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C-Suite Team Coaching

"In organisations, real power and energy is generated through relationships.

The patterns of relationships and the capacities to form them are more important than tasks, functions, roles, and positions


- Margaret Wheatley, thought leader in organisational design

What Can I Expect From Team Coaching?

  • Getting clear on what’s needed to support the next chapter of the company e.g. organisation, people, process

  • Reconnecting the founder/ leadership team to new purpose and mission e.g. after a challenging year, or the departure of a key staff member

  • Reviewing, adapting, and adopting a decision making framework appropriate to the stage of the company

  • Building skills and experience in accountability both within team and organisation

  • Building a capacity to have hard conversations

  • Addressing conflict between two individuals in a team

  • Supporting a key change in the team e.g. transitioning out of founder CEO to Chairman Facilitating conversations about the elephant in the room

One of my key takeaways from this team coaching process was the importance and skill of appreciation. I really mean this – life at work is not just about results for me. It’s about who we are as human beings and how we can see each other as human beings in our endeavours as senior leaders

Andrew Reynolds,

Chief Executive UK and Global Board Member at RLB


As a CEO, you can carry a lot of the world on your shoulders. Team coaching is perfect for when you are frustrated with all around you, and you are carrying huge anxiety, you are not enjoying your job, and your team isn’t functioning as a team. Catherine brings a rigour and structure to this process that’s really important and also is also adaptable to the pace we need to move at

Matt Cheung,

CEO at Clarasys

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