The New Zealand Institute of Organisational Psychology (IOP) are pleased to bring you this 5-day intensive professional development workshop in Executive Coaching.
Facilitated by Professor Anthony Grant and Dr Michael Cavanagh, the founders of the Coaching Psychology Unit at School of Psychology, the University of Sydney.
Join us at The Heritage Auckland 35 Hobson Street Auckland on 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 24th and 25th
October, 2019. Professor Grant teaches 21st and 22nd and Dr Cavanagh teaches 24th and 25th.
Please note that 23rd is a self-directed peer coaching practice day. Attendance at all five days is required for the award of the Professional Development Certificate.
The framework for coaching used by the ICCP is a theoretically-grounded, but highly practical evidenced-based model. We strongly believe that the best preparation for effective coaching is a solid grounding in the principles of solution-focused-behavioural change and the supervised application of these principles in systematic coaching practice, both in the training situation and in the workplace. The frameworks, methodologies and coaching skills are the same as are taught in the MSc Coaching Psychology (Sydney).
Dr Anthony M Grant is a Coaching Psychologist. He holds a BA (Hons) (first class honours) in Psychology, a Masters of Arts in Behavioural Science and a PhD. The title of his PhD thesis was "Towards a psychology of coaching: The impact of coaching on meta-cognition, mental health and goal attainment" and is one of few doctoral thesis that explicitly examine Coaching Psychology. He is both a practitioner and an academic.
In January 2000 Anthony established the world's first Coaching Psychology Unit at the School of Psychology at Sydney University where he is the director. The unit offers post-graduate degree programs to Master's level in Applied Science (Psychology of Coaching), the Master of Organisational Coaching and the Graduate Certificate in Applied Science (Applied Positive Psychology), and Anthony was instrumental in the development and introduction of these programs.
His coaching research and practice has frequently been reported in the national and international media. He has co-written and co-edited five books on evidence-based coaching and has many coaching-related publications in the peer-reviewed and professional press. His books on coaching have been translated into eight languages, and his is widely recognised as a key pioneer of coaching psychology.
Michael Cavanagh is both a Coaching and Clinical Psychologist. He holds a BA (Hons – 1st class) in Psychology from the University of Sydney, and a PhD and Masters of Clinical Psychology from Macquarie University. Michael is currently the Deputy Director of the Coaching Psychology Unit at the University of Sydney.
A registered psychologist, Michael has 20 years experience in facilitating personal, group and organisational change. He has designing and facilitated training and personal development workshops in Australia, New Zealand and the UK. He was twice elected National Convenor of the Australian Psychological Society Interest Group in Coaching Psychology – a body of the APS with over 650 members.
He also holds the position of Co-ordinating Editor of the International Coaching Psychology Review - an international journal jointly published by the Australian and British Psychological Societies. Michael is the principle author of the Handbook of organisational coaching, the world’s most comprehensive standard of coaching service provision, knowledge, competencies and training to date.
Overviews for each of the training days are listed on the New Zealand Psychological Society Professional Development website.
Registration is open!
Register online at https://www.psychology.org.nz/pd-events/nzpss-events/
IOP and CPSIG Members $2,700, NZPsS Members $2,800 and non-Members $2,900 plus GST.
Bookings contact: firstname.lastname@example.org