He recently led a major global research project on Tomorrow’s Leadership and the Necessary Revolution in Today’s Leadership Development.
Over the last 35 years he has worked with many leading companies around the world, co-designing and facilitating major change and organisational transformation projects and coaching company boards and leadership teams. He has helped several senior executive teams develop their vision, values and strategy for the future.
Peter is co-founder and lead contributor to Renewal Associates/ AoEC international training in Systemic Team Coaching and the Global Team Coaching Institute with Professor David Clutterbuck and WBECS.
He is the author of several best-selling books including Systemic Coaching – Delivering Value Beyond the Individual, co-written with Eve Turner, Integrative Psychotherapy in Theory and Practice, co-written with Judy Ryde, Leadership Team Coaching; Leadership Team Coaching in Practice; Coaching, Mentoring and Organizational Consultancy: Supervision, Skills and Development (with Nick Smith); Creating a Coaching Culture, Supervision in the Helping Professions; and The Wise Fool’s Guide to Leadership.
He is Honorary president of the Academy of Executive Coaching (www.aoec.com) through whom he leads trainings in Systemic Team Coaching internationally, and the Association of Professional Executive Coaching and Supervision (www.apecs.com). He is chairman and on the board of several small companies and charitable trusts. Peter was joint founder, in 1986, of Bath Consultancy Group.
Shirzad is former CEO of CTI (Co-Active Training Institute) and trained faculty at Stanford and Yale business schools. A preeminent C-suite advisor, Shirzad has coached hundreds of CEOs and their executive teams. His background includes graduate level studies in neuroscience in addition to a BA in psychology, an MS in electrical engineering, and an MBA from Stanford.
Through speaking, training and consulting, she teaches business leaders innovative strategies that increase value for clients, deliver results and ensure competitiveness.
She is the co-author of the bestselling book Get Big Things Done: The Power of Connectional Intelligence. Erica was named by Thinkers50 as “The Oprah of Management Ideas” and featured as one of the emerging management thinkers most likely to shape the future of business. She hosts the award winning podcast Masters of Leadership.
Erica speaks on global stages ranging from the World Economic Forum at Davos to companies such as Fedex, Pepsico, and McGraw Hill Financial. Erica writes for Harvard Business Review, Forbes, Fast Company and the Huffington Post.
Erica also serves as a board member to Lufthansa Innovation Hub. Previously, she worked at Lehman Brothers and Barclays Capital. She has a MPA from Harvard University, a MBA from MIT Sloan, and a BS in Economics from The Wharton School.
Tim has written more than 150 articles on leadership, change, strategy, human capital, culture, and employee engagement. He is a highly sought-after advisor, coach, and facilitator to CEOs and senior leadership teams. He has worked with leading organisations around the world.
Tim’s leadership experience is extensive. He was previously the president and CEO of Decker, a consulting firm based in San Francisco, and CEO of Novations SDC, a consulting and training firm based in Boston. Prior to these assignments, Dr. Clark spent several years in manufacturing, serving as a vice president of operations and plant manager of Geneva Steel Company. He began his career as a survey research project director for what is now Harris Interactive in Washington, D.C.
Dr. Clark earned a doctorate degree in Social Science from Oxford University and was both a Fulbright and British Research Scholar. He also earned a master’s degree in Government and Economics from the University of Utah. As an undergraduate at Brigham Young University, he was named a first-team Academic All-American football player where he completed a triple degree cum laude.
Christina’s mission is to inspire and empower leaders to find solutions to humanity’s grand challenges. Through her work, she seeks to open hearts and minds to the possibilities for humanity presented by exponential technologies.
Christina is an expert faculty member at Singularity University. She hosts the SingularityU Australia Summit podcast, Inspire for 5 and writes for several publications.
Christina is a sought after corporate and university program designer and facilitator - her curriculums are driven by design thinking, engagement, purpose and fun. She lectures in Business, Innovation and Entrepreneurship where she advocates Moonshot Thinking – disrupting current mindsets to encourage exploration into what is possible.
