagues. His researches indicate that when two-thirds of the team are star performers, they co-operate less and become more competitive with each other. The reason seems to be that stars …

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Why do Coaches need supervision?

Why do Coaches need supervision?

Coaching Supervision is a process for helping coaches reflect on their practice so that they grow in competence and ensure client safety. It draws on the world of counseling, where supervisors provide three important roles:  • Normative – the supervisor accepts (or more accurately shares with the supervisee) responsibility for ensuring that the supervisee’s work is …

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Why leading change just keeps getting more complicated

Why leading change just keeps getting more complicated

There are thousands of studies and books on managing change or leading change. The former tend to focus on ways to work with and overcome people’s resistance; the latter on creating a vision that people can sign up to and engage with. Of course, both these perspectives are important and indeed implementing change usually requires …

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How to build a Coaching culture in work teams

How to build a Coaching culture in work teams

A couple of years ago, I started to gather anecdotal evidence about the effectiveness of sheep-dip training for line managers as coaches. (Typically a two or three day “Line Manager as Coach” workshop.) The results were even worse than I expected. Many managers went back to their teams and reverted to their old behaviours immediately. …

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Linking Mentoring and Coaching to business processes

Linking Mentoring and Coaching to business processes

Mentoring and coaching both support and are supported by a number of key business processes. In particular:  Succession planning  Mentoring, especially, assists employees in thinking about their careers and how to align their ambitions with those of the organisation. Senior managers also get to know the capabilities and aspirations of more junior colleagues and are …

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How can I help my manager to Coach me?

How can I help my manager to Coach me? Acknowledge the Coach’s potential to help: Everyone likes to feel useful and wanted. Making this explicit raises the boss’ sense of the value of spending time Coaching you. See the coaching session as an opportunity to enhance the quality of the relationship between you: In building understanding about …

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