Heworth Associates work with change, providing an approach to the development, growth and increased effectiveness of organisations and the people working within.
Founder Bernadette Cass, has a strong operational business background, having held Board level roles for blue chip companies and government, where she was responsible for creating IT strategy and delivering global change programmes. Her interest in systemic change developed at this point, as she explored ways to create sustainable behavioural change to support the effective implementation of new business systems and processes.
Bernadette now works as a change facilitator, assisting leaders and organisations to create and model the change they desire, within defined business benefits.
Do you want to create changes in working relationships and new ways of working between staff, customers or other stakeholders?
Want to develop new working relationships and different ways of interacting with other teams, groups and organisations, building a shared understanding of how best to work together to achieve your mutual and separate goals?
Your facilitator will work with you to help you identify your preferred ways of working, and to address any patterns of behaviour in the organisation which may act as a block to achieving this. This approach can be used at any level of the organisation, including Boards and matrix teams.
Bernadette uses Transactional Analysis in Organisations as the theoretical framework for her work.
The next free supervision taster session takes place on 11 January 2018.
Use the contact form to request an information pack or to book a place.
Coach supervision supports us to be at our best for our clients, and to grow, develop and thrive.
Small online groups working together on a private platform for mutual learning and development.
Our next meeting dates are Tuesday 21 November, when the topic will be Positive Games, and Friday 1 December
Establishing the Coaching Agreement - Thursday 7 December at 6pm.
How do coaches partner with clients to achieve their goal for each session within the context of acheiving the overall goals of the coaching programme? How do we recognise when the coaching agreement may need to be adjusted?
Book here for this International Coach Federation free coach development event. ICF CCEUS are available to participants.