A Coaching Culture is the opposite of the battle for best opinions. A Coaching Culture is the collective set of group beliefs, values, and behaviours, that when supported by the right environmental conditions and leadership practices, cultivates mindful curiosity and supportive team member development. This cultivation of mindful curiosity and supportive team member development allows for new shared understandings of the world to emerge. Such new shared understandings of the world are essential for innovation in today's increasingly complex and evolving marketplace. In the words of Albert Einstein "We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them”.
Here at Continuum Consulting we have the expertise to help you cultivate a Coaching Culture for Innovation. Our newest consultant Travis Wallach brings to Continuum the latest evidence-based practices from coaching psychology, leadership development, and group dynamics, to assist your organisation shift to a new growth mindset and enable the conditions for a Coaching Culture to emerge. So, take action now and move away from the battle of best opinions. It's time to build your Coaching Culture for Innovation!
Introducing our new coach:
Consultant, Continuum Consulting Group
Travis brings to Continuum Consulting Group an approach to bespoke evidenced-based coaching programmes for executives and leadership teams who want to build new innovation capability and adapt to complex change. Coaching programmes are based on the latest research from adult learning, coaching psychology and leadership development, which aligns with individual, team, and broader organisational goals.
Travis’ coaching challenges leaders to shift negative views of constant change, diversity, tension, and uncertainty, into more positive perspectives, and provide leaders with a way of engaging in high quality conversations that channel complexities into innovation, rather than fear and loss.
Travis’ specialist work areas are:
- Leadership development coaching.
- Senior executive role transition coaching.
- Emerging leader developmental coaching.
- Group leadership development coaching.
- Manager-as-coach development programmes.
- Developing innovative organisational coaching cultures
- Strategic Facilitation
Travis has a MSc in coaching psychology from the University of Sydney, a double degree in commerce (management, human resources) and science (psychology) from Victoria University of Wellington, and is a project management professional (PMP).