Coaching Teams: Facilitating Leadership and Results Edit Title

Wed, Nov 18, 2015 at 1pm EDT / 10am PDT Edit Date

Addressing the complex issues nonprofits face requires effective and creative teams that bring together people with a range of skills and experiences. It’s vital that teams effectively solve problems, innovate, and continuously improve. Coaching, often thought of as only being for work with individuals, can help foster empowered and capable teams. Using coaching skills can promote team members’ leadership development—as well as your own! During this webinar we will introduce a coaching perspective and look at a set of team tools you can use to make a real difference. We will consider how to develop shared expectations, encourage creativity, assess how the team is doing, and address challenges. This session is appropriate for all team members and not only formal leaders. Join us for an insightful and practical look at teams in the modern workplace.

Take-aways:

  • Why a coaching perspective is essential if we value empowered and innovative teams.
  • Understanding how coaching can be used with teams.
  • Tools to add to your team-building toolkit.
  • A resource packet with tips and templates (available upon request for free).

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