Is the goal of team coaching just about developing better performing teams? Can team coaching also help create better leaders in organizations and the world? How can team coaches balance the roles of coach, facilitator, trainer and consultant in team coaching? Tune in to this week's episode of the Team Coaching Zone Podcast where host Dr. Krister Lowe interviews Serhan Kuseyrioğlu--a Founder and Managing Partner at Elemental V based in Istanbul Turkey--to reveal the answer to these and other important questions.
In the episode Serhan shares her compelling story from studying dentistry to becoming a corporate executive in the pharmaceutical industry to discovering coaching and then to founding Elemental V. Themes explored in the episode include: -
Serhan's approach to creating Dream Teams
-Using team assessments in team coaching
-Frequency of team coaching sessions
-Embedding skills training in team coaching
-Team coaching as a vehicle for leadership development
-Pitching team coaching engagements to clients
-A story of coaching a challenging team to becoming a Dream Team
Serhan models in an effortless way how coaching helps us to live more consciously and boldly. And she demonstrates how it also has the power to transform both our individual lives and businesses. This is an episode that all team coaches will surely not want to miss!
What can sailing on a tall ship teach us about increasing our leadership agility and building high performing teams? How can we as coaches and team coaches challenge both ourselves as well as our clients to bring more wholeness and purpose into modern organizations? Would reconnecting more closely with nature reinvigorate individual, team and organizational learning and performance and take us to new levels? Tune in to this week's episode of The Team Coaching Zone Podcast to explore these and other compelling questions.
In this episode, host Dr. Krister Lowe is joined by two colleagues and friends Eric Kohner--a master coach, a senior faculty member at the Coaches Training Institute and a pioneer in coach training and leadership development--and Pim Harder--an individual, team and systems coach who has been a pioneer in bringing coaching to the education and law enforcement sectors in the Netherlands.
On the show Eric, Pim and Krister share stories, insights and lessons learned from The Nautilus Experience--a recent leadership and team coach training program that they facilitated on the Wylde Swan tall ship as part of the England to Portugal leg of the 2017 Transatlantic Tall Ships Race and Regatta. Themes explored in the episode include: 1) Eric, Pim and Krister's 1-year journey in becoming a team and conceiving and delivering The Nautilus Program; 2) challenging the leadership and team coaching industry to engage the full human being through the 5 Knowledge Center framework including the Head (Reason), Heart (Emotion), Gut (Intuition), Groin (Passion), and Hands (Action); 3) the role of Nature as a 6th and unifying Knowledge Center; 3) stories of delivering the program on the Wylde Swan tall ship over the course of 2 weeks; 4) the story of how the program became called "The Nautilus Experience"; 5) insights about going through the stages of Forming-Storming-Norming-Performing as both a facilitation team as well as a learning community; and more. The Guys share more about the future of The Nautilus Experience as well as resources where listeners can learn more: www.TeamCoachingZone.com/Nautilus
Tune in and get inspired to take your team coaching practice to the next level!
Will artificial intelligence and other disruptive technologies render coaches irrelevant? How can coaches embrace and integrate technology into their coaching practices rather than be freaked out or misguided by it? Tune in to this week's episode of The Team Coaching Zone podcast where host Dr. Krister Lowe interviews special guest Dr. Jonathan Kirschner--Founder and CEO of AIIR Consulting--to answer these and other important questions.
Dr. Jonathan Kirschner is Founder and CEO of AIIR Consulting, a Member of the AIIR Global Coaching Alliance, an Executive Coach and a Business Psychologist. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology and Religion from New York University and a Doctoral Degree in Clinical Psychology from Widener University. Jonathan leads a team of professionals at AIIR Consulting dedicated to helping clients achieve sustainable change through the AIIR Method--a place where business and psychology meet. In this episode of the podcast Dr. Kirschner shares his compelling journey to founding AIIR Consulting; AIIR's 4 stage method for driving sustainable change; how AIIR differentiates and scales coaching using technology; The Coaching Zone, Enterprise Coaching Manager and Team Zone platforms; AIIR's approach to Team Effectiveness; the essential dimensions of Team Culture and Team Productivity; AIIR's modular approach to team intervention and coaching; as well as stories coaching both client teams as well as teams within AIIR itself.
This is a rich episode that provides listeners with a range of useful tips and tools as well as a compelling vision for how coaches can remain relevant in an increasingly technology-augmented world. Dive into The Team Coaching Zone today and let Dr. Kirschner help you take your team coaching practice to the next level!