This course is for practicing coaches and is an orientation to the inviteCHANGE Generative Team Coaching framework, particularly from the perspective of coaching in any “one-to-many” context as a leader and/or a coach and how to sustain being “fit for purpose” in the complexity of stakeholders and systems that are inherent to this type of coaching. The course will experientially explore the underlying micro-skills of the ICF Team Coaching sub-competencies and clarify how those skills support evolving development beyond more established methods such as facilitation, training and building team charter and cohesion. Participants explore the nuances of coaching the patterns of interaction that a collective field generates which perceives the team coaching client as the field of interaction generated as that collective pursues its shared purpose. International Coach Federation (ICF) Continuing Education Credits will be awarded upon successful completion of this course.
Team Coaching is one of the fastest growing disciplines in the coaching profession. Many interventions are available for improving teamwork, group dynamics, creating team charter, vision, and work plans. Like many processes and tools available for human development, organizations struggle to discover consistently effective methods for experiencing success. Why? A tension between individual and collective contribution generates a lot of undesirable behavior by leaders and team members that negatively impacts organizational outcomes.
Whether you’re already serving teams, or you are new to this application of coaching, the experiential design of this program will expand your finesse and enliven your skill set to engage teams in the workplace with the opportunity for breakthrough accountability and productivity. This program offers expansive knowledge and practical skill building. Real time written and verbal feedback about your development occurs within a generative learning laboratory setting.
• This is an onsite course with pre-session readings, experiential activities to build skills with live feedback and cohort discussion to tailor the learning to existing and/or anticipated coaching engagements.
• The time commitment is two days, 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM.
• All participants are welcomed to a free, monthly open forum called the Team Coaching Collaborative on the second Friday of the month, 7:00-8:30 AM US Pacific.
Who It’s For: Certified Executive Coaches (or equivalent) and ICF-credentialed coaches with at least 100 hours of client coaching experience (one-to-one) committed to professional development in the field of professional coaching.
• Increase awareness of the 6 major domains that require attention and application of specific skills for working in an “one-to-many” context.
• Learn, practice, and receive feedback for future development of specific micro-skills necessary to coaching in a generative way.
• Gain understanding for the ICF Team Coaching sub-competencies and how these build upon the well-established ICF Core Competencies and Code of Ethics.
• Experience the application of Team Sovereignty through a live “one-to-many” lab and explore how to tailor this approach for future coaching engagements.