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Teams are a crucial part of working life, and they can also be a source of challenges, frustrations and opportunities.  This industry first book explores the breadth of approaches available throughout a team coaching engagement narrated through case studies and editorial commentary. It illustrates the eclectic and emergent nature of interventions that enable teams to achieve lasting positive changes in capability.

Drawing together 23 cases from multiple theoretical perspectives and industries from team coaching practitioners from across the globe, this book: 

•Includes the experiences, insights and learning of team leaders and team members as well as the team coaches with quotes and data from each engagement 
•Offers insight into the original need for the team coaching in each case study
•Explores how the team relates to itself, its stakeholders and the wider system
•Explains how the team coach or coaches engaged with the team detailing the specific practices the team coach used and the outcomes achieved
•Features forewords from leading writers on coaching and team coaching: Nick Smith, Peter Hawkins and Paul Lawrence

These features make it a fresh and valuable source of insight and reflection for both novice and experienced team coaches, team leaders, organisational sponsors, and buyers of team coaching.

“Readers will take away a tangible sense of current team coaching practice and frameworks and feel more capable, knowledgeable, and confident working with teams.”

Dr. Catherine Carr, Team Coach, Supervisor and Systemic Team Coaching Instructor, Co-Author of High Performance Team Coaching

“This casebook offers inspiration and wisdom from an impressive array of experienced practitioners.”

Ruth Wageman, PhD., Author of Senior Leadership Teams: What it Takes to Make them Great, Founder of 6 Team Conditions

“This book presents action research at its best. With its diverse array of settings, the book conveys practical wisdom related to the challenges and opportunities of team coaching.”

Amy C. Edmondson, Professor at Harvard Business School, Author of The Fearless Organization: Creating Psychological Safety in the Workplace for Learning, Innovation, and Growth

David Clutterbuck is one of the early pioneers of coaching and is co-founder of the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC). He is also practice lead of Coaching and Mentoring International (CMI). 

Tammy Turner is CEO of Turner International and is Core Faculty and Head of Supervision at the Global Coach Training Institute (GTCI). She is an accredited master team and individual coach. 

Colm Murphy is an accredited master executive coach and team coach and Head of Coaching at Smurfit Executive Development, University College Dublin, Ireland. Colm is managing director of Dynamic Leadership Development. He is also Core Faculty at the Global Coach Training Institute (GTCI).


Uitgever:McGraw-Hill Education


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Setting the Stage
Foreword for Context section - Context regarding team situations
What if we knew then what we know now – A coaching story
Who’s bias is it? Moving the dial from “me” to “we”: a systemic challenge for team coaching
Foundations to Sustainability: A Leadership Team Coaching Case Study
Systemic Team Coaching Essentials, Global Leadership Community Case Study
Team Coaching in a Professional Services Firm: A Case Study of Internal & External Team Coaching in a Complex Adaptive System
Unfolding team power and increasing psychological safety by effectively addressing a taboo subject
Case study: the good, the bad, and the unexpected impact of internal coach on a High Performing Team development journey
Foreword for Models and Tools section, Maps, Models and Muddles!
Navigating Crisis with Integrative Systemic Team Coaching (ISTC)
Team Coaching for Communication Continuity
Team Intelligence (TQ™) Assessment Informed Effective Team Coaching Approaches and Generated Improvements in Financial Performance
Inspiring Collective Leadership at an Australian Public Sector Organisation
The HR-Partner team at the Swedish Migration Agency
Case Study on Team Coaching using an Appreciative Inquiry Approach in an Educational Institution
Team Coaching for Culture Change
“Into the void: building leadership through team coaching in the executive team of a government agency.”
Foreword for Philosophies section
EthicalCoach Ethiopia Project: A Case Study of Pro-Bono Team Coaching Through the Lens of Team Coaching Competencies
What coaching is appropriate for developing leadership within a team context?
On Pairing for Team Coaching
Team Coaching in Agile Software Development Case Study
A Strength-Based Approach to developing Team Leadership & Effectiveness
Towards an Ubuntu Team Coaching Perspective
A do or die situation
Sharing the driving seat: A ticket for the game
So, what did we learn? Final reflections by the editors

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