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Team Coaching: Accelerating & Sustaining Team Learning & Performance
October 25, 2017 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Title: Team Coaching: Accelerating & Sustaining Team Learning & Performance
Date: Wednesday, October 25, 2017
Time: 6:00pm- 8:30pm
Place: Lee Hecht Harrison: 230 Park Avenue #600, New York, NY 10169
Presenter: Krister Lowe, PhD, CPCC
CCEUs: 1.5 CCEUs (.75 Core Competencies; .75 Resource Development)
“Team Coaching” as an under-explored and under-developed niche area within the larger field of business and executive coaching. Peters and Carr (2013) state that: “Team coaching is distinct from individual coaching because in team coaching, the team as a whole is the client and collective performance is the goal, versus the individual focus of one-on-one coaching.” In a recent study of more than 7,000 organizations, Deloitte Consulting found that: 92% of companies reported that their organizational design was ill equipped for competing in the digital era. Furthermore, only 14% reported knowing how to respond. However, the emerging answer appears to be structuring the company as a “network of small, nimble teams that work in agile and iterative ways.” In this dynamic and interactive presentation, participants will explore how team coaching can help companies make the important shift to this new team-based way of working that challenges the predominant 100+ year old model of “scaling for efficiency” to an emerging model of “scaling to learn.”
Team coaching is distinct from team training or team building. While team coaching may incorporate training and team building as part of its process, what differentiates team coaching is that the team coach provides a supportive context to both support and challenge a group to grow and increase performance over time. Team coaching is more of a process that can lead to sustainable change and performance at the group level in much the same way that one-to-one coaching affects such change at the individual level.
Presentation topics include:
- Team Coaching – what it is
- Team Coaching – similarities and differences to other relevant modalities (group coaching, training, team building, facilitation, etc.)
- The Team Coaching business case
- Key elements of a typical team coaching engagement
- Situations / organizations particularly suited (and not suited) for team coaching
- Team Coaching Participant experience
- Resources to learn more
About our Presenter:
Krister Lowe, M.A., Ph.D., CPCC is an Organizational Psychologist, an Executive & Team Coach, and a Podcaster. He is the Host of The Team Coaching Zone podcast–a weekly interview show that explores the art and science of team coaching–and that has a listenership in more than 95 countries around the world. Dr. Lowe is a specialist in team coaching, conflict resolution and performance management and has more than fifteen years of experience consulting to diverse organizations in more than 25 countries throughout Europe, Asia, Africa, the Middle East, and the Americas. His coaching, consulting, facilitation and training interventions have reached more than 25,000 people globally. He has expertise in a number of sectors including: international organizations, professional services, financial services, information technology, foundations, pharmaceuticals and education. Krister holds both a Master of Arts Degree and a Doctor of Philosophy Degree in Social-Organizational Psychology from Columbia University. He has completed a number of additional training and certification programs. Learn more about Team Coaching Zone and Dr. Krister Lowe here.
ICF Member: $20; at the door: $25
Guest: $30; at the door, $35
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