Coaching the Team at Work

In this book, David Clutterbuck bridges the gap between what is known about team learning and coaching and the practical experience of managers and team coaches.

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Author: David Clutterbuck

Publisher: Nicholas Brealey

ISBN: 1904838081

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 228

View: 540

Much has been written about coaching individuals, yet there has been little investigation of coaching teams at work. Even in organisations that have made strides towards becoming coaching cultures, the focus has been on the individual, not the team. This failure is now a serious weakness in the abilities of managers at all levels. In this book, David Clutterbuck bridges the gap between what is known about team learning and coaching and the practical experience of managers and team coaches. He answers such questions as how team coaching differs from individual coaching, what skills underpin effective team coaching, and how team coaching can be made a sustainable, automatic process.

Coaching the Team at Work 4th Edition

'This book is a must for anyone involved in organizational coaching' Adrian Moorhouse, Managing Director, Lane4 & Olympic Gold Medallist Coaching the Team at Work, 4e is the result of research over 20 years with practising team coaches and ...

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Author: David Clutterbuck

Publisher: Nicholas Brealey

ISBN: 1529352312

Category: Business & Economics

Page:

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'This book is a must for anyone involved in organizational coaching' Adrian Moorhouse, Managing Director, Lane4 & Olympic Gold Medallist Coaching the Team at Work, 4e is the result of research over 20 years with practising team coaches and with major corporations around the world. It recognises that in a complex and constantly evolving business and social environment, teams can only keep up if they adapt frequently. But to adapt, they must have clarity about their internal and external systems and how these contribute to or undermine performance. There are multiple aspects of team function that underpins performance - and each influences and is influenced by the others. This revised edition explores the six most significant aspects: * Purpose and motivation * Systems and processes relating to external stakeholders * Relationships, especially within the team * Systems and processes relating to internal functions (such as quality and decision-making) * Learning (how the team adapts to keep up with the pace of change) * Leadership (how the functions of leadership are exercised within the team) When these aspects are aligned, a team can perform at its best; but when any one or more of the aspects is malfunctioning, the result is underperformance. This book helps team coaches develop their skills to support teams in understanding these complex dynamics and, as a result, in developing more effective ways of working together.

Coaching the Team at Work

How does team coaching differ from group coaching, team facilitation and team building? Chapter 4 delves more deeply into the nature of team coaching, ...

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Author: David Clutterbuck

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781529352320

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 320

View: 374

'This book is a must for anyone involved in organizational coaching' Adrian Moorhouse, Managing Director, Lane4 & Olympic Gold Medallist Coaching the Team at Work 2 is the result of research over 20 years with practising team coaches and with major corporations around the world. It recognises that in a complex and constantly evolving business and social environment, teams can only keep up if they adapt frequently. But to adapt, they must have clarity about their internal and external systems and how these contribute to or undermine performance. There are multiple aspects of team function that underpins performance - and each influences and is influenced by the others. This revised edition explores the six most significant aspects: * Purpose and motivation * Systems and processes relating to external stakeholders * Relationships, especially within the team * Systems and processes relating to internal functions (such as quality and decision-making) * Learning (how the team adapts to keep up with the pace of change) * Leadership (how the functions of leadership are exercised within the team) When these aspects are aligned, a team can perform at its best; but when any one or more of the aspects is malfunctioning, the result is underperformance. This book helps team coaches develop their skills to support teams in understanding these complex dynamics and, as a result, in developing more effective ways of working together.

Teams Unleashed

This is an approach proven in the real world of teams since 2005 and used by thousands of teams worldwide.

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Author: Phillip Sandahl

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781529337051

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 228

View: 290

FROM THE CO-AUTHOR OF THE WORLDWIDE BESTSELLER, CO-ACTIVE COACHING Teams Unleashed provides a map and compass for engaged, sustainable, and improved team performance. This practical approach uses the everyday language of teams to highlight what's working, and uncover what's not, and gives teams the tools to to incorporate new practices that build team effectiveness. This is an approach proven in the real world of teams since 2005 and used by thousands of teams worldwide. The steps outlined are based on the fundamentals of coaching - a powerful, repeatable process to support and empower change that makes a difference. Teams Unleashed introduces the five core competencies for working effectively with teams, describes the essential team coaching skills and provides exercises and activities to generate the important conversations that lead to new understanding and new team norms. This is a book for those who work with and lead teams: team and executive coaches, internal HR, OD and L&D professionals, and team leaders. This is an approach that gives teams a way to get clear "We are here"; the tools to design "Where we go from here"; and the structure and accountability to stay on track for team success.

