Join Dr. Krister Lowe and leading organizational coach DJ Mitsch for this week's episode of The Team Coaching Zone Podcast. DJ is an award winning author, a thought leader in the coaching profession, a certified Mentor Coach and a Master Certified Coach and one of the first 25 designated by the International Coach Federation (ICF). As the 2001 President of the ICF, DJ led the association across borders to become recognized as the global professional society of coaches. DJ served on the Board of Directors for six formative years as the ICF developed the certification programs and the ethics and standards for coaching, and was responsible for international chapter development including China, Japan and Australia. DJ co-founded The Pyramid Resource Group, The Corporate Coaching Company, in 1994 with husband Barry Mitsch. In January 2013, DJ founded the Healthcare Coaching Institute to serve the growing need to prepare coaches who work with leaders in the chaotic business of healthcare. She is the Creator of Team Advantage-a leading edge team coaching approach for transforming teams. In this episode DJ shares the incredible story of scaling team coaching in a pharmaceutical company that involved coaching 60 teams and that led to dramatic organizational results. The episode is chock full of lessons learned, tips and practical advice that every team coach will not want to miss!
Join Dr. Krister Lowe and leading organizational coach Greg Burns for this week’s episode of The Team Coaching Zone Podcast. Greg Burns is the President of G Burns and Associates, an Executive Coach as well as a Human Capital Transformation, Learning and Leadership Development Consultant with over 25 years of senior executive experience in leading global organizations. His corporate experience includes serving as the first Chief Learning Officer for Citigroup – leading 1700 learning professionals in 41 countries, Senior Human Resources Officer of US Consumer Lending at Citigroup, Manager of Organizational Capability at Pepsi, and HR and Training Manager at Saks Fifth Avenue. In this episode Greg shares his five-step approach to coaching teams for high performance and highlights the approach through two powerful stories from his own practice.
Join Dr. Krister Lowe and leading organizational coach Dr. Yaron Prywes for this week’s episode of The Team Coaching Zone Podcast. Dr. Yaron Prywes is a Coaching Psychologist and the Creator of the LeaderNation™ 360 Degree Multi-Rater Feedback Instrument. In this episode Dr. Prywes shares a combined “hit and miss” story that focuses on coaching a senior leadership team. The case highlights strategies for engaging team members who exhibit varying degrees of motivation to participate in the coaching process. The story highlights the importance of proactively and regularly receiving coaching supervision in order to maintain one’s role and focus during team coaching engagements. Dr. Prywes provides a number of valuable resources and recommendations: The Center for Creative Leadership, The Hudson Institute of Coaching, The LeaderNation 360 Multi-Rater Feedback Instrument, the NBI Thinking Preferences Assessment, The Confidentiality Spectrum, the CCL Situation Behavior Impact model, and more. For show notes and more information on team coaching go to www.TeamCoachingZone.com.
Join Dr. Krister Lowe and this week's guest and leading organizational coach Tom Fumarelli as we explore coaching CEO and COO partnership teams. Tom is a Leadership Development Consultant, Professional Certified Executive Coach and Business Advisor who supports leaders, business owners and organizations to make sustainable change and achieve their personal best. His consulting, coaching and advisory work is based on a successful thirty-year career as a global CFO, COO and President. During his career as an operating executive, Tom had full P&L and management responsibility. He was President of Holly Hunt Enterprises, COO of Yakima Products Inc. and Senior Vice President of CHANEL where he was responsible to coordinate finance and operations in more than 25 countries. Prior to this he learned his craft at Kidder Peabody, Chase Manhattan Bank, Exxon Corporation and Price Waterhouse - in various global roles. Tom has a proven track record of leading high performing teams in public, private and family owned businesses. His success is based on his ability to motivate others to achieve challenging goals while honoring the unique differences and contributions of each individual. Tune in to this week's episode and listen to Tom share three team coaching stories.