95 – CB LIVE!: Courage to Leap and Lead with Dr. Peter Hawkins

Peter Hawkins is Emeritus Professor of Leadership at Henley Business School and founder and Chairman of Renewal Associates. He is a leading consultant, writer and researcher in leadership and leadership development and an international thought leader in executive teams and systemic team coaching.

Over the last 35 years, he has worked with many leading companies around the world, co-designing and facilitating major change and organizational 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.

He is Co-Dean of the Global Team Coaching Institute and teaches systemic team coaching around the world in the partnership between Renewal Associates and AoEC.

He recently led a major global research project on Tomorrow’s Leadership and the Necessary Revolution in Today’s Leadership Development.

He is the author of several best-selling books including Supervision in the Helping Professions; 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 in Practice; Leadership Team Coaching; Coaching, Mentoring and Organizational Consultancy: Supervision, Skills and Development (with Nick Smith); Creating a Coaching Culture, 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 training 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.

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  1. I love the mistrust equation concept, that the more people I talk to about a conflict with you and the more days I let pass before I talk to you, the higher my mistrust of you. The lower your mistrust, the faster and more directly you’ll share your concerns with the other person. It takes courage to discuss mistrust, but the faster you do, the fewer additional challenges will arise from the original source of mistrust.

    1. @Lisa, thank you for your comment, What he said was so true. It becomes impossible to have the courage to speak up the more time that passes. Somehow the issue manifests and manifests until you become paralyzed.

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