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Systemic Team Coaching

June 22 @ 6:00 PM IST

Coach Training
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Ujjaval Buch, MCC
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Smita R

Meeting the Education requirements for ICF Advanced Certification in Team Coaching (ACTC)Certification.

Systemic Team Coaching is an approach to coaching that focuses on the dynamics and interactions of a team, as well as the wider system in which the team operates. This approach recognizes that teams are complex systems with their own patterns of behaviour, and that the success of the team is influenced by factors both within and outside of the team.

Coacharya is pleased to announce its Systemic Team Coaching Program.

To think systemically is to take a holistic integrative approach that recognises the organisation to be a complex entity, comprising interconnected parts urging both coach and leader to look beyond the dyadic relationship between coach and client and interpersonal relationships within a team, to consider the impact of other variables in the ‘system’.

The coach may use a range of tools and techniques to help the team understand its dynamics and improve its performance, such as team assessments, group facilitation, and individual coaching sessions.

Team coaching is one of the fastest growing disciplines in the coaching profession, and through the ICF ACTC, qualified coach practitioners can demonstrate advanced knowledge, skills and abilities in team coaching, allowing them to build upon their individual coaching competence as an ICF ACC, PCC, or MCC Credentialed coach.

Who Is this Program For?

This programme is for coaches who want to develop and expand their team coaching understanding, competence, capabilities and practice, as well as experienced OD consultants and HR and related Professionals and executive/managers with experience in leading teams.

To apply for the ICF ACTC Credential – note additional requirements https://coachingfederation.org/credentials-and-standards/team-coaching

Learning Methodology – Multiple learning approach – feel free to request a program outline. Send us an email at contact@coacharya.com

Learning Outcomes and Benefits 

Systemic Team Coaching can offer many benefits to Individuals teams and organizations, including:

  • Improved communication: Systemic team coaching can help team members communicate more effectively with one another, which can lead to better collaboration and stronger relationships.
  • Increased productivity: By identifying and addressing any issues that may be hindering team performance, systemic team coaching can help teams work more efficiently and effectively, leading to increased productivity and better outcomes.
  • Greater self-awareness: Through the coaching process, team members can gain a deeper understanding of their own strengths, weaknesses, and communication styles, which can help them work more effectively with others.
  • Enhanced problem-solving skills: Systemic team coaching can help teams develop problem-solving skills and strategies, which can be applied to a range of challenges and situations.
  • Improved leadership: Coaching can help team leaders develop the skills and confidence they need to lead their teams effectively, and to create a positive and productive team culture.
  • Increased engagement: By helping teams feel more supported, engaged, and valued, systemic team coaching can increase employee motivation and job satisfaction.
  • Overall, systemic team coaching can help teams become more effective, efficient, and engaged, which can benefit the organization as a whole.

Program Hours80 hours

Inclusive of trainer lead synchronous sessions, self-learning hours, group supervision sessions, small teams between session activities, experiential case studies, readings and more.

Delivery: Virtual Classes on (Zoom) 3 hour sessions – designed with multiple learning approaches,

Additional ICF Requirements: https://coachingfederation.org/credentials-and-standards/team-coaching

Details
Facilitator:
Ujjaval Buch, MCC
Smita R
Date:
June 22
Time:
6:00 PM IST
Event Categories:
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New York, NY, USA
EDT  (UTC -4)
Thu, 22 Jun 2023
8:30 am
London, United Kingdom
BST  (UTC +1)
Thu, 22 Jun 2023
1:30 pm
Mumbai, India
IST  (UTC +5:30)
Thu, 22 Jun 2023
6:00 pm
Sydney, Australia
AEST  (UTC +10)
Thu, 22 Jun 2023
10:30 pm