Transcend Team Coaching
Dedicated to professional excellence in team coaching education and practice.
Supporting teams to have the conversations they need to have with themselves and others.
ARE YOU READY TO MEET THIS GROWING DEMAND?
Team coaching is an eclectic field that integrates aspects of other disciplines and theories including systems thinking, behavioural science, psychology, psycho-dynamic analysis, systems theory, organisation behaviour, and organisational culture. It could be described as Organisational Development fuelled by coaching skills with a strong systems approach. Research suggests that while team coaching currently represents 9% of overall coaching delivered, it is this type of coaching predicted to grow the most over the coming two years. While one-to-one coaching can be a very powerful way of improving an individuals’ performance, team coaching offers more collective benefits which can have an extremely positive effect upon an entire organisation.
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2021 Team Coach Training Program Dates:
Next program: October 19-21, 2021, live and in-person in Hong Kong
Q3 dates coming soon for Hong Kong, Singapore and China
Watch for online dates as well
Location: Hong Kong, location to be determined
In-person training subject to social distancing regulations
- Standard rate: HKD17,500
- Early bird discount: HKD14,875 – full payment required 30 days before the program date
- Corporate rate: For 3 or more coaches. Please contact us for details.
- Alumni rate: We offer special discounts to Transcend Alumni, please contact us for details about this program and how you can apply your referral credits.
The Team Coaching Opportunity and Impact
Team coaching is an exciting and challenging emerging professional dimension of coaching. It is challenging… because teams are complex, adaptive systems within other complex, adaptive system that interact with other, complex adaptive systems. And it is exciting – because organizations who want to thrive are investing in the creation of high performing value creating teams. Estimates supported by research from Team Coaching pioneers David Clutterbuck and Peter Hawkins are that the world will need up to 150,000 professional team coaches in the next 10 years.
Imagine a leader of teams (or teams of teams) who is highly skilled at creating the conditions to enable their teams to be focused, effective and sustainably producing results that are more than the sum of their parts. Imagine a team leader who is team literate, able to create a team coaching culture with new and existing teams and understands how to get the most out their teams and teams of teams.
Imagine a highly effective one on one coach who can work with leaders, team members and coach the team itself. A well rounded professional, confident and capable team coach who can deliver measurable results, applying a wide range of interventions to enable teams and team leaders to new levels of efficiency and excellence.
Imagine an internal coach who can create significant value for teams and their leaders within the organisation. Utilising their exceptional coaching and team coaching skills to create value within the systems they are a part of.
Imagine a Human Resources and/or Learning and Development professional who is able to add value through team coaching, team wisdom and team leadership. Supporting teams, team members, team leaders and internal coaches to develop high performing learning teams that create value.
Team Leaders as Team Coaches
Team leaders are increasingly required to deliver results through teams and teams of teams. Organisations are reorganising with teams at the heart of their long term capability strategies. We are expected to build and lead teams that are agile, self-directed, highly engaged, safe and increasingly effective. Virtual teams are the new normal and the next normal will require increased levels of virtual team leadership effectiveness and excellence. This program will help team leaders become team literate, skilled in team development, provide tools to assess and diagnose teams, create a team coaching culture and ultimately lead highly effective learning teams.
If you are a team leader or a team of team leaders who want to develop your ability to lead teams with a high level of excellence and skill then this program will create a strong framework of skills, approaches and practical techniques to enhance your team leadership. Ask us about the different benefits of attending a public program or having an internal team coaching training program customised for your organisation.
HR, L&D and Internal Coaches to Team Coaches
If your organisation is designed or being redesigned to focus more on achieving results through teams, then this program is for you. You will gain the tools, perspectives and skills to help it to develop and to coach leaders and teams. Learn how to leverage the impact of internal coaches as team coaches, how to help team leaders develop and how to help teams learn where they can apply their energy to achieve results.
You will, with expertise and professionalism, be able to support leadership, stakeholders, teams, and team leaders as they embrace team-based ways of doing. You will be able to help diagnose and navigate the team journey with confidence based in global best practice.
