|Date||28 November 2023|
|Time||13:00-14:00 (Timezone: Europe/London)|
|Price||£35 Incl VAT (FREE to Coaching Centre Members)|
Team coaching is one of the fastest growing areas in the coaching industry and offers huge potential for coaches and organisations keen to leverage the power of aligning teams for greater performance. It has seen rapid growth and professional coaching bodies have responded to this by developing a distinct set of competences for coaching teams. When teams are able to communicate, collaborate and achieve their goals, they can create positive change in their organisations and beyond. Leaders of organisations recognise this and, as a result, there has been a huge surge in demand for team coaching.
Join Georgina Woudstra and Allard De Jong, Directors at Team Coaching Studio, for an exploration of the philosophy and stance that underpins team coaches and the meta skills that you can employ for creating change right now.
Can working with teams be a part of your future direction and growth?
Who should attend?
All coaches or leaders who are curious and excited team coaching.
Georgina Woudstra & Allard de Jong
The first 10 years of Georgina’s career were entrepreneurial, starting, leading and growing diverse businesses. A tech consultancy firm she was building led her to undertake a master’s degree in change management, which is where she first heard about coaching.
Georgina specialises in coaching CEOs and senior leadership teams, but team coaching is her huge passion. She believes that teams need to work together brilliantly for their organisations to thrive – today and in the future. Georgina is a global advocate, leader and shaper in the coaching profession in the field of team coaching and has also published on the topic: Mastering the Art of Team Coaching: A Comprehensive Guide to Unleashing the Power, Purpose and Potential in Any Team (Team Coaching Studios Press, 2021).
Allard de Jong
From day one, Allard’s coaching has focused on leadership development in large organisations. His work with clients centres on one or more aspects of emotional intelligence, rather than on functional skills. Given the volume of recent research proving its effectiveness, he is especially thankful for the opportunity to transfer his coaching skills to clients and see them adopt the coach-approach as part of their leadership toolbox. Thanks to his language skills and cross-cultural background, he has been able to work in five continents, from Asia Pacific to Africa.
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