Join Dr. Krister Lowe and today's special guest, George Johnson, for this week's episode of The Team Coaching Zone Podcast. George is the CEO of Team Coaching International—a global professional services firm with a clear purpose: to help our clients create and maintain high-performing teams and organizations. George is a serial entrepreneur who has worked with over 150 clients. He was the co-founder of Internet Broadcasting, worked with United Health Care and Techies.com and also founded three non-profits and two consulting practices. George was the former president of the Minnesota Coaches Association and has been coaching since 2001 as well as conducting strategic planning for over 30 years.
In this special episode of The Team Coaching Zone podcast, George shares insights on how to build a team coaching practice and business. Themes explored in the episode include: the emergence of the field of team coaching; the business case for team coaching; research findings conducted with more than 100 team coaches on the state of their team coaching practices; pricing of team engagements; generating executive coaching clients through team coaching engagements and vice versa; developing a niche team coaching business and more. George also shares insights and lessons learned from Team Coaching International’s experience coaching teams as well as training team coaches. An overview of Team Coaching International’s range of current product and service offerings is also provided.
This is an episode specially tailored for team coaches who are looking to gain insights into how to establish a successful as well as sustainable team coaching business!
Join Dr. Krister Lowe and today's guest and leading organizational coach, Jim Tamm, for this week's episode of The Team Coaching Zone Podcast. Jim Tamm is the President of RC Group, LLC with training partners in 18 countries. He specializes in building cultures of collaboration within organizations and training other consultants and trainers how to teach collaborative skills. Fast Company Magazine described Jim Tamm as an “Ace Relationship Builder”. For most of his career he was a Senior Administrative Law Judge for the State of California with jurisdiction over workplace disputes. He is currently on the faculty of the International Management Program of the Stockholm School of Economics, the Management Education Program at NASA, and the Leadership Academy of the University of California. His book, Radical Collaboration, has been on Amazon’s top seller lists for organizational psychology and collaboration books for much of the past nine years.
In this episode of the podcast Jim shares a range of insights into building cultures of collaboration in teams and organizations. Among the topics covered include: the Radical Collaboration approach; 5 skills for effective collaboration (Collaborative Intention, Truthfulness, Self-Accountability, Self-Awareness, Negotiation and Problem-Solving); red zone and green zone modes; the crucial role of defensiveness, stories of hits and misses working with teams and organizations; the factors that lead to culture change and more.
This is a rich episode with a range of practical tips, techniques and resources that will help every team coach take their coaching practice to the next level. It's an episode you will surely not want to miss!