Team Coaching with the Solution Circle

Daniel Meier shows you how to use the positive power of Solutions Focus to work with teams in business and organisations.

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Author: Daniel Meier

Publisher: Solutions Books

ISBN: 0954974913

Category: Coaching (Transportation)

Page: 192

View: 816

Daniel Meier shows you how to use the positive power of Solutions Focus to work with teams in business and organisations. Meets the needs of meets the needs of both the experienced coach and the manager looking for practical steps. Applying the positive power of Solutions Focus to working with teams, Daniel Meier shows you how to: Apply Solutions Focus methods with groups and teams Choose and use the eight steps of the SolutionCircle Become an effective team coach - as a manager or external resource Engage team members in finding useful action steps Use challenges and difficulties in the team to build progress.

Coaching at Work

This book is the key to unlocking them." —Gareth Ford, Training & Development Manager, Atkins "Perfect Timing! Amongst the vast selection of coaching literature, this book is powerful in 3 ways.

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Author: Matt Somers

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780470034859

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 348

View: 893

"This book comes at a time when we are asking searching questions: How exactly do we earn the loyalty, trust and commitment of our people? How do we balance the needs of our organisations to do more with less with the need to create environments in which people can grow, develop and achieve their aspirations? The answers lie within each of those through whom so much can be achieved. This book is the key to unlocking them." --Gareth Ford, Training & Development Manager, Atkins "Perfect Timing! Amongst the vast selection of coaching literature, this book is powerful in 3 ways. * It has the potential to engage even the most ardent cynic to "have a go" * It releases a well-timed boost to existing passionate believers of coaching * It is invaluable to anyone with responsibility for managing, training and development, with well thought-out strategic and realistic approaches to creating and implementing a coaching culture in any business." --Fiona Green, Training Manager, ScS Upholstery plc "How much of your team's full potential do you see at work? 90%? 30%? 60%? Many of us simply don't know. In a world of relentless change is it any wonder that so much can interfere with how well we perform at work. In a practical approach Matt Somers explores how coaching can be used to release that potential. Matt recognises that the reaction in the work place to coaching can range from mild apathy to downright hostility. It is this firm grip on reality that considerably increases the reader's chances of becoming a successful coach. In today's business environment ignore the principles and ideas embodied in this book at your peril!" --Simon Hepinstall, Chief Executive, Storey Carpets Limited "This is an extremely practical book underpinned by a powerful coaching model that is carefully defined and applied throughout. Matt's candid and insightful approach provides accessible information for those new to coaching and those wanting to refine their coaching approach. There are number of coaching texts emerging onto the scene and it is refreshing to see a book so grounded in managerial and organizational reality." --Jane Turner, Programme Director - Coaching, Newcastle Business School,Northumbria University

Further Techniques for Coaching and Mentoring

analogies), it is pragmatic to recognize that team coaching at work is a concept that is here to stay. Coaching teams is much more complex than coaching ...

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Author: David Megginson

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136439803

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 272

View: 393

Building on the success of companion volume Techniques for Coaching and Mentoring, this new volume from coaching gurus David Clutterbuck and David Megginson is a practical, pragmatic guide to the knowledge and techniques you need for successful coaching and mentoring. Rather than adopting a particular school of coaching or mentoring, the authors pick the best from a range of models and frameworks that have developed since the first book published to help you enrich your practice. Further Techniques also features a new structure to make it more reader-friendly, with Part 1 putting the techniques into context, Part 2 covering the frameworks in eight contributed chapters and Part 3 including broader chapters that focus in on techniques for the client, techniques for the coach/mentor and techniques for working on the relationship between coach/mentor and client. A selection of leading figures in the field contribute their techniques and models to the framework chapters in Part 2, taking you through the necessary principles and offering practical advice for newcomers and seasoned professionals alike. Offering a wide portfolio of approaches for helping and developing others, this book is an invaluable resource for all coaches and mentors and a must read for anyone wanting to learn more about one-to-one coaching and mentoring. Edited by David Megginson and David Clutterbuck. Contributors: Gladeana McMahon, Marion Gillie, Daniel Doherty, Megan Reitz, Alan Sieler, John Groom and Vivien Whitaker.

