EMCC Global Provider Summit

24-25th November 2020


EMCC Global Provider Summit

24-25th November 2020


Dr Mary Hartog & Professor David Clutterbuck

Dr Mary Hartog & Professor David Clutterbuck: Becoming a team coach

Session on 24 November 2020 19:30 UTC - View on timetable


The session with explore what it means to becoming a Team Coach and address the difference between One to One coaching and Team Coaching.

The new EMCC Global TCQA and ITCA both draw from the same set of core standards, which themselves were developed, following research, extensive survey, and ongoing dialogue, by EMCC Global and in collaboration with team coaches:

  • Multi-stakeholder contracting and relationship management
  • Multi-stakeholder diagnostics
  • Evidence-based methods of team effectiveness
  • Systems thinking and group dynamics
  • Team coaching models and approaches
  • Managing the team coaching process
  • Experimentation and adaptability
  • Partnering with other coaches and facilitators
  • Developing your own team coaching practice
  • Supervision and reflective practice
  • Understanding self and self-development
  • Self-care and resilience.

Learning outcomes

  • Understand the parameters of Team Coaching
  • Identify the differences between One to One and Team Coaching
  • Explore Team Coaching standards and their development.


Dr Mary Hartog is EMCC Global WorkGroup Leader for Team Coaching and the Director of Leadership and Organisation Practice at Middlesex University Business School. Mary works with organisations to develop their talent, leadership and enhance business growth, through bespoke practice-based qualifications, using Action Learning and Team Coaching as key development tools.

Professor David Clutterbuck is one of Europe’s most respected writers and thinkers on leadership, coaching and mentoring. He has written nearly 50 books and hundreds of articles on cutting edge management themes.

He is co-founder of EMCC Global and founder of the thriving international consultancy, Clutterbuck Associates, which specialises in helping people in organisations develop leadership and coaching skills to help others. David is perhaps best-known in recent years for his work on mentoring, on which he consults around the world. His 12 books on mentoring and coaching include the classic “Everyone needs a mentor”, as well as “Learning Alliances”, “Mentoring in Action”, “Mentoring executives and directors”, “Techniques in Coaching and Mentoring”, and “Making Coaching Work and Coaching Teams at Work”.

David has been responsible for the implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of highly successful mentoring and coaching programmes in numerous organisations around the world, including Standard Chartered Bank, Goldman Sachs, Lloyds-TSB, World Bank and Nokia. David has worked with the Audit Commission in the UK, implementing a diversity mentoring programme that is now in its fifth phase.

He also researches, publishes and consults widely on Board performance and behaviour; and is currently investigating why succession planning so often doesn’t work. The link between these interests is the critical importance of dialogue, between individuals, and between them and the organisations, in which they work. He has helped hundreds of senior teams across the world find the Massively Difficult Questions that lead to deeper understanding of themselves and their businesses.

David was listed as one of the top 25 most influential thinkers in the field of Human Resources by HR Magazine, and was described by The Sunday Independent as second in the list of top business coaches in the UK.

He is Founder and Honorary Vice President of EMCC Global. He is visiting professor at both Sheffield Hallam University and Oxford Brookes University and is active in a charity he co-founded to develop new ways of using mentoring-style approaches to support young people with learning or social disabilities.