Training Connective Team Coach
Help teams grow and unleash their strength.
Team work thrives when collaborators feel challenged and supported to give the best of themselves and encourage their team mates to do the same. When they periodically take time to examine how to do better in the next period, together. When they feel safe to experiment.
When they feel safe, period.
We teach you how you can help the team by creating the right environment where people feel safe and connected and can perform well as a team.
Coaching teams is a job requiring professional skills. You know that, as a coach, as a scrum master, as a manager.
The job requires experimentation, learning and improving, all the time. That is what makes it so exciting and interesting.The next challenge is behind the next corner, some new opportunity to sharpen your teeth some more.
The training provides you with an approach and a tool box. You can use and combine these tools to tackle most challenges you will encounter. And use the ideas behind them to experiment.
We do not just give you a toolbox. We train together by performing the exercises in the group. We use the positive coaching on each other. You will not just learn what to do, but you will experience the power of the models and exercises and feel their effect during the training.You exchange experience with other trainees and try to solve some challenges together.
The training will change you view on the organization and on team work. Forever...
The common elements
Motivate the team
Take care of each other's needs. Do not deal with resistance, motivate!
ambivalence and resistance
DISC personality styles: how to use them
change management: the elephant and the rider (Switch)
competence development and T-shape
Develop the team
Learn to see the mechanisms and processes that help a team function better.
solution oriented coaching
work prioritization and value creation
7 levels of delegation and delegation poker
stages in team development (Lencioni and Tuckman)
Engage the team
Learn how to achieve engagement in your team. Vision, the strength of positive thinking, self-organization, all contribute to healthy teams.
know your coachees, from complaining visitor to customer
lean, agile, organization scan (right-shifting model Bob Marshall)
Broaden Build and positive experience
vision the Disney way
system thinking in the organization
the Job Demand/Resource model
the engagement thermometer
How do you become a team coach?
To become team coach, you need to participate in the following training sessions:
Team Leader foundation: Two days
Advanced Team Leader: Two days
Team Coach: Two days
Between the sessions, we expect you to practice what you have learned and to discuss it at the next session. If you enter the team coach program, we will also give you support when you plan to use the material or when you meet unexpected obstacles.
After the six days of training, you can certify to become a Team Coach.