Internal coaches who see the value or have a vision for teams, either from themselves or led by HR, will benefit from increasing their ability to coach team leaders and, if applicable, to coach teams.
Find out more about group discounts or customised programs for your organisation. All members of our network of professional team coaches would be happy to discuss team coaching for your organisation or team.
From One on One to Team Coach
This program is aimed at experienced individual coaches and team coaches with a solid foundation of experience and expertise in one-to-one coaching, who want to add team coaching to their portfolio. Some less experienced coaches may have meaningful experience in working as a team leader, team leadership or working with teams as a consultant, trainer or facilitator. Please speak with us if you are interested and not sure if you qualify.
This program will enable one to one coaches to develop themselves as team coaches or enhance their ability to work with team leaders. It aims to ensure they are competent and confident in extending coaching approaches to helping teams become more effective and eventually develop the capability to coach themselves. The context of the program is organisational teams, with particular emphasis on executive teams and project teams, although the tools, techniques and theory also apply to other teams.
The Program: Team Coaching Practitioner programme
- Introduction to the concept: a historical and theoretical perspective
- The purpose of team coaching
- How teams evolve
- Models of team learning
- What helps and hinders team efficacy?The leader follower relationship.
- What do we mean by a high performing team?
- Differences between individual coaching and team coaching.Identifying team strengths and weaknesses.
- Key steps in the team coaching process-contracting, scoping, developing the team’s capacity to coach itself
- Team coaching session dialogue: contracting, goal setting, defining the issue, context, redefinition, seeking individual and collective mindshift, alternative ways forward, decisions, recontracting
- Competencies of a team coach
- Behaviours of teams and team members. How to recognise and analyse team dysfunction
- Principles of group dynamics
- Team identity
- Establishing and working with team purpose
- Surfacing and managing conflicting agendas. Techniques for managing team conflict
- Communication and networking
- Techniques to clarify and build alignment with team goals
- Managing team motivation, temporal issues, creativity
- Raising the quality of team decision-making
- Improving team processes
- Aligning individual and collective development within a Team Development Plan
- Ethical issues in team coaching
- Your personal development team coach plan as a team coach
- Developing your team coaching business
This program is delivered by our lead facilitator Craig McKenzie, Head of Transcend Team Coaching, and he will be joined by senior team coaches from our growing network of professional team coaches.
Craig is on the leading edge of bringing team coaching into the Asian region, both in team coach training and practicing team coaching. Craig has extensive international experience designing and delivering ICF and EMCC credentialed coach training programs. Working closely with Professor David Clutterbuck and the CMI global leadership, he is a member of the Core Faculty for Coaching and Mentoring International and a member of the Core Faculty and Head of Practicums for the GTCI CMI PERILL stream. He holds ICF and EMCC accreditations as a coach, team coach and supervisor. Craig McKenzie is currently a director at Transcend International. He has over 30 years of experience in developing teams, leadership teams and boards in corporate and NGO contexts.
The Global Accreditation Journey
This is an exciting time for team coaching globally. Both the EMCC and the ICF have presented Team Coaching Competencies. The EMCC has created global standards and an accreditation pathway for team coaches and for team coach training programs. The Global Team Coaching Institute, in partnership with David Clutterbuck and Peter Hawkins, was created and launched in 2019 with a focus on online team coach training. Organisations will be on the lookout for professional trained and accredited team coaches. The ICF has not yet announced plans for specific accreditation for Team Coaching programs or coaches, though we anticipate this will come in the future. Your opportunity now is with the EMCC to receive your Individual Team Coaching Accreditation at the Practitioner level.
Globally Accredited: This program is approved for 40.5 CCE’s from the ICF. Team coaches who work with clients are also eligible to complete additional assignments and assessments to achieve the ITCA Practitioner level from the EMCC. (Additional nominal costs will apply and the total fee will be less than doing it directly through the EMCC)