Interested in Leadership Coaching?

Our applications for leadership coaching are currently closed. If you think you have what it takes to coach the leaders of the future, or think you would benefit from receiving coaching, check back in Spring 2025 to apply.

Coaching Leaders – Professional Conversations as a Catalyst for Change

We are thrilled to be delivering training for our expert leaders that will:

1. Increase coaches repertoire of leadership coaching tools and techniques.

2. Provide structures and frameworks to enable leadership coaches to begin coaching confidently and effectively as they develop their coaching skills.

3. Provide opportunity for coaches to revisit and reflect on their coaching practices to ensure that high quality coaching is embedded and sustained


Alison Robb-Webb is a highly experienced educator, executive coach, and facilitator. She coaches leadership at all levels and is involved in delivering on national programmes to senior leaders within the education sector, as well as bespoke school-based programmes. Alison is a Level 7 Qualified Executive Coach (ILM) and Senior Practitioner with the European Mentoring and Coaching Council. She holds a master;s degree in Education, is an accredited coaching supervisor and is honorary Norham Fellow at the University of Oxford Education Department.

Leadership Coaching Outline


Session 1- Introduction to Leadership Coaching 

Find out more about the coaching approach, what it is and how it dovetails with the shift in mindset and behaviours being asked of today’s agile leaders. In this session, you’ll learn  the importance of self-awareness and well as key skills of active listening and questioning.


Session 2- What type of change am I coaching for?

This session will deepen participants understanding of how a non-directive approach puts the emphasis on the coachee’s agency and framing their own intent. Participants will leave the session with the concept of technical versus adaptive change and with an understanding of long-term and proximal goals you may be working with.


Session 3- How as a coach do I use feedback to feedforward?

This session explores how different types of feedback form part of the coaching relationship. We will consider the value of feedforward and how careful choice of language can transform how feedback is received. We will immediately put this into practice through coaching trios with the role of the observer being tasked with providing feedback to the coach.


Session 4- How do I introduce coaching and management tools to support the leader’s development?

This session explores how the coach can build up a toolkit of activities to use with the coachee. From the previous session, and in discussion with the programme sponsor, the facilitator will select the most relevant tools to the context that may add value to the coaching at ATT.


Session 5- How does my coaching support leaders to think differently and challenge self-limiting beliefs?

It is important that those being coached can unlock their full potential. It may be being unintentionally limited by beliefs that are holding them back or practices that once served them well but are no longer fit for purpose. This session introduces how to work with leaders to surface limiting assumptions and immunities to change. Participants will leave the session with tools and techniques and a structured framework for unlocking these.


Session 6- Who am I becoming as a coach and how can I continue through leadership coaching to have optimal impact on those I work with?

This session brings together theory and practice and self-awareness about the participants’ own development and coaching philosophy underpinning their personal style of coaching. It revisits the fundamentals of coaching, will explore further active listening and the concept of presence. The facilitator will task the group to consider what is required, individually and collectively, to ensure leadership coaching is sustained and has optimal impact across ATT.


Hear from our Coaches and Coachees on how ATTI Leadership Coaching has supported their developing practice.