In this workshop Tim will present the approach he uses when coaching executives who are starting a new role, whether they are promoted from within the organisation or have been recruited in from the outside. He will also share insights from leading authors and researchers in the field.
The workshop will include small group discussions and participants will be encouraged to share their own experience of transitions, good and bad, and to learn from each other.
Leadership Transitions are common, important and difficult.
- People typically change jobs ten times in their career.
- Each year about a quarter of managers in large companies change roles.
- 25% of new leaders fail within 18 months.
- 40% who come from outside the organisation fail.
- 46% of leaders are seen to underperform during their transitions.
As coaches and as HR professionals, we can add huge value to our organisations and the individuals within them if we help people them manage their transition into a new role successfully.
There will be plenty of time for questions, and Tim will share practical examples and focus on the areas of particular interest to participants.
The workshop will be in English.
This workshop is aimed at coaches and HR professionals who work with, or want to work with, professionals moving into new roles in organisations, and people who are interested in this subject.
Tim Bright, of OneWorld Consulting (www.oneworldconsulting.com) has spent many years working with executives moving into new roles in companies. He has worked with clients in the UK, Turkey, Russia, the Middle East and across Europe.
Tim has coached and managed executive search assignments in 20 countries.
Specialization: executive search consultant, leadership consultant and coach. He also designs and supervises corporate mentoring programmes. He has facilitated effective leadership offsite meetings in a number of countries for a range of clients.
Qualification: He is a member of SIETAR – the Society for Intercultural Education Training and Research. He is a co-founder of the European Mentoring & Coaching Council (EMCC) in Turkey and served on the International Executive Board. He has Master Coach with the Professional Development Foundation in the UK and Masters Degree in Executive Coaching/Professional Development with Middlesex University.