Systemic Team Coaching

A practical volume, that outlines the practice and art of Systemic Team Coaching(R).

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Author: John Leary-Joyce

Publisher: Aoec Press

ISBN: 0993077226

Category:

Page: 138

View: 326

A practical volume, that outlines the practice and art of Systemic Team Coaching(R). Clear guidelines, challenging interventions and dynamic models for working with teams in their systemic context are provided. This gives coaches the opportunity to deliver tangible, sustainable results for teams, their stakeholders and the wider organisation.

The Philosophy and Practice of Coaching

The team coach is typically working more closely with the team, over a longer period and there is greater two-way learning (i.e., the coach learns with the ...

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Author: Diane Brennan

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780470772867

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 378

View: 352

The Philosophy and Practice of Coaching will help to advance the global conversation about the future of coaching. The book is organized into three key sections: Foundations for Coaching, Applications of Coaching, and Organizations and Coaching, and the focus is on enabling the reader to astutely link theory and practice.

Solution Focused Coaching in Practice

In his instrumental book Coaching the Team at Work, Clutterbuck (2007) describes the central role of communication, mutual support and adaptive working ...

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Author: Bill O'Connell

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136279539

Category: Psychology

Page: 240

View: 666

Solution Focused Coaching in Practice is a practical ‘how-to’ guide that provides an invaluable overview of Solution Focused Coaching skills and techniques. Reflecting upon published research on the solution focused approach, Bill O’Connell, Stephen Palmer and Helen Williams bring their own experiences of Solution Focused Coaching together with others in the field to cover topics such as: the coach-coachee relationship the role of technology in coaching inclusive coaching group and team coaching practical issues and skills. Incorporating coachee case studies, worksheets, practice tips and discussion points, the skills, strategies and techniques in this book are straightforward to apply and can be used in most coaching settings. This practical book is essential reading for experienced personal or executive coaches, managers considering introducing a new and better coaching culture for their staff, and for those just starting out on their coaching journey.

EBOOK Leading and Coaching Teams to Success The Secret Life of Teams

Clutterbuck, D. (2007) Coaching the Team at Work, Nicholas Brealey, London. Covey, S. (2004) The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, Simon & Schuster, ...

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Author: Philip Hayes

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)

ISBN: 9780335238545

Category: Psychology

Page: 224

View: 411

Successful management and leadership of teams is a top business priority. This guide to team development gives team leaders and coaches advice on: joining teams and being a successful team player; leading teams to enhanced performance; understanding the role and skill set of the professional team coach; and, more.

EBOOK Coaching and Mentoring at Work Developing Effective Practice

They may help you to reflect upon the development of a coaching and mentoring culture in ... team-working; resourcing and embedding coaching and mentoring.

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Author: Mary Connor

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)

ISBN: 9780335226931

Category: Psychology

Page:

