Professor Peter Hawkins
Peter Hawkins is Professor of Leadership at Henley Business School and founder and Chairman of Renewal Associates. He is a leading consultant, writer and researcher in leadership and leadership development and an international thought leader in executive teams, and systemic team coaching.
He has recently led a major global research project on Tomorrow’s Leadership and the Necessary Revolution in Today’s Leadership Development.
Over the last 35 years he has worked with many leading companies all over the world, co-designing and facilitating major change and organizational transformation projects and coaching company boards and leadership teams. He has helped several senior executive teams develop their vision, values and strategy for the future, both in commercial companies, finance, public sector, higher education and large professional service organisations.
Peter lectures and teaches programs around the world on:
• Systemic team coaching
• Coaching your own team to create high performance
• Creating a coaching culture.
He is the author of several best-selling books including Leadership Team Coaching in Practice (2nd ed, Kogan Page, published June 2018); Leadership Team Coaching (Kogan Page, 3rd ed, July 2017); Coaching, Mentoring and Organizational Consultancy: Supervision, Skills and Development (with Nick Smith, McGraw-Hill/Open University Press, 2nd ed, 2013); Creating a Coaching Culture, (McGraw Hill, 2012); Supervision in the Helping Professions (McGraw Hill, 4th ed 2012, with Robin Shohet); and The Wise Fool’s Guide to Leadership (O Books, 2005).
He is visiting professor in Leadership and Change at the University of Bath, School of Management and in Executive Coaching at Oxford Brookes University School of Management. He is Honorary president of the Academy of Executive Coaching (www.aoec.com) through whom he leads trainings in Systemic Team Coaching internationally, and the Association of Professional Executive Coaching and Supervision (www.apecs.com). He is chairman and on the board of several small companies and charitable trusts.
He is married with three grown up children and five grandchildren, as well as having a range of animals and gardens to look after on his 37-acre estate on the edge of Bath.