Paul Z Jackson
Paul Z Jackson is an inspirational consultant, coach and facilitator, who devises and runs training courses and development programmes in strategy, leadership, teamwork, creativity and innovation.
His expertise in solutions focus, accelerated learning and improvisation has attracted corporate clients and public organisations, ranging from Ashridge Business School to Procter & Gamble, local authorities, charities and top four accountants.
He lectures at London and Imperial Business Schools and is an accreditor for the UKASFP certified practitioner programme. Previously a journalist and a senior producer with BBC Radio, Paul is a co-founder of both SOLWORLD and the Applied Improvisation Network.
A graduate of Oxford University, contributor to many publications and international conferences as keynote speaker and workshop presenter, he lives in St Albans.
His books include Impro Learning, 58½ Ways to Improvise in Training; The Inspirational Trainer, Easy and (as co-author) The Solutions Focus, The Resilience Pocketbook and Positively Speaking.
How do you create a sustainable coaching culture in an organisation?
When clients want change in their organisations, they may decide to achieve it by ‘creating a sustainable coaching culture’.
Paul Z Jackson and Janine Waldman have tackled such assignments several times in organisations around the world. In this 45-minute session they share their experience and top tips.
With a range of case examples – including how they began and the results they’ve seen - they explore what makes a useful difference.
- A clear sense of what a coaching culture is in an organisation
- Appreciation of a solution-focused consultancy approach to change
- Tips to take into your own coaching and organisation work