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The third edition of this popular, practical and authoritative book has been revised and updated, with two new chapters. It is aimed at coaches, mentors and clients and features: • Nine key principles of effective coaching and mentoring, showing how to apply them • Discussion of differences between coaching and mentoring across different contexts and sectors • Ideas about how to be an effective coach or mentor and how to be an effective client • Self-development checklists and prompts, and a wealth of interactive case material · New chapter on useful approaches and models • The Skilled Helper model and how to apply it to coaching and mentoring • A range of tried and tested tools and techniques • Ethical issues, reflective practice and supervision • New chapter in which coaches and mentors share experiences from Business, Health, Education & the Public Sector "So many people think that mentoring is simple – you just pass on what you know from the pinnacle of your wisdom and experience. In fact when well done it is the art that conceals art. Similarly there is an art in making what is not simple sound accessible and do-able, which is exactly what this book does. It breaks the news very gently and very clearly that successful mentoring and coaching is nothing like as easy as it looks, either to be a good mentor or to be a good mentee. Throughout the book the message is clear: being a coach or mentor is very different from the expert helper role familiar to most managers - a lot more difficult and a lot more effective and here is how to do it." Jenny Rogers, Executive Coach and author of Coaching Skills: The Definitive Guide to Being a Coach, Fourth Edition (Open University Press, 2016), UK "The third edition of Coaching & Mentoring at Work has been revised and updated. There are two new chapters: 'Coaching & Mentoring Approaches and Models', and 'Glimpses of Coaches and Mentors at Work'. Readers of the previous editions have valued the focus on effective and ethical practice as well as the clear links between principles, approaches, skills, tools, techniques and interactive case examples. This latest edition continues to be an excellent resource for coaching and mentoring purchasers, providers and students." Gerard Egan, Professor Emeritus, Loyola University, Chicago, USA "It is great to see this new updated edition of Mary Connor and Julia Pokora’s book, which shows how much is developing and changing in this fast moving field." Peter Hawkins, Professor of Leadership, Henley Business School, Chairman of Renewal Associates, author of many books including Creating a Coaching Culture (Open University Press, 2012) and Leadership Team Coaching (2014), UK "This new edition from Connor and Pokora has some new and interesting additions. In the ten years since the first edition, much has happened in the coaching and mentoring world. The highlighting of ethical issues in Part 1 of the book recognises that the coaching and mentoring worlds have become much more aware of ethical concerns. The addition of insights into the variety of models for coaching and mentoring and the practical nature of Part 2 of the book is welcome and the shift of focus in Part 3 to Coach and Mentor Development reflects contemporary debate. Written in a practical and accessible style, this book is a must for those working with coaching and mentoring." Professor Bob Garvey, Managing Partner, The Lio Partnership, UK "When this book was first published in 2007 it immediately became an invaluable reference and source of guidance for the part of my work involved with the development mentoring of engineers and engineering project management professionals. The restructured content and additional material provided by the third edition make the book an even more valuable resource for coaches, mentors and their clients in all work sectors. I have always liked the practical exercises, examples and checklists that are to be found throughout the content and I find the glimpses into the experiences of current coaching and mentoring practitioners contained within the new Chapter 12 particularly interesting and useful." Tony Maplesden, Project Management Consultant, UK "Still my favourite coaching and mentoring book – this new edition is better than ever! For the coach/mentor there are plenty of additional resources including a helpful chapter giving insightful reflections on real examples of coaching practice and developing coaching schemes. What I really like about this book is how useful it is for people at different stages in their coaching and mentorship practice – and there’s plenty for coachees and mentees too which helps maximise the benefit of the coaching relationship." Sue Covill, Former HR Director, UK "Coaching and Mentoring at Work has been a part of my life after being introduced to this way of thinking and working by Mary, Julia and Nancy in 2007. This book remains to be a touchstone and over the past decade this text has been updated with clear, practical and honest content. It has kept me thinking in contemporary and informed way when it comes to my knowledge and understanding of coaching and mentoring. It supports the foundations of how I work with others to develop their understanding and skills in the pursuit of healthy learning relationships in their worlds. This third edition updates where necessary and will replace the well-worn second edition in my hand, work and life." Giles McCracken, Clinical Senior Lecturer & Consultant in Restorative Dentistry, Newcastle University, UK "This book illustrates the importance of skills, personal qualities and ethical understanding in promoting healthy and meaning relationships, and this work may also relevant in other helping professions. However, this book also helps anyone who wants to improve their conversations with those around them (co-workers, family and friends)." Assoc. Prof. Dr Ruhani Mat Min, Universiti Malaysia Terengganu, Malaysia

Coaching for Change

Executive coaching style: In search of a vocabulary. In I. O'Donovan & D. Megginson (Eds.), ... Coaching the team at work. London: Nicholas Brealey.

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Author: John L. Bennett

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136496011

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 392

View: 164

Current research indicates that approximately 70% of all organizational change initiatives fail. This includes mergers and acquisitions, introductions of new technologies, and changes in business processes. Leadership is critical in initiating, driving and sustaining change to produce business results, and executive coaching is the best way to support leaders at all levels. Coaching for Change introduces a model for executive coaching that provides the tools and resources to support leaders in driving organization change. In this book, a number of coaching and change models are explored with the goal of integrating them into a framework that can be applied to the individual, team or organization. Bennett and Bush explain the theories behind both coaching and change, and include practical sections on developing coaching skills. A companion website supports this book as a learning tool, featuring a curriculum, instructor guides, powerpoint presentations and more. Coaching for Change is a valuable book for students in coaching, change management or organizational development courses, as well as professionals who want to develop their skills to drive successful change within their organizations.

