Join Dr. Krister Lowe for this special review and celebration of the first 100 episodes of The Team Coaching Zone Podcast as well as his farewell as the host of the show.
In this episode Krister:
For show notes and more information on team coaching as well as links to all 100 episodes of the show go to: https://www.teamcoachingzone.com/
What are the forces, trends and movements impact the field of team development and team coaching? How can we as team coaches and field of team coaching itself stay fit for purpose? How can we collaborate across our diverse approaches to address the fundamental challenges of our time?
Tune in to this installment of the Team Coaching Zone podcast to explore these and other compelling questions. Join show host Dr. Krister Lowe and a panel of distinguished guests--Dr. Peter Hawkins, Dr. Ruth Wageman & Gabe Abella--for a dynamic round table discussion.
Themes explored in this episode include:
This is an episode that team coaches will surely not want to miss! Listen today and let Peter, Ruth & Gabe help you take your team coaching practice to the next level! For show notes and more information go to: www.TeamCoachingZone.com
What are the challenges and opportunities coaching purpose-driven teams vs. profit-driven teams? How do we develop team leaders and teams working in hierarchical organizational settings? How do we balance the structural, relational and emergent needs and dynamics in teams?
Tune in to this installment of the Team Coaching Zone Podcast where host Dr. Krister Lowe explores these compelling questions with special guest Jason Ighani. Jason Ighani is an accomplished team development specialist who brings over 15 years of (global experience) to KITE. He has worked extensively within the United Nations system in the areas of leadership development and performance management; specializing in assessing, launching and coaching leadership teams in both emergency and development contexts. Jason’s clients include a wide range of agencies and NGOs including UNICEF, UNFPA, UNOPS, UNHCR and the UN Secretariat. Jason is also the founder of The Humanitarian Coaching Network, an organization that enlists coaches worldwide to help humanitarian and development organizations support the engagement and wellbeing of their staff and accelerate organizational change. Jason often works with an organization's most senior leadership, and has a strong reputation for combining empathy with a candid, supportive, direct approach to helping teams become more responsive, aware and agile.
Some themes explored in this episode include:
This is an episode full of value bombs that all team coaches will surely not want to miss! Start listening today and let Jason Ighani help you take your team coaching practice to the next level! For show notes and more information on team coaching go to: https://www.teamcoachingzone.com