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TEAM COACHING

Definition of Team Coaching

“A learning intervention designed to increase collective capability and performance of a group or team, through application of the coaching principles of assisted reflection, analysis and motivation for change.”

David Clutterbuck (2009)

The Self Coaching Team

What is Team Coaching?

 

Team coaching brings a systemic focus and approach to the team dynamics, bridging gaps and connections between the intra-working relationships with all its members and beyond the team to include all internal and external stakeholders.

 

My role of Team Coach is to navigate and guide the conversations for the team to respectfully challenge and discuss issues and solutions which lead to greater performance and efficiency whilst giving visibility and dialogue to things that often get left unsaid within a safe environment.   

 

The team sets and determines their outcomes and defines their needs with a clear understanding of where they are now and where they need to be in the future, creating their own Coaching Culture.  

 

Team Coaching ensures everyone feels supported and safe giving confidence for all participants to speak up and contribute encouraging diversity of mind, thought, action and outcomes.

 

 

Benefits of Team Coaching?

 

There are many benefits of Team Coaching, how fast a team progresses will vary depending on their needs and commitment.  Its common for the team’s original needs and outcomes to change as they learn and discover more about themselves and what connects them to a common purpose.  

 

Team coaching can assist with; 

 

  • Increasing engagement and communication 

  • Improving collaboration, decision making and problem solving

  • Developing a greater understanding of who the team serves

  • Understanding the team’s unique strengths and contributions

  • Building a stronger understanding and respect of differences 

  • Expanding your thinking to many solutions

  • Improving the teams capabilities as individuals and as a group

  • Giving visibility to an issue(s) which may be felt but not known

 

For teams to be impactful and effective they need to be aligned in purpose, have a unified approach and a belief they work better together than working alone.

 

If Team Coaching this is something you are interested in finding out more about contact me for a free no obligation chat by booking in below.

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