24 Jan January 24, 2019 - 11:30am to 1:30pmOnlineIn recent years there’s been a surge of interest in the practice of team coaching. This is true not only for practitioners (as more executive coaches turn their attention to teams, while more team consultants incorporate coaching), but for clients as well. Increasingly, organizations are making direct requests for team coaching. Yet there remains some confusion about what team coaching really is. Practitioners and clients alike struggle to differentiate between this type of work and the related practices of team building, training, facilitation, coaching and consulting. In this webinar, we will offer a perspective on team coaching that’s been refined over more than 20 years of work with hundreds of teams, in more than 30 countries. You will walk away with: Clear distinctions between five team development practices, or “modalities,” with the benefits and limitations of each—including the unique contributions of the team coaching modality Understanding of the Corentus Team Coaching Model and its three components: sensing, being, and making moves Simple, yet powerful tools to structure your sensing data and drive effective coaching moves Experience using your sensing and move-making “muscles” through real-time observation and practice Tips for introducing team coaching methods within the context of your existing work We hope you’ll join us for an interactive and engaging discussion on this exciting and rapidly expanding field of practice. Presenters: Alexander Caillet and Amy Yeager Host: Jeff Hull Go to Registration Page Want more? The IOC offers monthly webinars featuring a distinguished expert in the field of coaching covering a wide array of topics. Become a member for access to all current and archived webinars. Learn more... CEUs: Webinar attendees may qualify for continuing education units (CEUs). Following the webinar, attendees may request certificates via the survey displayed at the webinar's close. Also, via the survey, attendees may contact Tiffany Goday at email@example.com for issue of the certificate(s). Members can receive up to 3 CEU certificates (worth 1.5 credits each, totaling 4.5 credits). We hope you’ll join us for an interactive and engaging discussion on this exciting and rapidly expanding field of practice.