Session on 24 November 2020 15:30 UTC - View on timetable
For the last 10 years I have worked with wonderful colleagues to develop many coach training courses. I have achieved EQA accreditation for three programmes at two highly–regarded organisations and have integrated one of them into a successful Masters–level academic course. I now also lead the development of leadership development programmes that have coaching principles at their heart.
I’ve noticed over the years that, in the face of many competing agendas, it can be hard to retain focus on the key question of “How am I enabling my participants to learn in a quality way?” The time needed for this can so easily be consumed by day–to–day pressures of business development, scheduling, materials, resource management, quality procedures, administration and such like.
I imagine this dilemma is the same for many other EQA Providers and I would like to invite you to explore this with me.
We’ll be looking at such questions as:
I plan to run the session with an open, exploratory mind and not from a ‘best practice’ or judgemental perspective. If change is possible it is more likely to come from acceptance and adaptation, and not from ‘shoulds’ and ‘oughts’.
At the end of this session you will have:
Vincent Traynor is a Principal Lecturer at Sheffield Hallam University in the UK and an independent executive coach, organisation consultant and supervisor of professional practice.
He is a Global Master Coach Practitioner, with EMCC Global, and has ESIA accreditation as a Coach Supervisor. He has 25 years’ experience specialising in the development, delivery and evaluation of one-to-one and group-based interventions that develop clarity, competence, collaboration and commitment to new ways of being and working.
Clients have included: UK government: Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy, BT, Centrica, Sky, Vision Express, PwC, the NHS, UK Athletics, Surrey County Council, Sheffield City Region Growth Hub, Sheffield Hallam University and a wide range of small and medium–sized businesses.
Vincent’s academic focus is applied leadership and organisation development, and adult learning.
He holds the following additional professional practice qualifications: