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MASTER CLASS ON TEAM COACHING with Professor David Clutterbuck
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6/6/2018 to 6/8/2018

When: Wednesday June 6 - Friday June 8, 2018
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Breather - SOHO
594 Broadway - 11 floor
Suite 1106
New York, New York  10012
United States
Presenter:
Professor David Clutterbuck, Co-Founder of the European Mentoring & Coaching Council
Contact:
Angela Wright

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Research suggests an exponential rise in Team Coaching - Are you ready to step up to meet this growing demand? Join coaching pioneer and global thought leader Professor David Clutterbuck for a 3 Day Master Class on the Fundamentals of Team Coaching. As Co-Founder of the European Mentoring & Coaching Council, visiting professor of coaching and mentoring at three universities and author of over 70 books, David is at the forefront of team coach training. His book, Coaching the Team at Work stimulated the global movement for evidence-based team coaching nearly a decade ago. He is currently the lead editor of the team producing the first Practitioner’s Handbook of Team Coaching. This is first time his Master Class will be offered in the U.S.

20.5 ICF CCE Units apply to this Program

Team coaching is rapidly gaining traction as a powerful tool for helping leadership teams improve performance. It has wider application however, for all kinds of teams, at all levels in an organization. Most large organizations have invested in coaching individuals. Increasingly, however, it is recognized that the performance issues of both organizations and individuals are systemic. As the bridge between individual and organizational learning, teams are the most practical unit to integrate individual and systemic perspectives, to manage the complexity of co-working, and to respond to the shifting needs of organizations. While it is not surprising that team coaching has emerged as a growing practice, experience in the field suggests that coaches are adapting approaches to meet this demand with mixed success. To step up into this considerably more complex and arguably more demanding arena, team coaches need to have a good understanding not only of coaching basics, but of team dynamics and team psychology, of collective decision making, of systems theory and a variety of other relevant topics.

Who should attend? This program is aimed at people with a solid foundation of experience and expertise in one to one coaching who want to add team coaching to their portfolio. It aims to ensure that they are competent and confident in extending coaching approaches to helping teams become more effective.

Learning objectives
Participants will:
•    Understand the key differences between one-to-one and team coaching, in terms of purpose, function and required skills & knowledge
•    Have sufficient theoretical and practical knowledge to undertake straightforward team coaching assignments
•    Have confidence to experiment with various tools and approaches
•    Have greater clarity around how to continue to develop their competence in this challenging role

Program Outline Day 1: Fundamentals
• Introduction to the concept: a historical and theoretical perspective
•    The purpose of team coaching
•    How teams evolve
•    Models of team learning
•    What helps and hinders team efficacy? The leader follower relationship.
•    What do we mean by high performing team? •    Differences between individual coaching and team coaching. Identifying team strengths and weaknesses
•    Key steps in the team coaching process – contracting, scoping, developing the team’s capacity to coach itself

Day 2: Techniques and approaches
•    Team coaching session dialogue: contracting, goal setting, defining the issue, context, redefinition, seeking individual and collective mindshift, alternative ways forward, decisions, re-contracting
•    Competencies of a team coach
•    Behaviors of teams and team members. How to recognize and analyze team dysfunction
•    Principles of group dynamics
•    Team identity
•    Establishing and working with team purpose
• Surfacing and managing conflicting agendas. Techniques for managing team conflict
•    Communication and networking
•    Techniques to clarify and build alignment with team goals
•    Managing team motivation, temporal issues, creativity

Day 3: Developing a team coaching practice
•    Raising the quality of team decision-making
•    Improving team processes
•    Aligning individual and collective development within a Team Development Plan
•    Ethical issues in team coaching
•    Developing your team coaching brand and offering
•    Managing disengagement of the coaching relationship

Presenter Bio
:
David Clutterbuck is one of the original pioneers of coaching and mentoring. Author or co-author of 70 books, he is Co-Founder of the European Mentoring & Coaching Council, for which he is now Special Ambassador. His book, Coaching the team at work stimulated the global movement for evidence-based team coaching nearly a decade ago. He is visiting professor of coaching and mentoring at three universities and is currently lead editor of the team producing the first Handbook of Team Coaching. David lives in the UK (when not flying round the world) and takes on a new learning challenge every year — from sky-diving to stand-up comedy!

REGISTRATION: Registration will take place through the external organizer, The Coaching Zone at http://www.teamcoachingzone.com/team-coaching-foundations

ATD NYC Members get $250 discount with code atdnyc

This event has been organized by the Coaching Center of Excellence
Contact: angela.wright@atdnyc.org


 
 
 

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