Does a Strong Coaching Culture Lead to More Successful Change? (Auckland, NZ)
Building a Coaching Culture for Change Management
The Human Capital Institute and the International Coach Federation have partnered to research the role of coaching and coaching cultures in successful organisational change. HR, L&D and line managers surveyed considered the top three investments making a positive difference to the outcomes of change management initiatives are:
- work group coaching
- one-on-one coaching
- team coaching with professional coaches
Survey respondents also identified the importance of coaching as a difference maker to success, at every stage of change projects.
Many successful organisations surveyed used all three coaching delivery methods – external coaches, internal coaches and managers who coach.
Our speaker, Andy Britton, will present the findings of this global study and explore what coaching “looks like” in a high performing organisation. He will also offer some insights into the difference coaching cultures are making around the globe.
We will also have the opportunity to network and share perspectives with other change practitioners during the first of our Auckland Chapter events for 2019.
About our Speaker
Andy Britton was a Partner with PwC for 16 years and was engaged on several Organisational Change projects. Andy currently specialises in training, professional mentoring and executive coaching - consulting with large private and public sector organisations in New Zealand, Australia and Europe.
Andy has served as Chair of several Boards, and is currently a Trustee for the Hundertwasser Art Museum project in New Zealand. He is a Director and co-owner of Coaching Pacific Ltd, a Leadership Development consultancy working in Australasia, the US and Europe.
Andy is a Fellow Chartered Accountant (FCA) with both CAANZ and the ICAEW, a member of the Institute of Directors and an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) of the International Coaching Federation.
Members $20, Non-Members $40. Members should login to claim the discount. Registration from 11.45am with the event commencing at 12pm. Times are NZDT. IAG offices are on the corner of Fanshawe Street & Market Place. On-street parking is available in Market Place & Customs Street West.
We acknowledge and thank our event sponsor IAG for their support.
IAG is the leading general insurance provider in New Zealand across both the direct and intermediated channels. Insurance products are sold directly to customers predominantly under the State and AMI brands, and through intermediaries (insurance brokers and authorised representatives) predominantly under the Lumley and NZI brands. Personal lines and commercial products are also distributed under third party brands by IAG's corporate partners, including large financial institutions.
IAG in New Zealand has around 47% of the general insurance market in New Zealand. We have more than 4000 employees servicing the needs of our customers through a variety of channels - nationwide branches, call centres, sales sites, and online. Our shared services division provides support to the wider business.