The Practitioner s Handbook of Team Coaching

From one to many: Best practices for team and group coaching. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. Clutterbuck, D. (2007). Coaching the team at work. Boston, MA:.

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Author: David Clutterbuck

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351130530

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 534

View: 808

The world’s challenges are becoming more and more complex and adapting to those challenges will increasingly come from teams of people innovating together. The Practitioner’s Handbook of Team Coaching provides a dedicated and systematic guide to some of the most fundamental issues concerning the practice of team coaching. It seeks to enhance practice through illustrating and exploring an array of contextual issues and complexities entrenched in it. The aim of the volume is to provide a comprehensive overview of the field and, furthermore, to enhance the understanding and practice of team coaching. To do so, the editorial team presents, synthesizes and integrates relevant theories, research and practices that comprise and undergird team coaching. This book is, therefore, an invaluable specialist tool for team coaches of all levels; from novice to seasoned practitioners. With team coaching assuming an even more prominent place in institutional and organizational contexts nowadays, the book is bound to become an indispensable resource for any coaching training course, as well as a continuing professional development tool. This book is essential reading for anyone with an interest in coaching, in both practice and educational settings. It will be of use not only for professional coaches, but also for leaders, managers, HR professionals, learners and educators, in the business, public, independent and voluntary sectors.

The Complete Handbook of Coaching

These include one of the first titles in the area of team coaching, Coaching the Team at Work (Nicholas Brealey, 2007). David leads an international network ...

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Author: Elaine Cox

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9781526453112

Category: Education

Page: 616

View: 806

This book provides a wide-ranging guide to the complex, multidisciplinary area of coaching, helping trainees to find comprehensive answers to their coaching questions. It allows them to identify and develop their own personal style of coaching. A specially selected group of international authors contribute various expertise and insights across three key areas: Theoretical perspectives Contexts and genres of coaching Professional practice Issues Learning is also supported by new online resources. Videos, case studies, journal articles and useful websites have been carefully collated by our contributors to help trainees make the crucial link between theory and practice.

Essential Questions to Grow Your Team

Inside this book, you will find a toolkit for building your coaching confidence, along with ideas of how to use a coaching approach to support your team into a more positive and engaging culture.

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Author: Kathryn Jackson

Publisher:

ISBN: 0473404958

Category:

Page: 75

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Using new coaching skills at work can be pretty daunting. Thinking up questions "in the moment" can put you under extra pressure, and when you're already stretching into a new way of talking to your team that can feel stressful. You want to use your new coaching conversation skills, but you don't have time to create questions to support you. What if you had a collection of ideas for questions to ask in some of the most common conversations at work? Conversations like these: 1. Creating performance objectives 2. Coaching under performance 3. Creating career goals 4. Debriefing a project 5. Identifying motivators 6. Creating better work-life balance 7. Coaching over or under-utilization 8. Encouraging involvement 9. Exploring talents 10. Coaching for retirement 11. Coaching a workplace returner 12. Presentation skills coaching 13. Coaching a sensitive personal issue 14. Coaching to embed learning 15. Coaching to explore sales outcomes 16. Growing HR Business Partner skills 17. Growing a Coaching Culture 18. Backwards Coaching 19. Event Planning 20. Solution focused coaching questions This book contains over 500 coaching style questions to help you grow your confidence in conversations that drive accountability and results. Use it as a guide to design your own conversations, or use it to help your team reflect on what they might like to talk to you about, or you can even use it as a companion for delivering training programs that teach coaching. Here's what readers have said: "A vital guide to coaching conversations at work to deliver great business results" Graham Alexander, founder of the Alexander Corporation, originator of the GROW model and author of SuperCoaching and Tales from the Top. "A brisk, no nonsense style eBook which will be truly helpful to people who want to coach their team," Alison Hardingham - International Best Selling author of eight books, and Director of Business Psychology at Yellow Dog Consulting UK. 'Easily the best collection of coaching questions I've ever come across. As a professional coach whose clientele consists primarily of managers and executives, I know that I will be using many of the pages of this wonderful little book many, many times.' Pierre Gauthier Certified Integral Coach (TM), Canada Inside this book, you will find a toolkit for building your coaching confidence, along with ideas of how to use a coaching approach to support your team into a more positive and engaging culture.

The Working Life

In these cases, playing on the team at work has little in common with ... is why many companies invested in learning how to build and lead or “coachteams.

