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The Team Coaching Zone Podcast: Coaching | Teams | Leadership

Join Carissa Bub--Host of Season 2 of the Team Coaching Zone Podcast--and today's leaders, entrepreneurs and coaches as we explore the art and science of team coaching in communities and organizations. Discover how team coaching can accelerate team development and performance, can foster the development of leadership cultures, can drive organizational change and more. Tune in for interviews with team coaching experts. Hear stories of "hits and misses" and essential lessons learned from conducting real team coaching engagements. Discover practical tools and resources to support your internal or external team coaching practice. The podcast is for new and experienced coaches, human resources and learning and development professionals, as well as leaders and managers of teams. Enter The Team Coaching Zone today!
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Now displaying: August, 2019
Aug 21, 2019

Listen to this episode at Team Coaching Zone, on iTunes, Spotify, SoundCloud, Google Music Play, or anywhere you listen to podcasts.

This week on the show, Matthias Scheffelmeier, partner at Ashoka Germany joins me Carissa Bub as we talk about the leadership team’s journey on becoming a self-managing organisation, the power of working with a leadership team coach, and his passion for Change Makers Exchange, a growing movement of young social entrepreneurs. Matthias and I discuss:

  • How Matthias at a young age was focused on corporate social responsibility and social entrepreneurship
  • His experiences working at MicroSoft and the need for me that took him to Askhoka
  • The work of Ashoka Germany and how it supports social entrepreneurs today
  • Outer transformation can only come about through inner transformation doing the inner work
  • What it took to transform the organisation and how coaching really helped
  • Lessons learnt in the transition from a more traditional partnership model to a self-managing organisation
  • Using the lessons learnt at Ashoka to build a global community of young social entrepreneurs
  • The huge importance of community in helping young social entrepreneur avoid burnout and stay sane
  • What else Matthias is up to and where you can get in touch

You can reach Matthias on:

ashoka.org (Company Website)

changemakerxchange.com (Company Website)

mscheffelmeier@hotmail.com

Twitter: mscheffelmeier

Aug 7, 2019

Episode #102: Andrew Taggart: The Art of Philosophizing and Teams

Listen to this episode at Team Coaching Zone, on iTunes, on SoundCloud, Google Music Play, on Stitcher Radio, or on Spotify.

This week on the show, Andrew Taggart, Zen Buddhist, practical philosopher and Founder of Askole joins me Carissa Bub (Show Host) as we talk about the future of work, how the art of philosophising can help teams align their work with the pursuit of having a good life, and the differences and similarities between systemic coaching and philosophising. Andrew and I discuss:

  • What took him to becoming a practical philosopher
  • What attracted him to living a contemplative life
  • Why philosophical questions matter today
  • The types of organizations drawn to this work
  • His work with tech teams and entrepreneurs
  • How he goes about running a group session
  • What the art of philosophising and teams sounds like
  • How coaches working with groups might use this art
  • The future of work and how this type of inquiry helps define it

More on Andrew

Andrew Taggart is a Zen Buddhist and a practical philosopher. He asks and seeks to answer the most basic questions of human existence with others around the world. In 2009, he finished a Ph.D., left the academic life, and moved to New York City because he thought the most fundamental question of how to live needed to be brought back into our everyday lives. Each day he speaks via Skype or Zoom with business executives and tech entrepreneurs throughout the US, Canada, and Europe about the nature of a good life. He is also the founder of Askole [pronounced ah-SKO-lay] whose aim is to help technologists examine what, at bottom, they’re taking for granted. His ideas have been discussed in Quartz, The Guardian, Big Think, Wisconsin Public Radio, TEDx, The Washington Post, and elsewhere. He and his wife Alexandra are currently exploring the American Southwest.

 

You can reach Andrew here:

andrewjtaggart.com
askole.com
https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrew-taggart-17157a12/

Aug 7, 2019

Episode #101: A Personal Introduction to Season Two by Carissa Bub. Listen to this episode at Team Coaching Zone, on iTunes, on SoundCloud, Google Music Play, on Stitcher Radio, or on Spotify.

This week on the show you can listen to Carissa, as she introduces herself and the second season of the Team Coaching Zone Podcast. She shares:

  • Her orientation to life
  • Her professional journey thus far
  • What attracted her to want to host the podcast
  • What types of organizations she work with
  • Her vision for this podcast
  • What she would like from you

More on Carissa:

For the past 18 years Carissa has run an international practice coaching senior leaders, C-Suite leadership teams and scale-ups to create value through the power of human connection. She works systemically with real-time business issues and relationship challenges from the boardroom to the factory floor and develops leaders so they expand consciousness, transforming themselves, their teams and organizations to be catalysts for good in the world. Core focus areas include leadership effectiveness, team effectiveness, leadership culture, and stakeholder communications and engagement. Representative clients include global corporates, family businesses, SMEs, international government agencies, NGOs and social enterprise. Carissa has been on faculty training coaches in Organizational & Relationship Systems Coaching for CRRGlobal, Team Performance Coaching for Team Coaching International, and more recently the Team Coaching Zone. She is also on the Global Coaching faculty of BlackRock, and since 2002 has designed and delivered leadership development curriculum programs for several corporate academies through her own consultancy, Bubworks. Bubworks is a boutique leadership development agency specialising in communications and leadership presence which operates as a global hub for seasoned coaches and facilitators. Prior to 2002, Carissa held roles as a news and current affairs television and radio journalist with the BBC and Channel Television, presenting and reporting live from the field and studio on programs such as The World Tonight, Channel Report and World Business Report. Carissa is also accredited as a Co-Active Professional Coach, Master Practitioner in NLP, Performance Coach and has qualifications in Systemic Team Coaching, Oshry’s Power & Systems Organisational Workshop, and numerous leadership and team diagnostic assessments. Her academic qualifications include a Masters in Psychoanalytic Developmental Psychology from UCL, BSc Urban Estate Management from University of Westminster, and a postgraduate diploma in Broadcast Journalism from University of the Arts London.

You can reach Carissa here:

 

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