Community Impact Bucks (CIB) has announced an exciting new partnership with Henley Business School to offer free of charge coaching to leaders and senior managers of charities and community groups across Buckinghamshire.
Nick Phillips, CIB chief executive, says, “We know that without good leadership an organisation will not succeed long term. As most leadership starts with the trustees and chairs – who, let’s not forget, are volunteers – and chief executives it is vital that we give them as much support as possible. Partnering with the highly respected Henley Business School means we can offer a service which could deliver demonstrable change to our local charities and community groups.”
Coaching is a 1-1 conversation facilitated by a coach and focussed on the needs of the client to support them in becoming more self-aware, take more personal responsibility and, through this, to become more effective. Most coaches meet every 2-5 weeks and between 4-6 times to get the most benefit.
The coaches working on this programme are participants undertaking a post-graduate programme at Henley Business School; most of whom are individuals with up to twenty or thirty years of management experience and have already undertaken coaching with other clients.
Individuals who are interested in applying for this exciting new service can find more information and application form on our Back