Join Dr. Krister Lowe and leading organizational coach and early pioneer in the field of team coaching, Phillip Sandhal, for this week’s episode of The Team Coaching Zone Podcast. Phil is a Master Certified Coach, a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach and the Co-Founder of Team Coaching International (TCI). Phil is an internationally recognized consultant, coach, trainer, and author. He was an early pioneer in the field of team coaching and has worked with teams in North America, Europe and Asia that include Johnson & Johnson, Bank of America, Cisco, Cap Gemini, ING Bank, TransCanada, Bayer Pharmaceuticals, the U.S. State Department and the U.S. Navy.
He is a sought-after speaker on team performance, team leadership, and team trends. He has presented at conferences in Finland, Poland, Switzerland, Spain, Canada, Australia, and of course the U.S. He is co-author of the leading textbook on coaching: Co-Active Coaching: Changing Business, Transforming Lives, with more than 100,000 copies in print and in 10 languages. Phil is a former senior faculty member for The Coaches Training Institute and has been training coaches worldwide since 1998. As principal trainer for Team Coaching International, Phil has trained more than 1,000 team coaches from 43 countries. That training also certifies coaches in the use of the Team Diagnostic suite of team and team leader assessment tools. The Team Diagnostic has been used with thousands of teams worldwide and is in 22 languages.
In this episode of the podcast Phil shares his journey from a career in journalism to discovering the field of coaching where he became a senior faculty member of the Coaches Training Institute and where he trained coaches around the world and also co-authored the well-known text on co-active coaching. He then shares the journey into team coaching and to co-founding Team Coaching International in 2004. In the episode Phil shares stories of hits and misses from his own practice coaching teams and also insights from training team coaches. Some themes covered in the episode include: the Team Diagnostic; appreciative inquiry in team coaching; productivity and positivity - two essential dimensions in teams; a 3 phase approach to team coaching; the eclectic mixture of skills a team coach uses during ongoing team coaching sessions; the role of metrics in team coaching; coaching multi-cultural teams; training team coaches and more.
This episode is another opportunity for both new and experienced team coaches to gain lessons learned, tips and wisdom from one of the early pioneers in the field of team coaching. It's surely an episode you will not want to miss!
Join Dr. Krister Lowe and leading organizational coach Gilbert Brenson-Lazan for this week’s episode of The Team Coaching Zone Podcast. Gilbert is a Social Psychologist and the Founding Parter of Amauta International, LLC.--an organization dedicated to optimizing wisdom, efficacy and resilience with top management teams in the Americas, through the facilitation of meaningful conversations. Professor Lazan has forty years of teaching, facilitation and coaching experience in the Americas and in 13 other countries. He is the author of 34 books and texts, and has presented in over 40 international professional conferences. He was a founding member and President of Global Facilitators Service Corps (GFSC) and is an Honorary Member of the Asociación Latinoamericano de Facilitadores-ALFA. A seventeen-year member of the International Association of Facilitators (IAF), he was past International Vice-Chair and received the 1999 IAF Global Stewardship Award, the 2010 IAF Community Outreach Award, and was inducted into the first IAF Facilitators Hall of Fame in 2014.
In this episode Gilbert shares his inspiring journey into team facilitation and coaching that has continued to evolve over a period of 40 years. He shares his perspectives on the role of appreciative inquiry, positive psychology and solution-focused coaching in his approach to team coaching. He draws insights on the role of meaningful conversation and its impact on neuroscience and culture change in organizations, families and communities. Gilbert shares a number of powerful stories of hits and misses coaching teams including a compelling story of a 3-year transformation of a beverage company's leadership culture and the story of supporting a community following a volcanic eruption that resulted in the devastating loss of 26,000 residents of a town.
This episode is overflowing with inspiration as well as practical insights, tips and tools that will help every new and experienced team coach take their practice to the next level!
Join Dr. Krister Lowe and leading organizational coach Krish Iyer for this week’s episode of The Team Coaching Zone Podcast. Krish is the Founder and Chief Catalyst at Qual Aliter Associates and brings more than 25+ years of experience across industries in sales, business development, business strategy, business process consulting, key account management and coaching for leadership and performance. Krish has worked for a number of leading companies including 3M Co., Praxis, Satyam Computers and SAP. Prior to founding Qua Aliter, Krish was the Global Vice President in the Strategic Customer Program for SAP and led a global team supporting SAP's most strategic customers that accounted for 1/3 of the company's $20 billion dollar business. Krish is a graduate of Columbia University's Advanced Coaching Certification program and currently works to deliver comprehensive and transformational engagements for both leaders and teams.
In this episode Krish shares his journey into team coaching building on his extensive experience leading cross-cultural and cross-functional global teams. Krish shares stories coaching teams in the technology and customer relationship management arenas. Some key themes explored in this episode include: team coaching in a VUCA world; learning, innovation and change in teams; design thinking and team coaching; blending the roles of consultant, facilitator, and coach; coaching presence; building leader-coach capacity within teams; appreciative inquiry; focusing on business results; experimentation in team coaching and more.
This episode is overflowing with practical insights, tips and tools that will help every new and experienced team coach take their practice to the next level!