At Culture at Work we offer executive coach training and corporate leadership programmes worldwide in all main business languages, and open coach training courses in London. As a registered ILM centre, we can provide ILM Endorsed, Level 5, Level 7 and Diploma coach training programmes to organisations and individuals.
Performance Coach Training at Culture at Work
We supply advisory, consulting, leadership and accredited coaching and mentoring training to corporate, public sector and not-for-profit organisations in 27 countries and all main business languages,
We are an approved ILM Centre (the Institute of Leadership and Management is the UK’s awarding body for management qualifications) and our foundation coach training course is approved by The Association for Coaching and Portsmouth University Business School.
Founder and programme designer Carol Wilson is a Fellow of the Institute of Leadership & Management, the Association for Coaching and the Professional Speaking Association. Carol co-founded our associated company Performance Coach Training Ltd with coaching pioneer, the late Sir John Whitmore, is a Member of the Global Advisory Panel to the Association for Coaching and a Trustee to the charity MOE, where she designs and delivers coach training courses to underprivileged young people and their mentors. She also provides coach training courses for The African Prisons Project, changing the culture of prisons throughout Africa. She has won and been nominated for several awards, authored or contributed to six books and has published over 50 articles on subjects related to coaching and mentoring.
Carol experienced the value of a coaching culture at first hand during a decade working at board level with Sir Richard Branson at Virgin, later holding board level positions with Island Records, Warner Brothers and Polygram. Through 25 years of working at a senior corporate level she has a unique understanding of the pressures faced by senior managers working in large organisations, and of how their time in the training room can be most usefully spent.