This is a Coaching Center of Excellence Event. It qualifies for 1 ICF CCE Unit".
Just as one-to-one coaching can be less effective when it focuses only on solving problems, team coaching can easily be side-tracked into a mindset of correcting deficits. Yet performance and dysfunction are intricately linked. In this insightful webinar, David Clutterbuck, one of the earliest pioneers of coaching, mentoring and team coaching, presents a framework for diagnosing and working with both strengths and weaknesses. The PERIL framework (Purpose & motivation, External processes & systems, Relationships, Internal processes and systems, Learning) aims to help team coaches to look at team dynamics holistically.
David will explore the model and the research that led to it, as part of a wider-ranging overview of the process of contracting with the team and choosing where to focus team coaching sessions. The critical question, for the team and the coach alike, is What will make the biggest difference in assisting this team to live up to its potential?
About our presenter: David Clutterbuck is one of the original pioneers of coaching and mentoring. Author or co-author of 70 books, he is co-founder of the European Mentoring & Coaching Council, for which he is now Special Ambassador. His book, Coaching the team at work stimulated the global movement for evidence-based team coaching nearly a decade ago. He is visiting professor of coaching and mentoring at three universities and is currently lead editor of the team producing the first Handbook of Team Coaching. David lives in the UK (when not flying round the world) and takes on a new learning challenge every year — from sky-diving to stand-up comedy!
Attendance at this event is open to:
ATD NYC chapter members
You must be registered by March 7, 2018 at 5:00PM to participate.
Webinar information will be emailed directly to participants from the WebEx platform.
Chapter Incentive Program (ChIP) code for td.org store purchases: CH1026
ATD New York City Chapter
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