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29th November 2017
Young guy texting on the street
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29th January 2018

An experiential workshop on contracting with teams

Photo of a circle of hands in the sand

Venue: Ashridge House, Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, HP4 1NS
Date: Monday 5 March 2018

Contracting is a hard enough discipline for coaches to master. Contracting with teams is an order of magnitude more complex. That’s why I’m working with People & Performance, and Oyster Development in offering a live experience in team contracting to strengthen our team contracting muscles.

While most of us are familiar with contracting one to one in coaching, we may have less confidence when doing this with teams. We will be exploring what changes when the contract involves multiple stakeholders, such as when working with groups or a team.

Who should attend?

Those who will get the most from this day will be experienced coaches with a good understanding of contracting with individuals in a coaching setting and who want to explore how to contract in a team coaching setting.

I will be holding the day as we explore. My approach will be to make this an experience in group contracting. We’ll spend the morning contracting as a group and the afternoon reflecting on our experience to identify the diverse elements and dynamics of the group, and pulling together the threads of learning from this.

The fee for the day is £400 plus VAT, which includes a wonderful Ashridge lunch.

There is space for up to 12 people. If you wish to attend please email Paul Watkins or Christina Youell.

Download the flyer for this workshop (PDF)