CCMI is the lead resource for coaches and mentors in the world. As a network of affiliated coaching and mentoring organisations we offer a range of programmes, courses and workshops that are delivered in the UK and worldwide. With Professor David Clutterbuck providing the framework for all these programmes, we have over 40 years of research and practical experience brought to you through a series of blogs, webinars and briefings.
FOUNDER & LEADER
David is one of the pioneers and foremost global authorities in Coaching and Mentoring. He introduced supported mentoring to Europe in early 1980s and also 360-degree feedback, which he discovered in Russia whilst travelling the globe reporting on good practice in management.
An author of 75 books on coaching, mentoring, leadership and management, he also co-founded the European Mentoring & Coaching Council (he is now Special Ambassador for the EMCC) in addition to being Visiting professor, Henley Business School (Reading University) Sheffield Hallam, Oxford Brookes and York St John Universities.
FOR COACHING AND MENTORING
CCMI operates through a global network of partner trainer-consultants, all of whom have been trained and accredited to provide a consistent, high quality and reliable service in this specialist area.
Heavily supported by both fundamental and good practice research, our products and services are designed or supervised by Prof David Clutterbuck, who has been at the leading edge of leadership, mentoring and coaching for more than 40 years. A continuous programme of good practice research keeps our approaches firmly at the leading edge of evidence-based approaches and supports a constant stream of books and articles.
BECOME A CCMI PARTNER
If you’re a recognised training organisation (country specific or international) with Coaching & Mentoring services, you may be eligible to join CCMI. By doing so, you get access to a wealth of training and programme resources that underpin international standards (by grounding in rigorous international evidence) from a globally recognised leader – Professor David Clutterbuck. Please contact us to find out more.