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Friday, April 12, 2019, 7:45 AM until 10:00 AM
No refunds will be provided. In the event that a guest needs to cancel, the guest fee will be applied to the following month’s program.
Team coaching is a rapidly growing area for coaches to expand into – but there is little research or established practice on what makes for effective coaching for teams. This session will update members on the current “state of the art”, introduce them to valuable tools and resources specific to team coaching, and surface the most important things coaches should know when working with teams.
What you can expect from the program:
- Learn how Team Coaching differs from group coaching and team building
- Learn a simple and intuitive outcomes-based model of team development: going beyond Tuckman.
- Understand the unique system dynamics of Team Coaching and how that guides intervention decisions
- An overview of some key team coaching resources and in particular a new (2017 release) team diagnostic tool “TDS – Team Diagnostic Survey” based on the research by Richard Hackman and Ruth Wageman
Continuing Coach Education (CCE):
1.5 ICF Core Competency CCEs
0.5 Resource Development ICF CCE
Andrew (Andy) Powell, PCC
Andy Powell is the founder of Rule 6 Consulting, a Coaching and Organizational Change consulting practice with a particular focus on coaching leadership teams in family-owned businesses and larger systems undergoing significant changes such as restructuring, merger/acquisition, and major shifts in strategy. He couples Gestalt coaching and group intervention skills with a background in large-scale change management, LEAN (yellow belt), Agile and culture change.
Based in Shaker Heights, Ohio, Andy has over 30 years of experience in senior Organizational Development roles with Exxon, BFGoodrich and Pfizer and holds an MA in Organizational Psychology from Bowling Green. He holds ICF – PCC and GPCC certifications from the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland and is a certified Family Owned Business Advisor. He is on the faculty of the Gestalt Institute’s Coaching Certification Program and is a board member of Conscious Capitalism: Northeast Ohio – an organization which helps organizations define and pursue a “purpose beyond profit”.
He is an avid biker, swimmer, community gardener and sometimes annoying foodie.