In September 2020, she will launch her first co-authored published book titled ‘Take Your Space’ sharing the secrets of 14 successful and diverse women.
Through her corporate business development and governance experience as Co-Chair of Te Ohu Whai Ao Trust and Ngāti Tamaoho Charitable Trusts, Rachel continues to remain locally grounded and globally focused, and stays globally connected as a board director with Unicef, Aotearoa New Zealand allows her to stay connected to global issues.
Kristal is a Director of the National Aboriginal Sporting Chance Academy (NASCA), Director of Worthwhile Ventures, a social venture capital not for profit organisation and a Director of Indigenous joint venture legal firm Jaramer Legal.
Kristal is passionate about creating lasting pathways and growing the capabilities of Indigenous businesses and individuals. She contributes at the interface of Aboriginal business development and government and business procurement. A multiple award winner, Kristal was awarded 2017 NSW Aboriginal Woman of the Year, 2017 Supplier Diversity Advocate of the Year, 2019 Indigenous Defence Leader of the Year, and 2019 AFR 100 Women of Influence list, recognised for her outstanding contribution in working with Indigenous communities, Indigenous businesses, leaders and women across Australia. She was also a finalist in the Women’s Agenda, 2017 Agenda Setter of the Year, and was recently featured in The Agenda 30, an e-book highlighting 30 women redefining business in 2018.
Her skills as a Master Practitioner in Neuro-Linguistic Programming pull together her academic study and years of professional performance on the European opera stage to put her in a league of her own. In the process of completing her award-winning PhD, Louise observed a ‘missing ingredient’ in corporate leadership around the unsung wisdom of the mind-body-voice connection she calls Vocal Intelligence. These blended skills bring powerful observation that elicits discernible, positive change and together with an understanding of the psychology behind high-stake engagements and the structures for handling emotion, combine to build the Mahler Method. The Mahler Method teaches you the vital techniques to ‘be heard’ in hostile environments.
His fundamental professional interests are in developing an integrated theory of the individual and the organisation, starting with the modern understanding that human beings are not primarily psychological systems but, like the rest of the world, sources of energy. Paul has co-authored several books including “The Fear-Free Organization” and “Neuropsychology for Coaches”. He has presented a number of webinar series for the Association for Coaching in the UK.
As an accredited Executive Coach and Executive Coaching Supervisor (EMCC) she works globally as a coaching supervisor and with supervisors-in-training. She is a member of the Executive, Consultant to Faculty & Curriculum and Senior Faculty member with CSA (https://coachingsupervisionacademy.com) and graduated with a DProf in Coaching Supervision from Middlesex University London in July 2014.
Alison has found that a powerful source of understanding for both the coach and supervisor lies in their relationship and interactions. When both parties are involved in co-creating the supervision relationship, the potential learning for both parties is tremendous. Through reflection on practice in supervision we gain valuable data and insights that may inform what is happening in the organisational system in which team coaching is taking place. She has extensive experience of working with groups, group and team facilitation and group process.
John is the President and Founder of the Academy of Executive Coaching (AoEC)—a global organization that provides a route for professionals to gain coaching mastery. He has rapidly established the AoEC as a brand of excellence accredited by the International Coaching Federation, the European Mentoring and Coaching Council and Middlesex University. Alongside running the AoEC, John continues his coaching / facilitation work, supporting leaders and managers in a wide range of companies to develop their leadership skills.
He is the author of Fertile Void: Gestalt Coaching at Work, is a founder and thought leader of Systemic Team Coaching, and certifies and supervises team coaches around the world.