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Author: Joanne B. Ciulla

Publisher: Currency

ISBN: 9780307786159

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 288

View: 967

A wide-ranging look at the allure and changing significance of work.With seductions, misunderstandings, and misinformation everywhere, this immensely readable book calls for a new contract--with ourselves. Drawing from history, mythology, literature, pop culture, and practical experience, Ciulla probes the many meanings of work or its meaninglessness and asks: Why are so many of us letting work take over our lives and trying to live in what little time is left? What has happened to the old, unspoken contract between worker and employer? Why are young people not being disloyal when they regularly consider job-changing? Employers can't promise as much to workers as before. Is that because they promise so much to stockholders? Why are there mass layoffs and "downsizing" in a time of unequaled corporate prosperity? And why are the most common lies in business about satisfactory employee performance? The traditional contract between employers and employees is over. This thoughtful and provocative study shows how to replace it by the one we make with ourselves.

The Soul of a Team

Telling the story of a fictional NFL team looking for a turnaround, The Soul of a Team not only identifies some of the most common issues that hold a team back but also lays out a game plan for winning teamwork.

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Author: Tony Dungy

Publisher: NavPress

ISBN: 9781496414816

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 256

View: 894

From the New York Times bestselling author of The Mentor Leader and Quiet Strength comes a book sure to transform your team or organization! For most people, succeeding in life requires mastering the art of teamwork. Whether at work, school, church, or home, virtually everyone is part of a team—and when they work well, teams can accomplish more than individuals working by themselves. But not all teams are created equal. When a team isn’t functioning well, individual strengths can be undermined and weaknesses accentuated, making the work environment a terrible place to be. So what does a truly effective team environment look like, and how can you create one within your own organization? As a former Super Bowl–winning coach, Tony Dungy is an expert at building and bringing out the best in a team. Drawing on his experiences from years of coaching and working with other leaders, this football fable lays out four essential principles practiced by truly effective teams. Telling the story of a fictional NFL team looking for a turnaround, The Soul of a Team not only identifies some of the most common issues that hold a team back but also lays out a game plan for winning teamwork. Whether you aspire to be a better leader or a stronger team player, The Soul of a Team will show you how to contribute to a stronger, healthier, more productive team destined for success.

High Performance Team Coaching

usually implicit at this beginning point, and the team usually doesn't make many changes in the way they work together until the approximate midpoint of ...

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Author: Jacqueline Peters

Publisher: FriesenPress

ISBN: 9781460225677

Category: Employees

Page: 104

View: 162

"High Performance Team Coaching (HPTC) is a fantastic resource and a 'must read' for all Team Leaders and Coaches. The authors demystify the concepts of creating and sustaining high performance teams and how to lead and coach them. Built upon solid research and investigation along with practical and relevant action steps, it is a resource that will help move your team from average or good, to high performance in any context." - Lillas Marie Hatala and Richard Hatala, Co-authors of Integrative Leadership: Building a Foundation for Personal, Interpersonal, and Organizational Success "With a combination of systematic field research and an intense scrutiny of the literature, Peters and Carr have developed a system of high performance team coaching that is fit-for-purpose and accessible for practitioners but with an appropriate and transparent evidence base. It provides the framework and underpinning that will allow this much needed [team coaching] modality to achieve its potential." - Dr. Annette Fillery-Travis, M/DProf Programme Coordinator, Middlesex University Member of the Steering Group of the International Centre for the Study of Coaching "High Performance Team Coaching advances the field of coaching by filling the gap for a practical, yet thoroughly evidence-based model to guide team coaching practice. Drawing on the authors' considerable experience and their recent empirical research this clearly written, well-documented text provides actionable guidelines and practical strategies for working with teams and makes a genuine and important contribution to the field." - Dr. Elaine Cox, Editor: International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring Director of Postgraduate Coaching & Mentoring Programmes, Oxford Brookes University

Coaching in the Library

Therefore, the team was unsure about what to do at its meetings, ... Performance barriers for the team included lack of boundaries, doing the wrong work, ...

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Author: Ruth F. Metz

Publisher: American Library Association

ISBN: 9780838910375

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 103

View: 310

"Outlines a focused and results-oriented plan for achieving the best results from staff members through a coaching style of management ... Complete with new forms, reader-friendly tables, and annotated references"--Page 4 of cover.