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Peter Hawkins

  • Professor of Leadership at Henley Business School

Peter Hawkins Biography

Peter Hawkins is Professor of Leadership at Henley Business School, Chairman of Renewal Associates, and founder and emeritus Chairman of Bath Consultancy Group, Chairman of Metaco South Africa and Honorary President of the Academy of Executive Coaching and APECS. He is a leading consultant, writer and researcher in leadership and leadership development and an international thought leader in executive teams, systemic team coaching and coaching supervision. He has just led a major global research project on Tomorrow’s Leadership and the Necessary Revolution in Today’s Leadership Development for Henley Business School and finished writing the second edition of Leadership Team Coaching in Practice to be published in July 2018 by Kogan Page.

Over the last 35 years he has worked with many leading companies all over the world, co-designing and facilitating major change and organisational transformation projects and coaching company boards and leadership teams. He has helped several senior executive teams develop their vision, values and strategy for the future, both in commercial companies, public sector, higher education and large professional service organisations.

He is the author of several best-selling and internationally translated books including Leadership Team Coaching in Practice (Kogan Page, 2014; 2nd edition 2018); Leadership Team Coaching (Kogan Page, 2011; 2nd ed, 2014; 3rd ed 2017); Coaching, Mentoring and Organizational Consultancy: Supervision, Skills and Development (with Nick Smith, McGraw-Hill/Open University Press, 2nd ed, 2013); Creating a Coaching Culture, (McGraw Hill, 2012); and The Wise Fool’s Guide to Leadership (O Books, 2005) and Supervision in the Helping Professions (McGraw Hill 1989,2000,2006,2012 with Robin Shohet);

He is visiting professor in Leadership and Change at the University of Bath, School of Management and in Executive Coaching at Oxford Brookes University School of Management. He is on the board of a number of small companies and charitable trusts.

He is married with three grown up children and five grandchildren, as well as having a range of animals and gardens to look after on his 37 acres on the edge of Bath.

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Peter Hawkins

  • Professor of Leadership at Henley Business School
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Systemic Coaching: Delivering Value Beyond the Individual and Beyond the Team

Session length: 45 minutes

2019-06-05T09:00:00-04:00 Wednesday, June 5th 9:00 EDT

This session will first show how the coaching approaches of the 20th Century need to radically change for the 21st century, based on the changing nature of organizations and leadership, as well as the disruptors affecting coaching.

It will then outline the approach of Systemic Coaching - where the coach partners with the coachee to co-create the coaching in service of the coachee’s many stakeholders and realising the potential of the coachee needed for the future.

It will show ways of getting the stakeholders involved in the contracting process, the evaluation and review of the coaching, as well as bringing their voices into every coaching session.

We will briefly also show how this approach applies in group and Systemic Team Coaching, delivering value beyond the confines of the team.

Key Learning Takeaways

  1. How to enroll your coachee as a partner in the coaching
  2. How to engage stakeholders in contracting, reviewing and in the coaching process
  3. How to attend to the wider systems in coaching including the ecological
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Peter Hawkins

  • Professor of Leadership at Henley Business School
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Panel Discussion: Systemic Coaching: Delivering Value Beyond the Individual and Beyond the Team

Session length: 45 minutes

2019-06-05T13:00:00-04:00 Wednesday, June 5th 13:00 EDT

Peter Hawkins, Barbara Walsh and John-Leary Joyce will discuss how the coaching approaches of the 20th Century need to radically change for the 21st century, based on the changing nature of organizations and leadership, as well as the disruptors affecting coaching.

The panel will also discuss Systemic Coaching - an approach whereby the coach partners with the coachee to co-create the coaching in service of the coachee’s many stakeholders and realising the potential of the coachee needed for the future.

Key Learning Takeaways

  1. How to enroll your coachee as a partner in the coaching
  2. How to engage stakeholders in contracting, reviewing and in the coaching process
  3. How to attend to the wider systems in coaching including the ecological
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Peter Hawkins

  • Professor of Leadership at Henley Business School
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Live Coaching Demonstration with Peter Hawkins: Systemic Coaching

Session length: 45 minutes

2019-06-05T17:00:00-04:00 Wednesday, June 5th 17:00 EDT

During this live coaching demonstration, Peter Hawkins will bring on one of his clients and coach them live using his methodologies. Attendees will get the chance to see high level coaching in action and observe directly how a leading coach can establish trust, listen with complete focus, deeply understand their clients’ needs, ask powerful questions and communicate effectively during a real-life coaching situation.

The first part of the call will be the speaker introducing the client and what methodologies and process they are going to use to coach them. During the second part the live coaching demonstration will take place. The third part is a debrief of the demonstration for attendees to learn which tools and methodologies the coach used in which context and understand how to create similar results with their own clients, especially when it comes to their coaching presence, listening ability, the power of the questions asked as well as clarity and effectiveness in communication. The fourth and final part is a Q&A with the audience, helping them to integrate their learnings and gain additional clarity on how to implement their learnings with their own clients.

Key Learning Takeaways

  1. How to work systemically.
  2. How to co-create between the coach and coachee.
  3. How to deliver value beyond the individual coachee.
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Peter Hawkins

  • Professor of Leadership at Henley Business School
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Systemic Coaching - Delivering Value Beyond the Individual and Beyond the Team

Session length: 90 minutes

2020-04-23T09:00:00-04:00 Thursday, April 23rd 9:00 EDT

This session will first show how the coaching approaches of the 20th Century need to radically change for the 21st century, based on the changing nature of organizations and leadership, as well as the disruptors affecting coaching.

It will then outline the approach of Systemic Coaching - where the coach partners with the coachee to co-create the coaching in service of the coachee’s many stakeholders and realising the potential of the coachee needed for the future.

It will show ways of getting the stakeholders involved in the contracting process, the evaluation and review of the coaching, as well as bringing their voices into every coaching session.

We will briefly also show how this approach applies in group and Systemic Team Coaching, delivering value beyond the confines of the team.

Key Learning Takeaways

  1. How to enroll your coachee as a partner in the coaching.
  2. How to engage stakeholders in contracting, reviewing and in the coaching process.
  3. How to attend to the wider systems in coaching including the ecological.
Peter Hawkins Photo

Peter Hawkins

  • Professor of Leadership at Henley Business School
GET ACCESS TO THIS SESSION

Systemic Coaching Demonstration with Peter Hawkins

Session length: 90 minutes

2020-04-23T17:00:00-04:00 Thursday, April 23rd 17:00 EDT

During this live coaching demonstration, Peter Hawkins will bring on one of his clients and coach them live using his methodologies. Attendees will get the chance to see high level coaching in action and observe directly how a leading coach can establish trust, listen with complete focus, deeply understand their clients’ needs, ask powerful questions and communicate effectively during a real-life coaching situation.

The first part of the call will be the speaker introducing the client and what methodologies and process they are going to use to coach them. During the second part the live coaching demonstration will take place.

The third part is a debrief of the demonstration for attendees to learn which tools and methodologies the coach used in which context and understand how to create similar results with their own clients, especially when it comes to their coaching presence, listening ability, the power of the questions asked as well as clarity and effectiveness in communication.

The fourth and final part is a Q&A with the audience, helping them to integrate their learnings and gain additional clarity on how to implement their learnings with their own clients.