Tammy is a Professional Coaching Supervisor, an ICF Coach Mentor, a key-note speaker, and has authored Team Coaching: Passing trend or organizational staple? The Practitioner's Handbook of Team Coaching. (Routledge, 2019); The blind spot of being of service to create a better future in Systemic Coaching - delivering value beyond the individual (Sage, 2019/2020); Peer Supervision in Coaching and Mentoring (Routledge, 2018); Coaching and Mentoring in the Asia Pacific (Routledge, 2017) and Coaching Supervision (Routledge, 2016).
Tammy leverages her previous executive background in ITC including IBM, Lexmark, Sybase and internet start-ups along with her nearly 20 years’ experience as an organisational coach. Tammy’s particular understanding of relational and commercial engagement lends itself to her approach to open up the entire leadership space: strategy, stakeholder engagement, and culture. With the teams who work for them, it is to remove blocks to learning and co-operation and to optimize the ability to plan, act and reflect.
Philippe is a world authority in executive coaching, team coaching, and global leadership development. He is the first European to have been designated Master Certified Coach by the International Coach Federation. He has also developed an integrative coaching supervision approach. Philippe is the principal of Rosinski & Company, a consultancy based in Belgium with partners around the globe, and a professor at the Kenichi Ohmae Graduate School of Business in Tokyo, Japan. He intervenes in several other academic institutions including HEC Paris and the University of Cambridge. He is the co-author of over 10 books including Evidence Based Coaching Handbook and Mastering Executive Coaching, and the author of the Cultural Orientations Framework (COF) assessment.
A Master of Science from Stanford University, Philippe has received numerous awards including the Thinkers50 Marshall Goldsmith Leading Global Coaches Award (London, 2019).
Renée is the author of two best-selling books: ‘Share Your Passion’ and ‘Game Changer’ and the host of the ‘Leveraged and Loving It’ podcast. Renée is passion personified. Be prepared for it. Be prepared for something totally different
He is a Master Certified Coach (MCC) and received his Ph.D. in Organizational Psychology from Alliant University in California. He is also a Professional Certified Speaker (CSP) and an Accredited Coach Supervisor (ESIA). and facilitates certifications on Professional Coaching, Mentor Coaching, and Coaching Supervision. He was the 2013-2014 International Coaching Federation Global President and received the 2018 ICF Circle of Distinction Award for his contribution to professional coaching worldwide and the 2019 Coaching Supervision Award from the European Mentor Coaching Council.
In 2014 Katharine wrote her acclaimed book: “Internal Coaching: The Inside Story”. The 3rd edition of “The Complete Handbook of Coaching” (Sage, 2018) includes a brand new chapter about internal coaching written by her as does “Coaching Supervision” (Routledge, 2019).
Katharine is president of Link Age Southwark, a charity addressing the problem of loneliness and isolation for older people and since 2016 has chaired a Coaching & Mentoring Forum for learning & development specialists working in the third sector. She is currently writing a thriller in which an executive coach finds herself coaching a crooked Government Minister.
For him, it’s all about a passion to create a strategy and then drive it home to “get things done.” And as Cisco’s Senior Director of Innovation Strategy and Programs, he has plenty of opportunities to put this passion to the test.
He sparks internal innovation by providing employees at all levels the chance to share their big ideas, many of which make their way into the company’s innovation engine. Alex also carries the torch for co-innovation across Cisco’s ecosystem.
He’s especially excited about leading both Cisco's Innovation Centers, which can be found in major cities around the world; and Cisco Innovation Grand Challenges. These polished events help creative thinkers bring their technology ideas to life. And then there’s the Cisco Technology Radar, the company’s engine for identifying emerging technology transitions.
Brett completed his Ph.D. in Human and Organizational Systems. His dissertation focused on organisational innovation and cognition, and he has developed a new empirical tool to assess an organisation’s ability to grow through innovation and adaptive change called, the OGI® (Organizational Growth Indicator). He is a published author in both business and academic publications. He recently wrote a book for business leaders called, Grow Through Disruption: Breakthrough Mindsets to Innovate, Change and Win with the OGI., available on Amazon.