Team Coaching by David Clutterbuck
EMCC Practitioner Level
02-03-04 April & 10-11-12 November 2022, Bucharest, Romania
Who is the course for?
- Business Leaders, Line Managers, Team leaders
- HR Leaders and Professionals who want to help deliver a programme to support team coaching
- Professional Coaches
Any of the following qualifies you for the course:
- Completion of Team Coaching Foundation level or equivalent.
- Practising 1-2-1 coach, mentor or leader with at least 18 months experience working with / developing / leading a team.
- This is a practitioner level course for people with experience of one-to-one coaching and teams already and not for absolute beginners.
Completed over 9-12 months, approx. 152 hours in total (36 hours: workshop, 40 hours: reading, 60 hours: reflection, skills practice with your teams and the 16 hours: assignment).
This is an immersive & experiential program requiring a full and active engagement.
Modules & Learning Outcomes:
Module 1: A deeper dive into complex adaptive systems
- a review of the PERILL model and the competencies of a team coach
- a practical framework for designing and implementing a successful team coaching assignment
- a role play that continues through the modules, covering every step of the team coaching process.
- How to identify systems and patterns of team dynamics
- How to plan and schedule a team coaching assignment
- How to get started – the Discovery process
Module 2: Scoping the assignment and beginning the team coaching sessions
- the step-by-step review of the team coaching assignment.
- a range of tools and techniques for each element
- it continues the role play to provide an intensive and immersive experience of the reality of working with the team in the moment.
- Key do’s and don’ts in scoping a team coaching opportunity
- How to distinguish between team coaching and other interventions, such as team building and team facilitation
- How to structure the Discovery phase
- How to use PERILL and other diagnostics in the Discovery phase
- How to apply linear, systemic and complex, adaptive systemic thinking to a team
- How to contract for good outcomes
Module 3: Process skills development
This module takes the team coaching assignment through the remaining stages of the team coaching process.
It emphasises the skills required to maintain a safe team learning space, helping the team understand its own systems and interpersonal dynamics. It addresses the complexity of working in a team coaching pair and provides a framework for containing the team coaching conversation.
It provides an extensive tool kit, along with multiple opportunities to practise. It concludes with a role play for making a pitch for a team coaching assignment.
- How to deepen trust and psychological safety
- How to work with team narratives
- How to establish team norms
- How to build strong relationships within the team and with internal and external stakeholders
- How to evaluate the outcomes of team coaching
- How to design and deliver a strong pitch for team coaching.
Assessment & Assignments
- End of program assignment is an online form with a series of reflective questions – 2,500 words in total.
- You’ll need experience of working with two teams or more and around 4 sessions with each team in order to complete the assignment (we will provide some guidance to help find teams).
Candidates who successfully complete the program and assignment will receive a certificate of accreditation from CCMI which you can use to claim 152 hours of CPD.
- Upon graduation, Noosfera & CCMI will automatically recommend you to the EMCC for the Team Coaching Practitioner ITCA (Individual Team Coach award)
- As an EQA Training Provider, we will also recommend you for a European Individual Accreditation EIA (an individual Coach / Mentor level award at Practitioner level).
- One year EMCC Romania membership fee included (€150).
Whilst the ICF has published its Team Coaching Competencies and conducted a pilot programme (early 2022) it has not yet accredited any training programs. Until this has been established, all graduates will receive a certificate with 36.5 Core Competency (CC) and 3.5 Resource Development (RD) units to support your ICF submission.