27th Global

Mentoring, Coaching, and Supervision Conference

12-14 May 2021

27th Global

Mentoring, Coaching, and Supervision Conference

12-14 May 2021


Mary Hartog

EMCC Global: dialogue, reflective practice, and learning: using the EMCC Global Accreditation Team Coaching framework to develop and enrich your practice with Dr Mary Hartog

Theme: Related Fields

Area: Team Coaching

Type: Workshop

Session on 12 May 2021 10:15 UTC - View on timetable


Following the launch of the EMCC Global Team Coaching standards in 2020,  EMCC Global has accredited over 1,200  team coaches who have completed EMCC Global Team Coaching Quality Award accredited education and training programmes which included EMCC Global Individual Team Coaching Accreditation (ITCA), along with Faculty members who have been awarded their ITCAs at Senior and Master Practitioner level.

In this workshop we will share and explore reflections and learning from the team coaching accreditation ‘dynamic inquiry’ process from a panel of accredited professional team coaching practitioners. With reference to the Team Coaching Standards panel members will share their personal experience, reflections, and insights of the process and facilitate a dialogue about how we can use the accreditation framework as a development tool to enhance and improve our ongoing CPD and skills practice.  The workshop will appeal to all those who wish to develop their practice as team coaches and who wish to become accredited team coaches with EMCC Global and understand what might be covered in team coach development and training programmes.

The session will be facilitated in plenary and break out rooms to support inclusion and active participation of attendees.


Panel Chair & Facilitator

Dr Mary Hartog, EMCC Global Team Coaching WorkGroup Leader

Director of Leadership and Organisation Practice at Middlesex University Business School, where she has taught for over 30 years.  Mary works with organisations to develop their talent, leadership and enhance business growth, through bespoke practice based qualifications, using Action Learning and Coaching as  key development tools.  Mary is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, a Principal and National Teaching Fellow, and the Director of the Devolved Chartered Manager Centre at Middlesex. In 2020 she became the Global EMCC Group Work Lead for team Coaching and has been supporting a team of EMCC accredited programme providers of coaching develop the performance indicators that sit behind the EMCC’s Team Coaching Standards.

In 2019 Mary completed a course with the Tavistock, ‘Leadership and Management in the Public and Voluntary Sectors: a systemic perspective’,  to strengthen her work with leaders and teams in social work and social care, and for the participants of the MBA and Masters in Leadership and Management in Social Work which she jointly leads with her colleague in Social Work.

She was awarded her PhD in 2004 from the Centre For Action Research in Professional Practice, at Bath University. She has a Masters in Management Learning, a Post Graduate Diploma in Personnel Management, and a first degree in Social Science (Psychology).

Claire Lea – Global EMCC Accreditation Assessor & Volunteer

Panel members

Paula King, Director of Kingstown College, psychologist, and leadership coach

Craig Mckenzie, director of Transcend International Holdings Ltd, EMCC accredited Coach, Team Coach & Supervisor, Head of Practicums and Core Faculty, GTCI CMI PERILL Practitioner Programme

Jelena Pavlović, assistant professor of Organisation Development and Change at Belgrade University, and author of numerous coaching publications, including ‘Coaching Psychology, Constructivist approaches’, Routledge

Vesa Ristikangas,  a certified Coach and Systemic Team Coach (Senior Practitioner, ITCA/EMCC)

Evija Vaščenko, an entrepreneur and trainer, individual, and team coach

Barbara Walsh, a Systemic Executive Coach and Leadership Team Coach