19 CCE hours
Cooperation Academy of Executive Coaching, London & Global Business Therapy, Prague
Course Language: English
Now more than ever, organizations are looking at how to motivate and manage their teams in a period of change and uncertainty. Case studies have proven that high performing teams have a greater impact on results and that team coaching helps create high performing teams.
Our 3-day certification program is for experienced coaches, leaders, managers, and organizational consultants, who want to help raise the bar in team performance. The time is ripe in organizational development to differentiate team coaching from other forms of team or group development and to extend the definition and body of theory and practice of team coaching.
This 3-day International Systemic Team Coaching course is for executive coaches, organizational consultants, leaders, managers, human resource professionals, and anyone seeking to develop a team coaching perspective of teams. Accredited with the ICF for 19 hours CCE
Why become certified in systemic team coaching?
Systemic team coaching is the next big step in helping companies lift their team performance. But what is team coaching and how is it different from coaching individual team members, team facilitation, team building, team development or action learning sets can only be explained in our 3-day program, which is ICF certified.
From the coaching/consulting point of view, a key component of our approach is seeing the team as the client and viewing individual members – including the leader, as a subset of that client system. This makes contracting for confidentiality an interesting, delicate, and controversial subject.
From the leadership and management perspective, we place a lot of emphasis on stakeholder engagement, internally and externally as well as paying attention to the wider environmental context – the systemic context that effects team performance.
- Provide rich didactic context in which we discuss and debate different aspect of teamwork and team coaching
- Use business role-plays and simulations to evoke the experiences of working in/as a team
- Facilitate exploration about the nature of leadership and followership both individual and collective through movement exercises
- Take you through an experience of sculpting and constellations
- Be in a peer supervision group exploring a team you are working in/with using each of the Hawkins 5 Disciplines
- Work with our own large group process as a way of engaging live with the interpersonal dynamics and psychological models
Goals and delivery:
- Gain an understanding of the AoEC theory and practice of systemic team coaching
- Learn about the inherently complex nature of team coaching in a systemic context
- Adopt a working definition of teams and team coaching that you can test and utilize
- Review groups vs. teams’ distinctions and how team coaching differs from other forms of teamwork
- Learn the Hawkins 5 Disciplines Model of team coaching 1) Commissioning, 2) Clarifying, 3) Co-Creating, 4) Communicating, 5) Core learning
- Identify specific competencies to practice as a competent team coach who relate to each of the 5 Disciplines
- Study the implications of the coaching contract especially confidentially where the group is the boundary not the individual
- Focus on Self as Instrument – utilizing
Who should attend?
This workshop is for coaches, consultants and managers. Perquisite for those without coaching and consulting backgrounds is, you must have worked in a management position, project manager position, team leader position, human resources positon or executive position. The program is complex and requires a minimum experience in the above areas.
Workshop with certification is in cooperation with the Academy of Executive Coaching London (AoEC)
GBT is an official partner of AoEC and Kimberli J. Lewis is a worldwide faculty member. The AoEC has been training coaches and managers in coaching for 30 years. The AoEC began in London and now holds certifications courses worldwide. The systemic coaching certification is unique to AoEC, and has been developed and taught worldwide. The AoEC has been providing coach certification and leadership training since 1999. Our staff has international experience and all are experienced coaches, leadership trainers, psychologists, and/or experienced C level executives. This makes us different from other training institutes.
John Leary-Joyce, Founder & President of AoEC
As Founder and CEO, the AoEC is the culmination of his 30 years in the field of training and people development in teams and groups. The AoEC model and structure draws on his academic research and wide experience of Business Leadership, Executive Coaching and Psychotherapy.
Kimberli J. Lewis, CEO & Founder of Global Business Therapy
Kimberli Lewis has over 20 years C level management experience across multiple industries. She is a certified executive coach and systemic team coach. She also brings with her 20 years of international management experience working and/or living in over 18 countries. She has degrees from Webster University, George Washington University, Harvard University and studied executive coaching at Henley Business School in London and has completed the Master’s program in Systemic Team Coaching at the Academy of Executive Coaching. Kimberli has been active in AoEC programs since 2012 and joined as a partner in 2014 with the goal of delivering quality certification programs in the United States. Kimberli is an American national. Kimberli is also the owner of Global Business Therapy s.r.o. and Ponytale Talk, which specializes in executive coaching and leadership programs for women. Kimberli serves in active positions on several European Boards.
Ágnes Jagicza, CEO & Founder of Jagall and Partners Ágnes is the CEO and a founder of Jagall and Partners (2010) focusing mainly on OD, leadership consulting, systemic team coaching and individual coaching. She is primarily a professional development partner with 17 years’ senior executive experience managing business strategy developments, change programs, acquisitions, post-merger integrations and process re-engineering activities in multinational companies with up to 3000 employees. Her first two master’s degrees were from economics and law, she is MsC qualified in coaching and organizational development as well as certified practitioner in NLP, transactional analysis, MBTI, Belbin and embodied leadership approach.