Audience: Educators (one pre-requisite course first); ICF coaches from any discipline encouraged to join as this content applies to coaching in all disciplines
Advanced Coach Training | Commitment: 1 to 2 days
Teams remain the most powerful unit of performance, learning, and change in an organization. They can be the vehicle that brings about shared meaning, innovation, and collaboration across multi-functional stakeholder interests (Whitney, et al, 2004). However, the culture of the team has the power to block or unlock results. Members desire to be on a high performing team where they all contribute. What are stages of team performance and what constitutes a high performing team? What must leaders and coaches consider when supporting teams?